Results of the Victorian state election, 2010 (Legislative Council)

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Victorian state election, 27 November 2010[1]
Legislative Council
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Enrolled voters 3,582,232
Votes cast 3,328,861 Turnout 92.93 +0.20
Informal votes 112,475 Informal 3.37 -0.91
Summary of votes by party
Party Primary votes  % Swing Seats Change
  Labor 1,137,461 35.36 -6.09 16 –3
  Liberal (metropolitan) 792,702 24.65 +3.35 12 +3
  Liberal/National 595,330 18.51 +0.83    
    Liberal (country) 6 ± 0
    National 3 +1
  Greens 386,172 12.01 +1.43 3 ±0
  Family First 91,982 2.86 -0.99 0 ±0
  Democratic Labor 75,080 2.33 +0.36 0 -1
  Sex Party 61,542 1.91 +1.91 0 ± 0
  Country Alliance 53,149 1.65 +1.20 0 ± 0
  Christian Democrats 12,322 0.38 +0.18 0 ± 0
  Other 10,646 0.33 0 ± 0
Total 3,216,386     40  

This is a list of Legislative Council results for the Victorian 2010 state election.

Results by region[edit]

Upper house seat outcome of the 2010 Victorian state election

Eastern Metropolitan[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: Eastern Metropolitan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 64,936
Liberal 1. Richard Dalla-Riva (elected 1)
2. Bruce Atkinson (elected 3)
3. Jan Kronberg (elected 4)
4. Grace Tse
5. Miriam Rawson
201,337 51.7 +6.9
Labor 1. Shaun Leane (elected 2)
2. Brian Tee (elected 5)
3. Anne Paul
4. Hayley Clarke
5. Paul Vout
118,679 30.5 -5.5
Greens 1. Damian Magner
2. Linda Laos
3. David Howell
4. Nell Potter
5. Howard Tankey
44,621 11.5 +1.0
Family First 1. Peter Lake
2. Gillian Schwab
3. Phil Goodman
4. Yuli Goh
12,153 3.1 -1.3
Democratic Labor 1. Pat La Manna
2. Stefan Kos
3. Beverley Price
4. Simon Costa
5. Gregory Byrne
10,161 2.6 +1.0
Group G 1. Elizabeth Hartmann
2. Leane Leggo
1,581 0.4 +0.4
Group C 1. Anthony Osborne
2. Laurinda Osborne
1,079 0.3 +0.3
Total formal votes 389,611 97.1 +0.2
Informal votes 11,465 2.9 -0.2
Turnout 401,076 94.1 +0.1

Eastern Victoria[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: Eastern Victoria
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 69,410
Liberal/National Coalition 1. Philip Davis (elected 1)
2. Peter Hall (elected 3)
3. Edward O'Donohue (elected 4)
4. Rosemary Hopgood
5. Jo Crawford-Wynd
219,990 52.8 +5.0
Labor 1. Matt Viney (elected 2)
2. Johan Scheffer (elected 5)
3. Maida Anderson
4. Hedley Moffat
5. Ben Maxfield
118,141 28.4 -6.5
Greens 1. Samantha Dunn
2. Cheryl Wragg
3. Penelope Swales
4. Francine Buckley
5. Andrea Millsom
43,425 10.4 +1.2
Family First 1. Linden Stokes
2. Terry Aechlimann
13,626 3.3 -1.2
Country Alliance 1. Andrew Jones
2. Euan Murphy
13,032 3.1 +3.1
Democratic Labor 1. Walter Ius
2. Robyn Wyatt
8,243 2.0 +0.8
Total formal votes 416,457 97.1 +0.3
Informal votes 12,295 2.9 -0.3
Turnout 428,752 93.9 +0.1

Northern Metropolitan[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: Northern Metropolitan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 65,673
Labor 1. Jenny Mikakos (elected 1)
2. Nazih Elasmar (elected 4)
3. Nathan Murphy
4. Rhiannon Platt
5. Peter Smythe
165,259 41.9 -7.1
Liberal 1. Matthew Guy (elected 2)
2. Craig Ondarchie (elected 5)
3. Sam Granleese
4. Daniel Parsons
5. Jemma Townson
106,905 27.1 +3.9
Greens 1. Greg Barber (elected 3)
2. Alexandra Bhathal
3. Fraser Brindley
4. Samantha Ratnam
5. Alister Air
75,648 19.2 +2.1
Sex Party 1. Fiona Patten
2. Douglas Leitch
14,290 3.6 +3.6
Democratic Labor 1. John Kavanagh
2. Monica Thatcher
3. Bridget Cashin
4. Angela Anderson
5. Michael Travers
10,655 2.7 -2.5
Family First 1. Andrew Conlon
2. Peter Kerin
3. Rod Dawson
9,132 2.3 -0.5
Group C 1. Stephen Mayne
2. Paula Piccinini
3,862 1.0 +1.0
Christian Democrats 1. Vickie Janson
2. Saleem Arthur
3,533 0.9 +0.9
Group A 1. Joanne Stuart
2. April Lee
2,331 0.6 +0.6
Country Alliance 1. Kevin Archibald
2. Chris Morris
2,072 0.5 +0.5
Independent Adrian Whitehead 348 0.1 +0.1
Total formal votes 394,035 95.3 +1.0
Informal votes 19,235 4.7 -1.0
Turnout 413,270 91.4 +0.3

Northern Victoria[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: Northern Victoria
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 64,946
Liberal/National Coalition 1. Wendy Lovell (elected 1)
2. Damian Drum (elected 3)
3. Donna Petrovich (elected 5)
4. Reid Mather
5. Martin Ireland
190,894 49.0 -1.3
Labor 1. Candy Broad (elected 2)
2. Kaye Darveniza (elected 4)
3. Jamie Byron
4. Shaun Rosaia
5. Anthony Sheridan
105,765 27.1 -3.0
Greens 1. David Jones
2. Helen Robinson
3. Hans Paas
4. Kate Toll
5. Ben Robertson
31,199 8.0 +0.7
Country Alliance 1. Steven Threlfall
2. Frank Gaylard
26,646 6.8 +4.7
Sex Party 1. Tristram Chellew
2. Justine Arfaras
14,880 3.8 +3.8
Family First 1. Laurie Wintle
2. Neville Hunter
11,444 2.9 -0.8
Democratic Labor 1. Mark Royal
2. John Carty
6,292 1.6 -0.5
Christian Democrats 1. Ewan McDonald
2. Steve Flanagan
2,553 0.7 +0.2
Total formal votes 389,673 97.2 +1.3
Informal votes 11,220 2.8 -1.3
Turnout 400,893 93.4 +0.1

South Eastern Metropolitan[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: South Eastern Metropolitan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 66,157
Labor 1. Gavin Jennings (elected 1)
2. Adem Somyurek (elected 3)
3. Lee Tarlamis (elected 5)
4. Kelly Liu
5. Janet Kaylock
172,306 43.4 -6.4
Liberal 1. Gordon Rich-Phillips (elected 2)
2. Inga Peulich (elected 4)
3. Gladys Liu
4. Ashton Ashokkumar
5. Tim Cincotta
162,517 40.9 +7.2
Greens 1. Colin Long
2. Dee-Ann Kelly
3. Chris Carman
4. Linda McIver
5. Daniela Tymms
34,754 8.8 +1.6
Family First 1. Felicity Hemmersbach
2. Jadah Pleiter
12,560 3.2 -2.1
Democratic Labor 1. Geraldine Gonsalvez
2. Catherine Dodd
3. Agnieszka Chlipala
4. Genevieve Cattell
5. Helen O'Loghlen
10,202 2.6 +1.7
Christian Democrats 1. Vivian Hill
2. Wolf Voigt
4,510 1.1 +0.4
Total formal votes 396,939 96.4 +1.6
Informal votes 14,758 3.6 -1.6
Turnout 411,697 92.7 -0.7

Southern Metropolitan[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: Southern Metropolitan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 63,562
Liberal 1. David Davis (elected 1)
2. Andrea Coote (elected 3)
3. Georgie Crozier (elected 4)
4. Jane Hume
5. Adam Held
196,676 51.6 +5.4
Labor 1. John Lenders (elected 2)
2. Jennifer Huppert
3. Zoe Edwards
4. Pablo Salina
5. Michael Suss
96,404 25.3 -5.9
Greens 1. Sue Pennicuik (elected 5)
2. Neil Pilling
3. Clare Pilcher
4. Bruce McPhate
5. Des Benson
62,285 16.3 +0.6
Sex Party 1. Ken Hill
2. Danyel Payne
12,364 3.2 +3.2
Democratic Labor 1. Michael Murphy
2. Brendan Prendergast
6,849 1.8 +0.6
Family First 1. Ashley Trüter
2. Joyce Khoo
3,620 0.9 -1.3
Christian Democrats 1. Mansel Rogerson
2. Ray Levick
1,726 0.5 +0.5
Group E 1. Vern Hughes
2. Suzette Gallagher
1,229 0.3 +0.3
Independent Mike Cockburn 216 0.1 +0.1
Total formal votes 381,369 97.4 +0.5
Informal votes 10,071 2.6 -0.5
Turnout 391,440 91.7 +1.5

Western Metropolitan[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: Western Metropolitan
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 70,452
Labor 1. Martin Pakula (elected 1)
2. Khalil Eideh (elected 3)
3. Bob Smith
4. Llewellyn Rees
5. Claudine Spinner
198,100 46.9 -11.8
Liberal 1. Bernie Finn (elected 2)
2. Andrew Elsbury (elected 4)
3. Victoria Fairbairn
4. Jeremy Barth
5. William Kenny
125,267 29.6 +5.1
Greens 1. Colleen Hartland (elected 5)
2. Robert Humphreys
3. Liz Ingham
4. Simon Crawford
5. Owen Gale
50,715 12.0 +2.6
Sex Party 1. Joël Murray
2. Merinda Davis
20,008 4.7 +4.7
Family First 1. Daniel Mumby
2. Lisa Garay
15,282 3.6 -0.4
Democratic Labor 1. Mark Farrell
2. Stephanie Mazzarella
3. Georga Byrne
4. Samuel Notaro
5. Marguerita Kavanagh
13,336 3.2 +2.1
Total formal votes 422,708 95.4 +1.7
Informal votes 20,549 4.6 -1.7
Turnout 443,257 92.3 -0.2

Western Victoria[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: Western Victoria
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Quota 70,933
Liberal/National Coalition 1. David Koch (elected 1)
2. Simon Ramsay (elected 3)
3. David O'Brien (elected 5)
4. Melanie Dow
5. Ruby Cameron
184,446 43.3 +2.5
Labor 1. Jaala Pulford (elected 2)
2. Gayle Tierney (elected 4)
3. Richard Morrow
4. Geoff Dawson
5. Paul Romas
162,807 38.3 -3.7
Greens 1. Marcus Ward
2. Judy Cameron
3. Jamal Blakkarly
4. Susan Perron
5. Jean Christie
43,525 10.2 +1.6
Family First 1. Joshua Reimer
2. Graeme Presser
3. Trevor Pearce
4. Jahzeel Concepcion
5. Jim Rainey
14,165 3.3 -0.6
Country Alliance 1. Miles Hodge
2. Ron Heath
11,399 2.7 +1.8
Democratic Labor 1. Peter Kavanagh
2. Steve Campbell
3. Jane Byrne
4. Maria Mazzarella
5. Max Crockett
9,252 2.2 -0.5
Total formal votes 425,594 97.1 +0.7
Informal votes 12,882 2.9 -0.7
Turnout 438,476 94.0 +0.5

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "State Election 2010 Results Summary". Victorian Electoral Commission.