Candidates of the New South Wales state election, 1944

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This is a list of candidates of the 1944 New South Wales state election. The election was held on 27 May 1944.

Retiring Members[edit]

Democratic[edit]

Country[edit]

Legislative Assembly[edit]

Sitting members are shown in bold text. Successful candidates are highlighted in the relevant colour. Where there is possible confusion, an asterisk (*) is also used.

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Other candidates
 
Albury Democratic John King Alexander Mair (Dem)
Annandale Labor Bob Gorman Arthur Hagen (Ind)
Ross Pryor (LL)
Armidale Country Herbert Oxford David Drummond (CP)
Ashburnham Labor Edgar Dring Charles McCarron (CP)
Ashfield Democratic William Bodkin Athol Richardson (Dem)
Auburn Labor Patrick Mooney Jack Lang (LL)
Balmain Labor Mary Quirk Malinda Ivey (Dem) Stan Moran (CPA)
Bankstown Labor James McGirr Stephen Roberts (LL)
Barwon Labor Roy Heferen Ben Wade (Ind)
Bathurst Labor Gus Kelly Archibald Gardiner (CP)
Blacktown Labor Frank Hill Francis Izon (Dem) William Morgan (LL)
Lucy Steel (LL)
Ray Watson (Ind)
Bondi Labor Abe Landa Frank Browne (Dem) Leslie Hallett (LL)
Alfred Rosen (NOLP)
Allan Stewart (LDP)
Botany Labor Bob Heffron
Bulli Labor John Sweeney Lawrence Baines (Ind Lab)
John Martin (CPA)
Maurice Twomey (Ind Lab)
Burwood Democratic Cliff Mallam Gordon Jackett (Dem) Stanley Coulton (CPA)
Keith Sutherland (LDP)
Byron Country Arthur Dodd Alick Buckley (CP)
Stanley Stephens* (CP)
Frederick Stuart (CP)
John Regan (Ind Lab)
Canterbury Labor Arthur Tonge Claude Allen (LL)
Casino Country Denis Holmes John Reid (CP)
Castlereagh Labor Jack Renshaw Alfred Yeo (CP)
Cessnock Labor Jack Baddeley
Clarence Country Cecil Wingfield (CP)
Cobar Labor Mat Davidson William Burgess (LL)
Concord Labor Bill Carlton Roland Murray (Dem) Brice Mutton (LDP)
Gustav Truer (LL)
Coogee Labor Lou Cunningham John Rubie (Dem)
Cook's River Labor Joseph Cahill
Corowa Independent Thomas McGrath Ebenezer Kendell (CP) Christopher Lethbridge (Ind)
Croydon Democratic David Hunter (Dem) David Knox (Ind)
Drummoyne Labor Robert Greig Russell Newton (Dem) William Adkins (LDP)
George Drummond (LL)
Dubbo Labor Clarrie Robertson Leslie Clark (CP)
Ernest Hoy (CP)
Dulwich Hill Labor George Weir Sidney Turner (Dem) John Laxton (Ind)
Henry Ritchie (LL)
Georges River Labor Arthur Williams Hedley Mallard (Dem)
Gloucester Independent Charles Bennett (CP)
Harold Young (Dem)
Ray Fitzgerald (Ind)
Gordon Democratic Harry Turner (Dem) Kenneth Lorimer (LDP)
Goulburn Labor Jack Tully
Granville Labor Bill Lamb Wilfred O'Neill (LL)
Hamilton Labor Joshua Arthur William Campbell (LL)
Hartley Labor Hamilton Knight
Hawkesbury Labor Frank Finnan George Ardill (Dem)
Ernest Batchelor (CP)
Hornsby Ind Democrat Howard Beale (Dem) James Mahony (LL)
Sydney Storey* (Ind Dem)
Hurstville Labor Clive Evatt Percy Macpherson (Dem)
Illawarra Labor Howard Fowles John Hedge (Dem)
Edward Spensley (CP)
Ronald Sarina (Ind)
King Labor Daniel Clyne Horace Foley (LL)
Kogarah Labor William Currey Robert Henderson (Dem) Thomas Claydon (LDP)
Kurri Kurri Labor George Booth
Lachlan Country John Chanter Joseph Sligar (Ind Lab)
Lakemba Labor Fred Stanley William Crook (Dem) Henry Mulcahy (LL)
Adam Ogston (CPA)
Lane Cove Democratic Henry Woodward John Cramer (Dem) George Holloway (Ind)
Norman Thomas (LDP)
Leichhardt Labor Claude Matthews Francis Edgcumbe (Ind Lab)
Charles Shields (Ind Lab)
Lismore Country William Frith (CP) Warren Oakes (LL)
Liverpool Plains Labor Roger Nott James Scott (CP)
Maitland Democratic William Lindsay Walter Howarth (Dem)
Manly Democratic James Dunn Stephen Stack (Dem) Alfred Reid* (Ind Dem)
Eric White (LDP)
Marrickville Labor Carlo Lazzarini
Monaro Labor John Seiffert
Mosman Independent Frank Pursell (Dem) Donald Macdonald* (Ind)
William Mason (LDP)
Mudgee Labor Bill Dunn Frederick Cooke (Ind)
Kevin Nott (Ind)
Murray Country James Flood Joe Lawson (CP)
Murrumbidgee Ind Labor George Enticknap Alan Malcolm (CP)
Namoi Labor Raymond Hamilton Lancelot Thomas (CP)
Nepean Ind Democrat John Jackson Allan Taylor (Dem) Joseph Jackson (Ind Dem)
Neutral Bay Democratic George Manuel Reginald Weaver (Dem) James Rolle (LDP)
Newcastle Labor Frank Hawkins Thomas Malone (LL)
Newtown Labor Frank Burke Lilian Fowler (LL)
North Sydney Labor James Geraghty William Harding (Dem) Ainslie Beecraft (LL)
Ebenezer Minnis (LDP)
Orange Labor Bob O'Halloran John Caldwell (CP)
Oxley Independent Edward Baxter (Ind Lab)
Les Jordan* (Ind CP)
Samuel Martin (Ind CP)
Timothy McCristal (ALM)
George Mitchell (Ind)
Charles Ryan (Ind CP)
Paddington Labor Maurice O'Sullivan
Parramatta Democratic Arthur Treble George Gollan (Dem) William Long (Ind)
Phillip Labor Tom Shannon Les Dorney (LL)
Raleigh Country Norman Long Roy Vincent (CP)
Randwick Labor William Gollan Bertram Butcher (Dem) Arnold Barker (LDP)
Redfern Labor William McKell Patrick Tyrrell (LL)
Rockdale Labor John McGrath Henry Miller (Dem) Enoch Jones (LDP)
Thomas Whitehouse (Ind)
Ryde Ind Democrat Joseph Griffiths Leslie Billington (Dem) Frederick Burke (LL)
Ernest Mead (LDP)
Howard Miscamble (Ind)
James Shand* (Ind Dem)
South Coast Independent Charles Woodhill (Dem) Jack Beale* (Ind)
Percy Treasure (Ind Dem)
Herb Turner (Ind Lab)
Sturt Labor Ted Horsington
Tamworth Independent Bill Chaffey (Ind)
Temora Country Laurie Tully Doug Dickson (CP) James King (Ind Lab)
Tenterfield Country Michael Bruxner (CP) Edward Ogilvie (Ind)
Upper Hunter Country Walter Geraghty D'Arcy Rose (CP)
Vaucluse Democratic Murray Robson (Dem)
Wagga Wagga Labor Eddie Graham John McInnes (CP)
Waratah Labor Robert Cameron Stan Deacon (CPA)
Leonard Sweeney (LL)
Waverley Labor Clarrie Martin
Willoughby Democratic Leo Haylen George Brain (Dem) Harrold Woodman (LDP)
Wollondilly Democratic Jeff Bate (Dem) Patrick Kenna (Ind Lab)
Gerald Wylie (LDP)
Wollongong-Kembla Labor Billy Davies
Woollahra Democratic Vernon Treatt (Dem) Reg Bartley (Ind)
Norman Jackson (Ind Lab)
Yass Labor Bill Sheahan
Young Labor Fred Cahill Valentine Bragg (CP)

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