Electoral district of Cootamundra
New South Wales—Legislative Assembly
Location in New South Wales
|State||New South Wales|
|Area||24,711.35 km2 (9,541.1 sq mi)|
Cootamundra is a regional electorate encompassing several local government areas. Namely, Bland Shire, Narrandera Shire, Coolamon Shire, Temora Shire, Junee Shire, Weddin Shire, Cowra Shire, Young Shire, Cootamundra Shire, Harden Shire and Gundagai Shire.
Cootamundra first existed as an electorate from 1904 to 1941.
The district elected one member between 1904 and 1920 and between 1927 and 1941. In 1920, it absorbed Burrangong and Yass and elected three members under proportional representation. In 1927, Young and Temora, were separated from it and Cootamundra reverted to being a single member electorate.
Members for Cootamundra
|Three members (1920–1927)|
|Hugh Main||Progressive||1920–1925||Peter Loughlin||Labor||1920–1926||Greg McGirr||Labor||1920–1922|
|New South Wales state election, 2015: Cootamundra|
|No Land Tax||Elio Cacciotti||1,118||2.4||+2.4|
|Christian Democrats||Philip Langfield||1,072||2.3||−0.9|
|Total formal votes||47,165||97.3||+0.1|
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