Electoral district of Jordan

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Jordan
QueenslandLegislative Assembly
Map of electoral district of Jordan, 2017.pdf
Map of Jordan, 2017
StateQueensland
Dates current2017–present
MPCharis Mullen
PartyLabor Party
NamesakeVi Jordan
Electors32,573 (2017)
Area287 km2 (110.8 sq mi)
Coordinates27°44′49″S 152°55′20″E / 27.7470°S 152.9221°E / -27.7470; 152.9221Coordinates: 27°44′49″S 152°55′20″E / 27.7470°S 152.9221°E / -27.7470; 152.9221
Electorates around Jordan:
Bundamba Inala Algester
Ipswich Jordan Logan
Scenic Rim Scenic Rim Logan

Jordan is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Queensland. It was created in the 2017 redistribution. It was named after politician Vi Jordan, second female Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly.[1]

Based on the area between Ipswich and Logan, Jordan consists of the suburbs of Gailes, Carole Park, Camira, Brookwater, Augustine Heights, Springfield, Greenbank, New Beith, Lyons and Undullah.[1]

From results of the 2015 election, Jordan was estimated to be a safe seat for the Labor Party with a margin of 13.5%.[2]

Members for Jordan[edit]

Member Party Term
  Charis Mullen Labor 2017–present

Election results[edit]

Queensland state election, 2017: Jordan[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Charis Mullen 11,026 39.6 −12.8
One Nation Michael Pucci 5,255 18.9 +15.8
Liberal National Duncan Murray 4,012 14.4 −17.3
Independent Phil Cutcliffe 2,682 9.6 +9.6
Independent Steve Hodgson 2,293 8.2 +8.2
Greens Steven Purcell 2,068 7.4 −0.6
Consumer Rights Peter Ervik 489 1.8 +1.8
Total formal votes 27,825 93.7 −4.0
Informal votes 1,858 6.3 +4.0
Turnout 29,683 89.0 +2.4
Two-candidate-preferred result
Labor Charis Mullen 16,669 59.9 −3.6
One Nation Michael Pucci 11,156 40.1 +40.1
Labor hold Swing −3.6

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Queensland Redistribution Commission (26 May 2017). "Determination of Queensland's Legislative Assembly Electoral Districts" (PDF). Queensland Government Gazette. p. 183. Archived (PDF) from the original on 29 October 2017. Retrieved 29 October 2017.
  2. ^ Green, Antony. "2017 Queensland Redistribution". ABC Elections. Archived from the original on 5 November 2017. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  3. ^ 2017 State General Election - Jordan - District Summary, ECQ.