Electoral district of Mornington
Location of Mornington (dark green) in Victoria
|Dates current||1859–1967, 1985–present|
|Area||155 km2 (59.8 sq mi)|
|Demographic||Outer metropolitan and rural fringe|
The electoral district of Mornington is an electoral district of the Victorian Legislative Assembly. The electorate can be described as outer metropolitan and rural, including animal farming, grape production and wineries. The district is 155 square kilometres in area.
It was first created in 1859 when the Electoral district of Evelyn and Mornington was abolished and split in two. The district of Mornington initially included the entire Mornington Peninsula, Phillip Island and French Island.
Members for Mornington
|First incarnation (1859–1967)|
|Henry Samuel Chapman||Unaligned||1861–1862|
|Sir James McCulloch||Unaligned||1862–1872|
|Alfred Kirton||United Australia||1932–1947|
|Second incarnation (1985–present)|
|Animal Justice||Tyson Jack||2,208||5.33||+5.33|
|Total formal votes||41,435||95.47||−0.49|
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- "Electorate profile: Mornington District". Victorian Electoral Commission. Retrieved 5 December 2014.
- "An Act to alter the Electoral Districts of Victoria and to increase the number of Members of the Legislative Assembly thereof" (PDF). Australasian Legal Information Institute. 1858. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- "Mornington results". Victoria Votes. Retrieved 12 February 2015.
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- State Election 2018: Mornington District, VEC.