Electoral district of Narre Warren North

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Narre Warren North
VictoriaLegislative Assembly
VIC Narre Warren North District 2014.png
Location of Narre Warren North (dark green) in Greater Melbourne
State Victoria
Created 2002
MP Luke Donnellan
Party Labor Party
Electors 43,281 (2014)
Area 57 km2 (22.0 sq mi)
Demographic Metropolitan

The Electoral district of Narre Warren North is an electorate of the Victorian Legislative Assembly and includes the suburbs of Hallam, Narre Warren, Narre Warren North and parts of Berwick, Endeavour Hills and Harkaway.

Narre Warren North was created as a seat with a notional Liberal majority in an electoral redistribution before the November 2002 state election. In the Labor landslide of that election, new Labor candidate Luke Donnellan overcame the notional majority to defeat Liberal MLC Maree Luckins, who had been attempting to switch to the Legislative Assembly. He was subsequently re-elected in 2006 and 2010, and again in 2014 after the 2013 redistribution slightly increased his majority.[1] In December 2014, Donnellan was appointed Minister for Roads and Road Safety and Minister for Ports in the new Andrews Ministry after Labor's victory at the 2014 election.[2]

Members for Narre Warren North[edit]

Member Party Term
  Luke Donnellan Labor 2002–present

Election results[edit]

Victorian state election, 2014: Narre Warren North[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Luke Donnellan 17,421 46.6 +2.3
Liberal Amanda Stapledon 14,849 39.7 +0.1
Greens Karen Jones 2,114 5.7 −1.3
Christians Mery Mekhail 1,012 2.7 +2.7
Rise Up Australia Robert George White 902 2.4 +2.4
Independent Wasim Qureshi 550 1.5 +1.5
Democratic Labour Chris Blackburn 527 1.4 −1.3
Total formal votes 37,375 93.3 −0.4
Informal votes 2,706 6.8 +0.4
Turnout 40,081 92.6 −0.3
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Luke Donnellan 20,392 54.6 −0.2
Liberal Amanda Stapledon 16,981 45.4 +0.2
Labor hold Swing −0.2


  1. ^ "Narre Warren North". 2014 Victorian Election: Victoria Votes. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "Daniel Andrews sworn in as Victorian Premier, unveils ministerial portfolios". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 4 December 2014. Retrieved 5 December 2014. 
  3. ^ State Election 2014: Narre Warren North District, VEC.

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