Electoral district of Scoresby

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Scoresby
VictoriaLegislative Assembly
State Victoria
Dates current 1945–1976, 2002–2014
Electors 39,121 (2010)
Area 45 km2 (17.4 sq mi)
Demographic Metropolitan

The Electoral district of Scoresby was an electoral district of the Victorian Legislative Assembly. It was first created after the district of Upper Yarra was abolished in 1945. George Knox was the last member for Upper Yarra and the first for Scoresby.[1] The electorate was abolished after a redistribution in 1976, being replaced by the district of Wantirna. Geoff Hayes then became the first member for Wantirna. After the 2002 redistribution, the electorate was replaced, once again returning as the Electoral district of Scoresby. The first member for Scoresby, Kim Wells, was also the last member for Wantirna. The seat was again abolished in 2014 and replaced by Rowville.

Members for Scoresby[edit]

First incarnation (1945–1976)
Member Party Term
  Sir George Knox Liberal 1945–1960
  Bill Borthwick Liberal 1960–1967
  Geoff Hayes Liberal 1967–1976
Second incarnation (2002–2014)
Member Party Term
  Kim Wells Liberal 2002–2014

Election results[edit]

Victorian state election, 2010: Scoresby
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Kim Wells 20,745 59.05 +5.93
Labor Garry Nightingale 10,388 29.57 -2.82
Greens Salore Craig 2,821 8.03 +1.52
Family First Rachel Hanna 1,178 3.35 -3.42
Total formal votes 35,132 95.57 -0.36
Informal votes 1,627 4.43 +0.36
Turnout 36,759 93.96 -0.16
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Kim Wells 22,259 64.14 +2.97
Labor Garry Nightingale 12,598 35.86 -2.97
Liberal hold Swing +2.97

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Re-Member (Former Members)". State Government of Victoria. Retrieved 10 May 2013. 

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