Electoral district of St Albans

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St Albans
VictoriaLegislative Assembly
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Location of St Albans (dark green) in Greater Melbourne
State Victoria
Dates current 1985–1992, 2014–
MP Natalie Suleyman
Party Labor
Electors 46,041 (2014)
Area 35 km2 (13.5 sq mi)

The Electoral district of St Albans is an electoral district of the Victorian Legislative Assembly. It has existed in 2 incarnations, first from 1985 to 1992, and was created again in the 2013 redistribution and came into effect at the 2014 state election.[1]

It largely covers the area of the abolished seat of Derrimut, including the Melbourne outer western suburbs of St Albans, Sunshine, Keilor Downs, Kealba, Albion and Ardeer.[2]

St Albans was retained at the 2014 election by Labor candidate Natalie Suleyman.

Members for St Albans[edit]

First incarnation (1985–1992)
Member Party Term
  Alex Andrianopoulos Labor 1985–1992
Second incarnation (2014–)
Member Party Term
  Natalie Suleyman Labor 2014–present

Results[edit]

Victorian state election, 2014: St Albans[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Natalie Suleyman 21,435 56.4 +5.0
Liberal Moira Deeming 10,215 26.9 +0.4
Greens Lisa Asbury 3,475 9.1 −4.1
Voice for the West Pat Aumua 1,424 3.8 +3.7
Christians Marvet Boulos 1,080 2.8 +2.8
Independent Irena Teresa Klajn 374 1.0 +1.0
Total formal votes 38,003 92.2 +0.1
Informal votes 3,228 7.8 −0.1
Turnout 41,231 89.6 −1.4
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Natalie Suleyman 25,711 67.5 +3.5
Liberal Moira Deeming 12,381 32.5 −3.5
Labor hold Swing +3.5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Summary of Changes". Victorian Electoral Boundary Commission. Archived from the original on 17 October 2013. Retrieved 17 October 2013. 
  2. ^ "Map of St Albans District". Victorian Electoral Boundaries Commission. 
  3. ^ State Election 2014: St Albans District, VEC.

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