Electoral district of Warren-Blackwood

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Western AustraliaLegislative Assembly
Location of Warren-Blackwood (dark green) in Western Australia
State Western Australia
Dates current 1950–20081, 2013–present
MP Terry Redman
Party National
Namesake Warren region; Blackwood River
Electors 27,667 (2017)
Area 22,708 km2 (8,767.6 sq mi)
Demographic South West
1 known as Warren 1950–1996 and Blackwood-Stirling 2008-2013

Warren-Blackwood is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Western Australia from 1950 to 2008, and from 2013 onwards.

Known as Warren until 1996, the district was located in the south-west of the state and first contested at the 1950 state election. The seat was abolished ahead of the 2008 state election as a result of the reduction in rural seats made necessary by the one vote one value reforms. Its former territory was largely absorbed by the seat of Blackwood-Stirling, with parts also added to Vasse. The following state election saw the changes essentially reversed, with the name Blackwood-Stirling reverting to Warren-Blackwood.

Members for Warren-Blackwood[edit]

Warren (1950–1996)
Member Party Term
  Ernest Hoar Labor 1950–1957
  Joseph Rowberry Labor 1958–1968
  David Evans Labor 1968–1989
  Paul Omodei Liberal 1989–1996
Warren-Blackwood (1996–2008)
Member Party Term
  Paul Omodei Liberal 1996–2008
  Independent 2008
Warren-Blackwood (2013–present)
Member Party Term
  Terry Redman National 2013–present

Election results[edit]

Western Australian state election, 2017: Warren-Blackwood[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Terry Redman 8,639 36.6 −1.2
Labor Hugh Litson 4,854 20.6 +5.9
Liberal Ross Woodhouse 3,703 15.7 −11.7
Greens Andrew Huntley 3,391 14.4 −1.3
One Nation Greg Moroney 1,641 7.0 +7.0
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Marc Deas 1,344 5.7 +5.7
Total formal votes 23,572 95.6 +1.1
Informal votes 1,080 4.4 −1.1
Turnout 24,652 89.1 +0.3
Two-party-preferred result
National Terry Redman 14,942 63.4 +6.3
Labor Hugh Litson 8,622 36.6 +36.6
National hold Swing +6.3


  1. ^ Warren-Blackwood District Profile and Results, 2017 State General Election, WAEC.

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