Electoral results for the Division of Barker

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This is a list of electoral results for the Division of Barker in Australian federal elections from the division's creation in 1903 until the present.

Members[edit]

Member Party Term
  Sir Langdon Bonython Protectionist 1903–1906
  John Livingston Anti-Socialist 1906–1909
  Commonwealth Liberal 1909–1916
  Nationalist 1916–1922
  Malcolm Cameron Liberal Union 1922–1925
  Nationalist 1925–1931
  United Australia 1931–1934
  Archie Cameron Country 1934–1940
  United Australia 1940–1944
  Liberal 1944–1956
  Jim Forbes Liberal 1956–1975
  James Porter Liberal 1975–1990
  Ian McLachlan Liberal 1990–1998
  Patrick Secker Liberal 1998–2013
  Tony Pasin Liberal 2013–present

Election results[edit]

Elections in the 2010s[edit]

Australian federal election, 2016: Barker[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Tony Pasin 44,001 46.59 −6.02
Xenophon James Stacey 27,452 29.07 +29.07
Labor Mat O'Brien 14,363 15.21 −3.16
Family First Yvonne Zeppel 5,458 5.78 −2.18
Greens Mark Keough 3,171 3.36 −2.29
Total formal votes 94,445 95.72 +1.10
Informal votes 4,228 4.28 −1.10
Turnout 98,673 93.40 −1.22
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tony Pasin 61,566 65.19 −1.36
Labor Mat O'Brien 32,879 34.81 +1.36
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal Tony Pasin 51,698 54.74 −11.81
Xenophon James Stacey 42,747 45.26 +45.26
Liberal hold Swing N/A
Australian federal election, 2013: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Tony Pasin 48,678 52.61 −2.47
Labor Phil Golding 16,993 18.37 −9.62
Family First Kristin Lambert 7,368 7.96 +1.78
Independent Richard Sage 6,617 7.15 +7.15
Greens Mark Keough 5,224 5.65 −3.39
National Miles Hannemann 4,021 4.35 +4.35
Palmer United Balwinder Singh Jhandi 3,623 3.92 +3.92
Total formal votes 92,524 94.62 +0.12
Informal votes 5,259 5.38 −0.12
Turnout 97,783 94.63 −0.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Tony Pasin 61,571 66.55 +3.54
Labor Phil Golding 30,953 33.45 −3.54
Liberal hold Swing +3.54
Australian federal election, 2010: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Patrick Secker 51,810 54.96 +8.15
Labor Simone McDonnell 26,433 28.04 −2.03
Greens Sean Moffat 8,607 9.13 +4.06
Family First Trevor Honeychurch 5,829 6.18 +0.46
Climate Sceptics Steven Davies 1,591 1.69 +1.69
Total formal votes 94,270 94.54 −1.61
Informal votes 5,443 5.46 +1.61
Turnout 99,713 95.07 −0.90
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Patrick Secker 59,278 62.88 +3.43
Labor Simone McDonnell 34,992 37.12 −3.43
Liberal hold Swing +3.43

Elections in the 2000s[edit]

Australian federal election, 2007: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Patrick Secker 44,329 46.81 −6.36
Labor Karen Lock 38,475 30.07 +8.60
National Deb Thiele 9,695 10.24 −0.35
Family First Phil Cornish 5,418 5.72 −0.10
Greens Andrew Jennings 4,796 5.06 +0.98
Democrats Justin Sneath 1,984 2.10 +0.62
Total formal votes 94,697 96.15 +2.02
Informal votes 3,793 3.85 −2.02
Turnout 98,490 95.97 +0.49
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Patrick Secker 56,301 59.45 −10.43
Labor Karen Lock 38,396 40.55 +10.43
Liberal hold Swing −10.43
Australian federal election, 2004: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Patrick Secker 48,233 53.17 −2.95
Labor Waluwe Simpson-Lyttle 19,478 21.47 −2.01
National Tim Jackson 9,611 10.59 +10.59
Family First Philip Cornish 5,276 5.82 +5.82
Greens Pam Kelly 3,704 4.08 +0.98
Independent Rodger Schmidt 1,572 1.73 +1.73
One Nation Neil Russell-Taylor 1,501 1.65 −6.24
Democrats Graham McNaughton 1,339 1.48 −4.66
Total formal votes 90,714 94.13 −0.34
Informal votes 5,662 5.87 +0.34
Turnout 96,376 95.48 −0.85
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Patrick Secker 63,392 69.88 +3.25
Labor Waluwe Simpson-Lyttle 27,322 30.12 −3.25
Liberal hold Swing +3.25
Australian federal election, 2001: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Patrick Secker 43,201 54.06 +7.20
Labor David Detchon 18,968 23.74 +2.04
One Nation Dona Wright 5,900 7.38 −5.62
Democrats Louise Miller 5,504 6.89 +0.55
Greens Matt Rigney 2,629 3.29 +3.29
Independent Liz Ballinger 2,538 3.18 +3.18
Independent Philip Cornish 1,167 1.46 +1.46
Total formal votes 79,907 94.50 −0.43
Informal votes 4,654 5.50 +0.43
Turnout 84,561 96.96
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Patrick Secker 52,491 65.69 +1.65
Labor David Detchon 27,416 34.31 −1.65
Liberal hold Swing +1.65

Elections in the 1990s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1998: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Patrick Secker 36,412 46.89 −15.62
Labor David Detchon 16,844 21.69 −1.36
One Nation Dona Wright 10,096 13.00 +13.00
Democrats John Lavers 4,919 6.33 −3.49
Independent Tony Beck 3,985 5.13 +5.13
Christian Democrats Philip Cornish 2,161 2.78 +2.78
National Tom Haig 1,746 2.25 +2.25
Independent Bill Jerram 784 1.01 +1.01
Australia First Judith Ludwig 713 0.92 +0.92
Total formal votes 77,660 94.92 −1.66
Informal votes 4,158 5.08 +1.66
Turnout 81,818 96.52 +1.66
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Patrick Secker 49,501 63.74 −7.14
Labor David Detchon 28,159 36.26 +7.14
Liberal hold Swing −7.14
Australian federal election, 1996: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Ian McLachlan 49,204 62.51 +2.13
Labor Leah York 18,146 23.05 −2.74
Democrats Dennis Dorney 7,734 9.82 +3.69
Greens Rita Helling 2,924 3.71 +3.71
Natural Law Chris Wells 712 0.90 −1.40
Total formal votes 78,720 96.58 +0.15
Informal votes 2,786 3.42 −0.15
Turnout 81,506 96.48 −0.77
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ian McLachlan 55,554 70.89 +4.91
Labor Leah York 22,818 29.11 −4.91
Liberal hold Swing +4.91
Australian federal election, 1993: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Ian McLachlan 46,667 60.37 +2.63
Labor Harry Early 19,939 25.79 −2.22
Democrats Regine Andersen 4,742 6.13 −5.44
Natural Law Chris Wells 1,784 2.31 +2.31
Call to Australia Deidre Kent 1,548 2.00 +1.06
Independent Francis Boylan 1,399 1.81 +1.81
Independent Stephen Wikblom 1,221 1.58 +1.58
Total formal votes 77,300 96.44 −0.57
Informal votes 2,857 3.56 +0.57
Turnout 80,157 95.71
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ian McLachlan 50,928 65.97 +2.27
Labor Harry Early 26,265 34.03 −2.27
Liberal hold Swing +2.27
Australian federal election, 1990: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Ian McLachlan 39,470 57.8 +5.6
Labor Bill Hender 19,865 29.1 −4.2
Democrats Mark Lobban 6,730 9.9 +4.3
Independent Pieter Raams 2,211 3.2 +3.2
Total formal votes 68,276 97.0
Informal votes 2,087 3.0
Turnout 70,363 96.5
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Ian McLachlan 43,388 63.6 +2.0
Labor Bill Hender 24,841 36.4 −2.0
Liberal hold Swing +2.0

Elections in the 1980s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1987: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal James Porter 33,296 52.2 −5.1
Labor Bill Hender 21,221 33.3 −1.3
National Max Vawser 3,924 6.2 +3.3
Democrats Glenn Taylor 3,602 5.6 +0.3
Independent Harry Pfeuffer 884 1.4 +1.4
Unite Australia Tom Giannouklas 451 0.7 +0.7
Independent Allan Bannister 385 0.6 +0.6
Total formal votes 63,763 93.4
Informal votes 4,481 6.6
Turnout 68,244 95.0
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal James Porter 39,273 61.6 −1.1
Labor Bill Hender 24,448 38.4 +1.1
Liberal hold Swing −1.1
Australian federal election, 1984: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal James Porter 35,429 57.3 +1.4
Labor Jeremy Moore 21,412 34.6 +0.8
Democrats Meg Lees 3,266 5.3 +0.1
National Richard Jacka 1,775 2.9 −2.0
Total formal votes 61,882 92.8
Informal votes 4,835 7.2
Turnout 66,717 95.5
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal James Porter 38,763 62.6 +0.3
Labor Jeremy Moore 23,113 37.4 −0.3
Liberal hold Swing +0.3
Australian federal election, 1983: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal James Porter 42,333 57.3 −0.2
Labor Valerie Young 23,906 32.4 +3.5
Democrats Meg Lees 3,974 5.4 −0.2
National Anthony Beck 3,650 4.9 −3.2
Total formal votes 73,863 97.7
Informal votes 1,717 2.3
Turnout 75,580 96.0
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal James Porter 63.8 −2.3
Labor Valerie Young 32.4 +2.3
Liberal hold Swing −2.3
Australian federal election, 1980: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal James Porter 40,445 57.5 −5.9
Labor Norman Napper 20,323 28.9 +1.0
Democrats Ivor Childs 3,924 5.6 −3.1
National Country Anthony Beck 3,774 5.4 +5.4
National Country Kim Ross 1,920 2.7 +2.7
Total formal votes 70,386 97.1
Informal votes 2,090 2.9
Turnout 72,476 95.8
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal James Porter 57.5 −5.9
Labor Norman Napper 42.5 +5.9
Liberal hold Swing −5.9

Elections in the 1970s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1977: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal James Porter 43,129 63.4 +3.9
Labor Neil Richardson 18,968 27.9 −1.7
Democrats Rodney Roberts 5,952 8.7 +8.7
Total formal votes 68,049 97.2
Informal votes 1,980 2.8
Turnout 70,029 95.4
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal James Porter 67.8 −0.5
Labor Rodney Roberts 32.2 +0.5
Liberal hold Swing −0.5
Australian federal election, 1975: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal James Porter 36,894 58.5 +10.0
Labor Graham Bath 19,334 30.6 −1.6
National Country Kenneth Williams 4,070 6.4 −5.0
Liberal Movement Rodney Roberts 2,176 3.4 −3.1
Independent Lily Bayly 630 1.0 +1.0
Total formal votes 63,104 98.0
Informal votes 1,305 2.0
Turnout 64,409 97.0
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal James Porter 67.3 +2.1
Labor Graham Bath 32.7 −2.1
Liberal hold Swing +2.1
Australian federal election, 1974: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 28,280 48.5 −8.4
Labor Jim Hennessy 18,765 32.2 −7.6
Country Malcolm Adams 6,655 11.4 +11.4
Liberal Movement Dick Clampett 3,811 6.5 +6.5
Australia Colyn van Reenen 542 0.9 +0.9
Independent Arthur Strachan 228 0.4 +0.4
Total formal votes 58,281 97.4
Informal votes 1,568 2.6
Turnout 59,849 96.4
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jim Forbes 65.2 +5.7
Labor Jim Hennessy 34.8 −5.7
Liberal hold Swing +5.7
Australian federal election, 1972: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 29,426 56.9 −0.9
Labor John Cornwall 20,622 39.8 −2.4
Democratic Labor David Le Cornu 1,705 3.3 +3.3
Total formal votes 51,753 98.2
Informal votes 928 1.8
Turnout 52,681 97.1
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jim Forbes 59.5 +1.7
Labor John Cornwall 40.5 −1.7
Liberal hold Swing +1.7

Elections in the 1960s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1969: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 27,176 57.8 −10.5
Labor John Cornwall 19,873 42.2 +12.1
Total formal votes 47,049 97.5
Informal votes 1,187 2.5
Turnout 48,236 96.9
Liberal hold Swing −10.7
Australian federal election, 1966: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 33,921 67.0 +10.2
Labor Norman Alcock 15,923 31.4 −9.6
Communist Don Jarrett 819 1.6 +1.6
Total formal votes 50,663 98.0
Informal votes 1,053 2.0
Turnout 51,716 96.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jim Forbes 67.2 +9.3
Labor Norman Alcock 32.8 −9.3
Liberal hold Swing +9.3
Australian federal election, 1963: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 26,547 56.8 +2.4
Labor Norman Alcock 19,168 41.0 +1.0
Independent Harvey Burns 1,043 2.2 +2.2
Total formal votes 46,758 98.7
Informal votes 596 1.3
Turnout 47,354 97.5
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jim Forbes 57.9 −0.3
Labor Norman Alcock 42.1 +0.3
Liberal hold Swing −0.3
Australian federal election, 1961: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 23,732 54.4 −5.9
Labor Norman Alcock 17,428 40.0 +4.3
Democratic Labor Charles Coffey 1,364 3.1 −0.9
Independent John Gartner 1,089 2.5 +2.5
Total formal votes 43,613 97.6
Informal votes 1,094 2.4
Turnout 44,707 97.0
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jim Forbes 58.2 −5.3
Labor Norman Alcock 41.8 +5.3
Liberal hold Swing −5.3

Elections in the 1950s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1958: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 25,146 60.3 −7.4
Labor Norman Alcock 14,860 35.7 +3.4
Democratic Labor Frank Marshall 1,670 4.0 +4.0
Total formal votes 41,676 98.4
Informal votes 1,107 2.6
Turnout 42,783 97.3
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jim Forbes 63.5 −4.2
Labor Norman Alcock 36.5 +4.2
Liberal hold Swing −4.2
Barker by-election, 1956
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 18,471 48.7 −19.0
Labor Ralph Dettman 14,454 38.1 +5.8
Independent Liberal William McAnaney 2,819 7.4 +7.4
Labor (A-C) Brian Crowe 2,207 5.8 +5.8
Total formal votes 37,951 98.0
Informal votes 771 2.0
Turnout 38,722 92.6
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Jim Forbes 21,935 57.8 −9.9
Labor Ralph Dettman 16,016 42.2 +9.9
Liberal hold Swing −9.9
Australian federal election, 1955: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Archie Cameron 25,993 67.7 +5.5
Labor Ralph Dettman 12,398 32.3 −5.5
Total formal votes 38,391 96.9
Informal votes 1,214 3.1
Turnout 39,605 96.3
Liberal hold Swing +5.5
Australian federal election, 1954: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Archie Cameron 27,255 62.9 +1.5
Labor Ralph Dettman 16,107 37.1 +0.9
Total formal votes 43,362 98.4
Informal votes 706 1.6
Turnout 44,068 97.0
Liberal hold Swing +0.2
Australian federal election, 1951: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Jim Forbes 25,256 61.4 −3.1
Labor Jim Corcoran 14,880 36.2 +3.1
Independent Charles Lloyd 528 1.3 +1.3
Independent Frank Rieck 481 1.2 +1.2
Total formal votes 41,145 98.1
Informal votes 794 1.9
Turnout 41,939 97.5
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Archie Cameron 62.7 −3.1
Labor Jim Corcoran 37.3 +3.1
Liberal hold Swing −3.1

Elections in the 1940s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1949: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Archie Cameron 26,034 64.5 +11.6
Labor John Klar 13,354 33.1 −9.6
Independent John Gartner 1,004 2.5 +2.5
Total formal votes 40,392 98.3
Informal votes 706 1.7
Turnout 41,098 97.6
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Archie Cameron 65.8 +10.8
Labor John Klar 34.2 −10.8
Liberal hold Swing +10.8
Australian federal election, 1946: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Archie Cameron 34,619 54.0 +13.4
Labor Harry Krantz 26,500 41.3 +1.3
Independent David Eddy 2,992 4.7 +4.7
Total formal votes 64,111 97.3
Informal votes 1,781 2.7
Turnout 65,892 95.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Archie Cameron 56.4 −4.7
Labor Harry Krantz 43.6 +4.7
Liberal hold Swing +4.7
Australian federal election, 1943: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
United Australia Archie Cameron 24,616 40.6 +40.6
Labor Harry Krantz 24,240 40.0 +13.3
Independent Frank Halleday 10,508 17.3 +17.3
Independent John Gartner 1,222 2.0 +2.0
Total formal votes 60,586 97.1
Informal votes 1,816 2.9
Turnout 62,402 97.5
Two-party-preferred result
United Australia Archie Cameron 31,294 51.7 +51.7
Labor Harry Krantz 29,292 48.3 +14.2
United Australia gain from Country Swing −14.2
Australian federal election, 1940: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Archie Cameron 34,649 58.6 −5.0
Labor Cecil Skitch 15,786 26.7 +26.7
Independent Charles Lloyd 8,659 14.7 −21.7
Total formal votes 59,094 96.9
Informal votes 1,861 3.1
Turnout 60,955 96.0
Two-party-preferred result
Country Archie Cameron 65.9 +2.3
Labor Cecil Skitch 34.1 −2.3
Country hold Swing +2.3

Elections in the 1930s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1937: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Archie Cameron 35,559 63.6 +1.3
Independent Charles Lloyd 20,375 36.4 +36.4
Total formal votes 55,934 95.4
Informal votes 2,724 4.6
Turnout 58,658 96.9
Country hold Swing −5.1
Australian federal election, 1934: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Archie Cameron 32,311 62.3 +62.3
Labor Cecil Skitch 12,923 24.9 +6.1
Social Credit John Maycock 6,598 12.7 +12.7
Total formal votes 51,832 95.1
Informal votes 2,684 4.9
Turnout 54,516 95.1
Two-party-preferred result
Country Archie Cameron 68.7 +68.7
Labor Cecil Skitch 31.3 +6.4
Country gain from United Australia Swing −6.4
Australian federal election, 1931: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Emergency Committee (SA) Malcolm Cameron 50,597 64.0 +12.8
Labor Cyril Hasse 10,904 22.8 −26.0
Independent Percy Spehr 6,291 13.2 +13.2
Total formal votes 47,792 94.5
Informal votes 2,765 5.5
Turnout 50,557 96.3
Two-party-preferred result
Emergency Committee (SA) Malcolm Cameron 70.7 +19.5
Labor Cyril Hasse 29.3 −19.5
Emergency Committee (SA) hold Swing +19.5

Elections in the 1920s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1929: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist Malcolm Cameron 23,189 51.2 −1.4
Labor Frank Nieass 22,067 48.8 +48.8
Total formal votes 45,256 94.9
Informal votes 2,459 5.1
Turnout 47,715 95.6
Nationalist hold Swing −1.4
Australian federal election, 1928: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist Malcolm Cameron 21,883 52.6 −9.0
Country Ronald Hunt 19,699 47.4 +47.4
Total formal votes 41,582 90.2
Informal votes 4,523 9.8
Turnout 46,105 95.4
Nationalist hold Swing −9.0
Australian federal election, 1925: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist Malcolm Cameron 24,356 61.6 +61.6
Labor Alwyn Roberts 15,209 38.4 −4.7
Total formal votes 39,565 95.2
Informal votes 1,993 4.8
Turnout 41,558 93.7
Nationalist gain from Liberal Swing +9.3
Australian federal election, 1922: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Eric Shepherd 8,066 43.1 +9.4
Liberal Malcolm Cameron 7,861 42.0 +42.0
Country Ronald Hunt 2,791 14.9 +14.9
Total formal votes 18,718 92.6
Informal votes 1,491 7.4
Turnout 20,209 50.2
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Malcolm Cameron 9,789 52.3 +52.3
Labor Eric Shepherd 8,929 46.7 +11.0
Liberal gain from Nationalist Swing −11.0

Elections in the 1910s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1919: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist John Livingston 13,233 60.0 −3.9
Labor Albert Davies 7,023 31.8 −4.3
Independent Alexander Williams 1,813 8.2 +8.2
Total formal votes 22,069 90.8
Informal votes 2,238 9.2
Turnout 24,307 62.3
Two-party-preferred result
Nationalist John Livingston 64.1 +0.2
Labor Albert Davies 35.9 −0.2
Nationalist hold Swing +0.2
Australian federal election, 1917: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist John Livingston 16,869 63.9 +7.2
Labor Stanley Whitford 9,522 36.1 −7.2
Total formal votes 26,391 96.6
Informal votes 938 3.4
Turnout 27,329 70.2
Nationalist hold Swing +7.2
Australian federal election, 1914: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal John Livingston 16,866 56.7 −2.3
Labor William Sampson 12,876 43.3 +2.3
Total formal votes 29,742 97.3
Informal votes 814 2.7
Turnout 30,556 81.7
Liberal hold Swing −2.3
Australian federal election, 1913: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal John Livingston 15,590 59.0 −0.5
Labor William Sampson 10,849 41.0 +0.5
Total formal votes 26,439 95.0
Informal votes 1,392 5.0
Turnout 27,831 79.7
Liberal hold Swing −0.5
Australian federal election, 1910: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal John Livingston 9,519 59.5 +1.4
Labour Martin Dwyer 6,473 40.5 −1.4
Total formal votes 15,992 96.1
Informal votes 642 3.9
Turnout 16,634 55.8
Liberal hold Swing +1.4

Elections in the 1900s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1906: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Anti-Socialist John Livingston 6,534 58.1 +58.1
Labour Roland Campbell 4,715 41.9 +41.9
Total formal votes 11,249 95.3
Informal votes 559 4.7
Turnout 11,808 44.2
Anti-Socialist gain from Protectionist Swing +58.1
Australian federal election, 1903: Barker
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Protectionist Sir Langdon Bonython unopposed
Protectionist win (new seat)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Barker, SA Archived 2016-08-05 at the Wayback Machine., Virtual Tally Room 2016, Australian Electoral Commission.