Electoral results for the Division of Longman

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This is a list of electoral results for the Division of Longman in Australian federal elections from the division's creation in 1996 until the present.

Members[edit]

Member Party Term
  Mal Brough Liberal 1996–2007
  Jon Sullivan Labor 2007–2010
  Wyatt Roy Liberal National 2010–2016
  Susan Lamb Labor 2016–present

Election results[edit]

Elections in the 2010s[edit]

Australian federal election, 2016: Longman
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 34,359 39.01 −5.83
Labor Susan Lamb 31,161 35.38 +4.73
One Nation Michelle Pedersen 8,293 9.42 +9.42
Greens Ian Bell 3,865 4.39 +0.45
Family First Will Smith 3,002 3.41 +1.05
Drug Law Reform Frances McDonald 2,677 3.04 +3.04
Katter's Australian Brad Kennedy 1,597 1.81 −1.01
Independent Greg Riddell 1,111 1.26 +1.26
Independent Rob Law 945 1.07 +1.07
Caleb Wells 830 0.94 −0.13
Arts Stephen Beck 228 0.26 +0.26
Total formal votes 88,068 91.47 −3.46
Informal votes 8,217 8.53 +3.46
Turnout 96,285 91.60 −2.25
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Susan Lamb 44,729 50.79 +7.71
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 43,339 49.21 −7.71
Labor gain from Liberal National Swing +7.71
Australian federal election, 2013: Longman
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 37,570 44.84 +1.09
Labor Michael Caisley 25,683 30.65 −6.99
Palmer United Clem van der Weegen 10,714 12.79 +12.79
Greens Helen Fairweather 3,304 3.94 −5.18
Katter's Australian Brad Kennedy 2,364 2.82 +2.82
Family First Will Smith 1,977 2.36 −1.89
Sex Party Ayla Goeytes 1,283 1.53 +1.53
Independent Caleb Wells 895 1.07 +1.07
Total formal votes 83,790 94.93 +2.22
Informal votes 4,473 5.07 −2.22
Turnout 88,263 93.85 +0.36
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 47,691 56.92 +5.00
Labor Michael Caisley 36,099 43.08 −5.00
Liberal National hold Swing +5.00
Australian federal election, 2010: Longman
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 33,011 43.75 -1.17
Labor Jon Sullivan 28,396 37.64 -8.04
Greens Rod Blair 6,878 9.12 +4.64
Family First Claire McErlane 3,206 4.25 +2.46
Independent John Reece 1,042 1.38 +1.38
Independent Bob Fox 872 1.16 +1.16
Independent Michael van Boeckel 856 1.13 +1.13
Liberal Democrats Joshua van Veen 671 0.89 +0.51
Democratic Labor Andrew Jackson 518 0.69 +0.69
Total formal votes 75,450 92.71 -3.77
Informal votes 5,929 7.29 +3.77
Turnout 81,379 93.47 +0.19
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 39,173 51.92 +3.79
Labor Jon Sullivan 36,277 48.08 -3.79
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +3.79

Elections in the 2000s[edit]

Australian federal election, 2007: Longman
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jon Sullivan 39,434 47.98 +10.92
Liberal Mal Brough 36,009 43.82 -7.32
Greens Paul Costin 3,486 4.24 +0.36
Family First Peter Urquhart 1,525 1.86 -1.35
Democrats Liz Oss-Emer 1,153 1.40 -0.29
Liberty & Democracy Trent MacDonald 410 0.50 +0.50
CEC Dan Winniak 166 0.20 +0.20
Total formal votes 82,183 96.53 +2.18
Informal votes 2,950 3.47 -2.18
Turnout 85,133 94.79 -0.47
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jon Sullivan 44,026 53.57 +10.32
Liberal Mal Brough 38,157 46.43 -10.32
Labor gain from Liberal Swing +10.32
Australian federal election, 2004: Longman
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Mal Brough 40,345 51.87 +6.64
Labor Stephen Beckett 27,790 35.73 -1.42
Greens Philip Kimmet 3,096 3.98 +1.00
One Nation Susan Meredith 3,017 3.88 -4.49
Family First Tom Lew 2,187 2.81 +2.81
Democrats Jacqueline Kennedy 1,339 1.72 -2.18
Total formal votes 77,774 94.36 -0.29
Informal votes 4,646 5.64 +0.29
Turnout 82,420 94.50 +1.24
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Mal Brough 44,848 57.66 +5.14
Labor Stephen Beckett 32,926 42.34 -5.14
Liberal hold Swing +5.14
Australian federal election, 2001: Longman
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Mal Brough 34,229 45.37 +6.44
Labor Stephen Beckett 27,629 36.62 +1.86
One Nation Bert Bowden 6,223 8.25 -9.90
Democrats Bronwyn Patrick 2,992 3.97 -1.02
Greens Eve Scopes 2,556 3.39 +0.23
Independent Brian Hallam 1,665 2.21 +2.21
CEC Leslie Hardwick 148 0.20 +0.20
Total formal votes 75,442 94.73 -2.38
Informal votes 4,195 5.27 +2.38
Turnout 79,637 96.12
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Mal Brough 39,774 52.72 +1.80
Labor Stephen Beckett 35,668 47.28 -1.80
Liberal hold Swing +1.80

Elections in the 1990s[edit]

Australian federal election, 1998: Longman
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Mal Brough 27,161 38.93 -1.27
Labor Ian Burgett 24,254 34.77 +2.62
One Nation Gavin Badke 12,663 18.15 +18.15
Democrats Paul Barnes 3,477 4.98 -2.53
Greens John Langford 2,206 3.16 -0.11
Total formal votes 69,761 97.11 -0.12
Informal votes 2,076 2.89 +0.12
Turnout 71,837 94.66 -0.92
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Mal Brough 35,525 50.92 -8.98
Labor Ian Burgett 34,236 49.08 +8.98
Liberal hold Swing -8.98
Australian federal election, 1996: Longman
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Mal Brough 27,704 38.74 +6.68
Labor Pat Bonnice 21,943 30.69 -8.57
National Tom Bradley 12,611 17.64 +4.80
Democrats Greg Hollis 5,276 7.38 +4.41
Greens Jim Dimo 2,145 3.00 -0.54
Independent Terence Madden 966 1.35 +1.35
One Australia Geoffrey Abnett 673 0.94 +0.94
Indigenous Peoples Norman Hegarty 187 0.26 +0.06
Total formal votes 71,505 97.33 -0.33
Informal votes 1,962 2.67 +0.33
Turnout 73,467 95.58
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Mal Brough 43,894 61.59 +8.13
Labor Pat Bonnice 27,374 38.41 -8.13
Liberal hold Swing +8.13

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