Electoral results for the Division of Wide Bay

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This is a list of electoral results for the Division of Wide Bay in Australian federal elections from the division's creation in 1901 until the present.

Members[edit]

Member Party Term
  Andrew Fisher Labor 1901–1915
  Edward Corser Commonwealth Liberal 1915–1916
  Nationalist 1916–1928
  Bernard Corser Country 1928–1954
  William Brand Country 1954–1958
  Henry Bandidt Country 1958–1961
  Brendan Hansen Labor 1961–1974
  Clarrie Millar Country, National 1974–1990
  Warren Truss National 1990–2010
  Liberal National 2010–2016
  Llew O'Brien Liberal National 2016–present

Election results[edit]

Elections in the 2010s[edit]

2019[edit]

2019 Australian federal election: Wide Bay[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Llew O'Brien 44,204 47.09 +3.23
Labor Jason Scanes 20,418 21.75 −0.81
One Nation Aaron Vico 10,166 10.83 −4.73
Greens Daniel Bryar 9,330 9.94 +1.74
Independent Tim Jerome 4,220 4.50 +4.50
United Australia Andrew Schebella 3,385 3.61 +3.61
Conservative National Jasmine Smith 2,149 2.29 +2.29
Total formal votes 93,872 95.26 +0.26
Informal votes 4,667 4.74 −0.26
Turnout 98,539 91.67 −0.11
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Llew O'Brien 59,279 63.15 +4.96
Labor Jason Scanes 34,593 36.85 −4.96
Liberal National hold Swing +4.96

2016[edit]

2016 Australian federal election: Wide Bay[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Llew O'Brien 39,373 43.80 −5.07
Labor Lucy Stanton 20,301 22.58 +1.87
One Nation Elise Cottam 14,022 15.60 +15.60
Greens Bron Marsh 7,355 8.18 +1.63
Glenn Lazarus Team Jannean Dean 4,082 4.54 +4.54
Family First Bruce Mayer 2,399 2.67 +1.17
Katter's Australian Barry Cook 2,357 2.62 −3.26
Total formal votes 89,889 95.00 −0.32
Informal votes 4,728 5.00 +0.32
Turnout 94,617 91.99 −2.22
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Llew O'Brien 52,264 58.14 −5.02
Labor Lucy Stanton 37,625 41.86 +5.02
Liberal National hold Swing −5.02

2013[edit]

2013 Australian federal election: Wide Bay[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Warren Truss 41,767 48.87 −9.99
Labor Lucy Stanton 17,697 20.71 −3.39
Palmer United Stephen Anderson 13,574 15.88 +15.88
Greens Joy Ringrose 5,596 6.55 −4.45
Katter's Australian Gordon Dale 5,022 5.88 +5.88
Family First John Chapman 1,286 1.50 −2.24
Rise Up Australia Grace Dickins 517 0.60 +0.60
Total formal votes 85,459 95.32 +0.57
Informal votes 4,199 4.68 −0.57
Turnout 89,658 94.25 +1.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Warren Truss 53,975 63.16 −2.45
Labor Lucy Stanton 31,484 36.84 +2.45
Liberal National hold Swing −2.45

2010[edit]

2010 Australian federal election: Wide Bay[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Warren Truss 47,977 58.86 +10.25
Labor Nikolee Ansell 19,645 24.10 -6.87
Greens Jim McDonald 8,967 11.00 +2.96
Family First Ken Herschell 3,049 3.74 +0.29
One Nation Santo Ferraro 1,875 2.30 +1.09
Total formal votes 81,513 94.75 -1.25
Informal votes 4,519 5.25 +1.25
Turnout 86,032 92.87 -1.66
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Warren Truss 53,484 65.61 +7.22
Labor Nikolee Ansell 28,029 34.39 -7.22
Liberal National hold Swing +7.22

Elections in the 2000s[edit]

2007[edit]

2007 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Warren Truss 39,177 48.59 +20.76
Labor Tony Lawrence 24,758 30.70 +5.19
Greens Katherine Webb 6,615 8.20 +1.19
Independent Cate Molloy 5,576 6.92 +6.92
Family First John Chapman 2,792 3.46 -0.13
One Nation Martin Essenberg 996 1.24 -2.90
Democrats Terry Shaw 719 0.89 -0.85
Total formal votes 80,633 96.02 +0.95
Informal votes 3,343 3.98 -0.95
Turnout 83,976 94.41 -0.55
Two-party-preferred result
National Warren Truss 47,149 58.47 -3.74
Labor Tony Lawrence 33,484 41.53 +3.74
National hold Swing -3.74

2004[edit]

2004 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Warren Truss 38,544 47.08 +13.51
Labor Sean Ambrose 21,031 25.69 -0.97
Independent Lars Hedberg 9,980 12.19 +12.19
One Nation Wesley Robinson 4,048 4.94 -6.21
Greens Ian Richards 3,624 4.43 +2.32
Family First Glen Wilson 2,899 3.54 +3.54
Democrats Darryl Weir 935 1.14 -1.04
Independent Cy D'Oliviera 816 1.00 +1.00
Total formal votes 81,877 95.22 +0.44
Informal votes 4,112 4.78 -0.44
Turnout 85,989 94.63 -0.16
Two-party-preferred result
National Warren Truss 51,489 62.89 +2.99
Labor Sean Ambrose 30,388 37.11 -2.99
National hold Swing +2.99

2001[edit]

2001 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Warren Truss 33,124 45.15 +13.69
Labor Russ Tremlin 19,733 26.90 -1.53
One Nation Jim Dwyer 8,716 11.15 -15.19
Independent Graeme Wicks 3,380 4.61 +4.61
Independent David Dalgleish 3,192 4.35 +4.35
Independent Tony Pitt 2,650 3.61 +3.61
Greens Paul Jansen 1,385 1.89 +0.61
Democrats Althea Smith 1,230 1.68 -0.49
CEC Maurice Hetherington 489 0.67 +0.67
Total formal votes 73,359 94.43 -2.30
Informal votes 4,329 5.57 +2.30
Turnout 77,688 96.04
Two-party-preferred result
National Warren Truss 44,548 60.73 +7.87
Labor Russ Tremlin 28,811 39.27 -7.87
National hold Swing +7.87

Elections in the 1990s[edit]

1998[edit]

1998 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Warren Truss 22,569 31.46 -27.78
Labor Russ Tremlin 20,391 28.42 +1.05
One Nation Graeme Wicks 18,891 26.33 +26.33
Liberal Desley Fraser 5,937 8.28 +7.79
Democrats Phil Rodhouse 1,552 2.16 -4.75
Independent Bob Postle 1,480 2.06 +2.06
Greens Richard Nielsen 917 1.28 +1.21
Total formal votes 71,737 96.73 -0.41
Informal votes 2,427 3.27 +0.41
Turnout 74,164 95.07 -0.85
Two-party-preferred result
National Warren Truss 37,923 52.86 -15.32
Labor Russ Tremlin 33,814 47.14 +15.32
National hold Swing -15.32

1996[edit]

1996 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Warren Truss 43,670 59.55 +16.88
Labor Alan Holmes 19,390 26.44 -7.55
Democrats Pamela South 5,415 7.38 +3.78
Independent John Francis 2,891 3.94 +3.94
Indigenous Peoples Charlie Watson 1,064 1.45 +1.45
One Australia Wayne Skilton 908 1.24 +1.24
Total formal votes 73,338 97.09 -0.60
Informal votes 2,201 2.91 +0.60
Turnout 75,539 95.92 +0.00
Two-party-preferred result
National Warren Truss 50,157 68.53 +9.74
Labor Alan Holmes 23,037 31.47 -9.74
National hold Swing +9.74

1993[edit]

1993 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Warren Truss 33,255 44.07 -3.76
Labor Judy Caplick 24,861 32.94 -3.53
Liberal Trevor Hartshorne 6,519 8.64 +8.05
Confederate Action Andrew Baker 4,279 5.67 +5.67
Democrats Marie Woodley 2,700 3.58 -9.22
Greens Lily Podger 2,083 2.76 +2.76
Independent Ray Smith 1,770 2.35 +2.35
Total formal votes 75,467 97.69 +0.20
Informal votes 1,786 2.31 -0.20
Turnout 77,253 95.92
Two-party-preferred result
National Warren Truss 45,043 59.71 +4.12
Labor Judy Caplick 30,390 40.29 -4.12
National hold Swing +4.12

1990[edit]

1990 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Warren Truss 32,498 47.3 -3.2
Labor Andrew Foley 25,347 36.9 -0.6
Democrats Bryan Sandall 9,108 13.3 +8.8
Independent John Zschech 1,695 2.5 +2.5
Total formal votes 68,648 97.5
Informal votes 1,738 2.5
Turnout 70,386 95.6
Two-party-preferred result
National Warren Truss 37,613 54.9 -3.9
Labor Andrew Foley 30,885 45.1 +3.9
National hold Swing -3.9

Elections in the 1980s[edit]

1987[edit]

1987 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Clarrie Millar 30,699 50.5 -8.6
Labor Andrew Foley 22,815 37.5 +1.6
Liberal Cam Primavera 4,616 7.6 +7.6
Democrats Ray Barry 2,714 4.5 -0.5
Total formal votes 60,844 96.7
Informal votes 2,072 3.3
Turnout 62,916 93.7
Two-party-preferred result
National Clarrie Millar 35,755 58.8 -3.0
Labor Andrew Foley 25,087 41.2 +3.0
National hold Swing -3.0

1984[edit]

1984 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Clarrie Millar 32,656 59.1 +4.2
Labor Fred Hoberg 19,833 35.9 -2.7
Democrats Glen Spicer 2,745 5.0 +1.1
Total formal votes 55,234 94.9
Informal votes 2,942 5.1
Turnout 58,176 94.4
Two-party-preferred result
National Clarrie Millar 34,110 61.8 +3.9
Labor Fred Hoberg 21,124 38.2 -3.9
National hold Swing +3.9

1983[edit]

1983 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Clarrie Millar 35,472 48.9 -1.5
Labor James Finemore 32,362 44.6 +4.2
Democrats Mervyn Worth 2,850 3.9 -2.8
Progress Raymond Bird 1,813 2.5 +0.0
Total formal votes 72,497 98.9
Informal votes 806 1.1
Turnout 73,303 94.1
Two-party-preferred result
National Clarrie Millar 37,602 51.9 -2.5
Labor James Finemore 34,895 48.1 +2.5
National hold Swing -2.5

1980[edit]

1980 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Country Clarrie Millar 33,377 50.4 -2.8
Labor James Finemore 26,708 40.4 +3.6
Democrats Geoffrey Schuh 4,414 6.7 -3.3
Progress Raymond Bird 1,675 2.5 +2.5
Total formal votes 66,174 98.5
Informal votes 997 1.5
Turnout 67,171 95.3
Two-party-preferred result
National Country Clarrie Millar 54.4 -3.8
Labor James Finemore 45.6 +3.8
National Country hold Swing -3.8

Elections in the 1970s[edit]

1977[edit]

1977 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Country Clarrie Millar 33,252 53.2 -4.5
Labor Frederick Faircloth 23,276 36.8 -2.5
Democrats Douglas Mackenzie 6,321 10.0 +10.0
Total formal votes 63,252 99.0
Informal votes 637 1.0
Turnout 63,889 95.9
Two-party-preferred result
National Country Clarrie Millar 58.2 -1.1
Labor Frederick Faircloth 41.8 +1.1
National Country hold Swing -1.1

1975[edit]

1975 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Country Clarrie Millar 34,143 57.7 +14.0
Labor Brendan Hansen 23,286 39.3 -6.6
Workers Gerrit Alberts 1,759 3.0 +3.0
Total formal votes 59,188 99.0
Informal votes 598 1.0
Turnout 59,786 96.6
Two-party-preferred result
National Country Clarrie Millar 59.3 +5.8
Labor Brendan Hansen 40.7 -5.8
National Country hold Swing +5.8

1974[edit]

1974 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Brendan Hansen 26,127 45.9 -6.3
Country Clarrie Millar 24,875 43.7 +1.8
Liberal Ian Theodore 5,920 10.4 +10.4
Total formal votes 56,922 99.1
Informal votes 508 0.9
Turnout 57,430 97.2
Two-party-preferred result
Country Clarrie Millar 30,463 53.5 +6.8
Labor Brendan Hansen 26,459 46.5 -6.8
Country gain from Labor Swing +6.8

1972[edit]

1972 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Brendan Hansen 26,572 52.2 -2.9
Country George Crawford 21,336 41.9 +0.7
Democratic Labor Alan Birchley 2,751 5.4 +1.7
National Socialist Les Leisemann 203 0.4 +0.4
Total formal votes 50,862 98.6
Informal votes 717 1.4
Turnout 51,579 96.6
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Brendan Hansen 53.3 -2.5
Country George Crawford 46.7 +2.5
Labor hold Swing -2.5

Elections in the 1960s[edit]

1969[edit]

1969 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Brendan Hansen 27,962 55.1 +7.0
Country Paul Neville 20,935 41.2 -5.2
Democratic Labor Laurence Kehoe 1,865 3.7 -1.8
Total formal votes 50,762 99.2
Informal votes 399 0.8
Turnout 51,161 96.7
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Brendan Hansen 55.8 +6.6
Country Paul Neville 44.2 -6.6
Labor gain from Country Swing +6.6

1966[edit]

1966 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Brendan Hansen 23,459 54.9 -1.1
Country Albert White 16,936 39.6 -0.4
Democratic Labor William Hutchinson 2,347 5.5 +3.2
Total formal votes 42,742 98.3
Informal votes 739 1.7
Turnout 43,481 96.7
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Brendan Hansen 56.0 -1.3
Country Albert White 44.0 +1.3
Labor hold Swing -1.3

1963[edit]

1963 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Brendan Hansen 23,182 56.0 +2.6
Country Albert White 16,568 40.0 -0.1
Democratic Labor Rogers Judge 935 2.3 -2.0
Social Credit Geoffrey Nichols 700 1.7 +1.7
Total formal votes 41,385 98.2
Informal votes 738 1.8
Turnout 42,123 96.7
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Brendan Hansen 57.3 +2.1
Country Albert White 42.7 -2.1
Labor hold Swing +2.1

1961[edit]

1961 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Brendan Hansen 21,808 53.4 +12.4
Country Henry Bandidt 16,578 40.6 -7.1
Queensland Labor Edward McDonnell 1,747 4.3 -7.0
Independent James Dunn 730 1.8 +1.8
Total formal votes 40,863 98.3
Informal votes 718 1.7
Turnout 41,581 96.0
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Brendan Hansen 55.2 +9.5
Country Henry Bandidt 44.8 -9.5
Labor gain from Country Swing +9.5

Elections in the 1950s[edit]

1958[edit]

1958 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Henry Bandidt 19,184 47.7 -7.5
Labor Brendan Hansen 16,498 41.0 -3.8
Queensland Labor Edward McDonnell 4,526 11.3 +11.3
Total formal votes 40,208 98.3
Informal votes 697 1.7
Turnout 40,905 97.0
Two-party-preferred result
Country Henry Bandidt 21,815 54.3 -0.9
Labor Brendan Hansen 18,393 45.7 +0.9
Country hold Swing -0.9

1955[edit]

1955 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country William Brand 21,859 55.2 +2.4
Labor Matthew Tallon 17,724 44.8 -1.3
Total formal votes 39,583 98.6
Informal votes 553 1.4
Turnout 40,136 96.0
Country hold Swing +1.9

1954[edit]

1954 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country William Brand 22,493 54.1 -2.8
Labor Frank Forde 18,648 44.8 +1.7
Communist Frank Falls 442 1.1 +1.1
Total formal votes 41,583 99.1
Informal votes 379 0.9
Turnout 41,962 97.4
Two-party-preferred result
Country William Brand 54.2 -2.7
Labor Frank Forde 45.8 +2.7
Country hold Swing -2.7

1951[edit]

1951 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser 22,895 56.9 +0.4
Labor Thomas Wallace 17,337 43.1 +15.1
Total formal votes 40,232 98.5
Informal votes 594 1.5
Turnout 40,826 97.1
Country hold Swing -7.4

Elections in the 1940s[edit]

1949[edit]

1949 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser 22,037 56.5 +9.0
Labor Samuel Round 10,941 28.0 -7.9
Independent Robert McDowell 6,037 15.5 +15.5
Total formal votes 39,015 98.6
Informal votes 572 1.4
Turnout 39,587 96.7
Two-party-preferred result
Country Bernard Corser 64.3 +8.9
Labor Samuel Round 35.7 -8.9
Country hold Swing +8.9

1946[edit]

1946 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser 31,027 54.3 +1.5
Labor George Watson 16,071 28.1 -6.6
Services Eric Paterson 7,866 13.8 +13.8
Communist Max Julius 2,142 3.8 +3.8
Total formal votes 57,106 98.1
Informal votes 1,091 1.9
Turnout 58,197 93.4
Two-party-preferred result
Country Bernard Corser 65.1 +8.6
Labor George Watson 34.9 -8.6
Country hold Swing +8.6

1943[edit]

1943 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser 20,662 38.5 -2.1
Labor George Watson 18,638 34.7 +5.4
Country James Heading 7,678 14.3 +14.3
Independent Henry Madden 3,750 7.0 +7.0
Independent Clive Lambourne 2,988 5.6 +5.6
Total formal votes 53,716 97.7
Informal votes 1,237 2.3
Turnout 54,953 95.0
Two-party-preferred result
Country Bernard Corser 30,342 56.5 -2.4
Labor George Watson 23,374 43.5 +2.4
Country hold Swing -2.4

1940[edit]

1940 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser 28,693 54.9 +17.1
Labor Samuel Round 15,305 29.3 +6.7
Protestant Labor John Rex 8,300 15.9 +15.9
Total formal votes 52,298 98.5
Informal votes 825 1.5
Turnout 53,123 94.7
Two-party-preferred result
Country Bernard Corser 58.9 +8.4
Labor Samuel Round 41.1 +41.1
Country hold Swing +8.4

Elections in the 1930s[edit]

1937[edit]

1937 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Social Credit Geoffrey Nichols 20,356 39.6 +27.9
Country Bernard Corser 19,437 37.8 -15.9
Labor George Watson 11,644 22.6 -9.8
Total formal votes 51,437 98.2
Informal votes 942 1.8
Turnout 52,379 95.5
Two-party-preferred result
Country Bernard Corser 25,991 50.5 -9.3
Social Credit Geoffrey Nichols 25,446 49.5 +49.5
Country hold Swing -9.3

1934[edit]

1934 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser 26,254 53.7 -46.3
Labor George Webb 15,857 32.4 +32.4
Social Credit Geoffrey Nichols 5,723 11.7 +11.7
Communist Colin Hennessy 1,085 2.2 +2.2
Total formal votes 48,919 97.6
Informal votes 1,196 2.4
Turnout 50,115 95.2
Two-party-preferred result
Country Bernard Corser 59.8 -40.2
Labor George Webb 40.2 +40.2
Country hold Swing -40.2

1931[edit]

1931 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser unopposed
Country hold Swing

Elections in the 1920s[edit]

1929[edit]

1929 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser 29,249 67.2 -32.8
Labor John O'Keefe 14,307 32.8 +32.8
Total formal votes 43,556 95.6
Informal votes 2,023 4.4
Turnout 45,59 95.1
Country hold Swing -32.8

1928[edit]

1928 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser unopposed
Country hold Swing

1928 by-election[edit]

1928 Wide Bay by-election
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Country Bernard Corser unopposed
Country gain from Nationalist Swing

1925[edit]

1925 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist Edward Corser 25,877 64.5 +26.1
Labor Andrew Thompson 14,231 35.5 +1.5
Total formal votes 40,108 96.7
Informal votes 1,348 3.3
Turnout 41,456 91.8
Nationalist hold Swing +4.0

1922[edit]

1922 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist Edward Corser 13,069 38.4 -20.8
Labor Joseph Johnston 11,580 34.0 -6.8
Country James Heading 9,427 27.7 +27.7
Total formal votes 34,076 94.9
Informal votes 1,830 5.1
Turnout 35,906 84.1
Two-party-preferred result
Nationalist Edward Corser 20,633 60.5 +1.3
Labor Joseph Johnston 13,443 39.5 -1.3
Nationalist hold Swing +1.3

Elections in the 1910s[edit]

1919[edit]

1919 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist Edward Corser 16,272 54.3 +1.4
Labor Frederick Martyn 13,685 45.7 -1.4
Total formal votes 29,957 98.2
Informal votes 534 1.8
Turnout 30,491 87.2
Nationalist hold Swing +1.4

1917[edit]

1917 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Nationalist Edward Corser 15,991 52.9 +52.9
Labor Frederick Martyn 14,250 47.1 -17.2
Total formal votes 30,241 98.3
Informal votes 525 1.7
Turnout 30,766 91.7
Nationalist hold Swing +17.2

1915 by-election[edit]

1915 Wide Bay by-election
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Edward Corser 14,027 50.2 +50.2
Labor Andrew Thompson 13,941 49.8 -14.5
Total formal votes 27,968 99.3
Informal votes 202 0.7
Turnout 28,170 82.0
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +14.5

1914[edit]

1914 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Andrew Fisher 16,494 64.3 +8.7
Queensland Farmers John Austin 9,155 35.7 +35.7
Total formal votes 25,649 97.0
Informal votes 788 3.0
Turnout 26,437 78.1
Labor hold Swing +8.7

1913[edit]

1913 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Andrew Fisher 15,702 55.6 -3.3
Liberal Arnold Wienholt 12,543 44.4 +3.3
Total formal votes 28,245 98.4
Informal votes 464 1.6
Turnout 28,709 84.0
Labor hold Swing -3.3

1910[edit]

1910 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Andrew Fisher 12,154 54.1 -0.4
Liberal Jacob Stumm 10,303 45.9 +0.4
Total formal votes 22,457 98.3
Informal votes 380 1.7
Turnout 22,837 71.4
Labour hold Swing -0.4

Elections in the 1900s[edit]

1906[edit]

1906 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Andrew Fisher 8,118 54.5 -6.7
Anti-Socialist Jasper Harvey 6,784 45.5 +6.7
Total formal votes 14,902 97.5
Informal votes 389 2.5
Turnout 15,291 52.7
Labour hold Swing -6.7

1903[edit]

1903 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Andrew Fisher 10,622 61.2 +5.8
Protectionist George Stupart 6,730 38.8 -5.8
Total formal votes 17,352 98.0
Informal votes 346 2.0
Turnout 17,698 67.3
Labour hold Swing +5.8

1901[edit]

1901 Australian federal election: Wide Bay
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Andrew Fisher 4,910 55.4 +55.4
Protectionist John Annear 3,955 44.6 +44.6
Total formal votes 8,865 98.6
Informal votes 122 1.4
Turnout 8,987 71.2
Labour win (new seat)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wide Bay, QLD, Tally Room 2019, Australian Electoral Commission.
  2. ^ Wide Bay, QLD, Virtual Tally Room 2016, Australian Electoral Commission.
  3. ^ 2013 results for Wide Bay, AEC.
  4. ^ "2010 results for Wide Bay". AEC.