Electoral results for the district of Newland

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This is a list of electoral results for the Electoral district of Newland in South Australian state elections.

Members for Newland[edit]

Member Party Term
  John Klunder Australian Labor Party 1977–1979
  Brian Billard Liberal Party of Australia 1979–1982
  John Klunder Australian Labor Party 1982–1985
  Di Gayler Australian Labor Party 1985–1989
  Dorothy Kotz Liberal Party of Australia 1989–2006
  Tom Kenyon Australian Labor Party 2006–present

Election results[edit]

Elections in the 2010s[edit]

South Australian state election, 2014: Newland[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Tom Kenyon 9,473 42.8 −0.5
Liberal Glenn Docherty 9,269 41.8 +3.8
Family First Kate Horan 1,774 8.0 +1.1
Greens Mark Nolan 1,641 7.4 −0.6
Total formal votes 22,157 96.9 +0.4
Informal votes 700 3.1 −0.4
Turnout 22,857 93.4 −0.7
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tom Kenyon 11,394 51.4 −1.2
Liberal Glenn Docherty 10,763 48.6 +1.2
Labor hold Swing −1.2
South Australian state election, 2010: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Tom Kenyon 8,886 42.8 -3.4
Liberal Trish Draper 7,980 38.4 +4.3
Greens Holden Ward 1,585 7.6 +2.2
Family First Dale Clegg 1,308 6.3 -0.7
Save the RAH Suren Krishnan 463 2.2 +2.2
Independent Ryan Haby 377 1.8 +1.8
Fair Land Tax Jim Zavros 183 0.9 +0.9
Total formal votes 21,357 93.4 +1.6
Informal votes 575 2.8 -1.6
Turnout 21,932 95.9 +2.1
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tom Kenyon 10,841 52.2 -4.6
Liberal Trish Draper 9,941 47.8 +4.6
Labor hold Swing -4.6

Elections in the 2000s[edit]

South Australian state election, 2006: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Tom Kenyon 9,465 46.2 +11.2
Liberal Mark Osterstock 6,995 34.1 -11.2
Family First Brenda Bates 1,438 7.0 +0.1
Greens Graham Smith 1,075 5.2 +5.2
Democrats Ruth Russell 646 3.2 -7.1
No Rodeo Troy Walker 316 1.5 +1.5
One Nation Stan Batten 306 1.5 -0.9
Dignity for Disabled Josephine Brooks 251 1.2 +1.2
Total formal votes 20,492 95.6 -2.0
Informal votes 947 4.4 +2.0
Turnout 21,439 93.8 -0.9
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Tom Kenyon 11,639 56.8 +12.5
Liberal Mark Osterstock 8,853 43.2 -12.5
Labor gain from Liberal Swing +12.5
South Australian state election, 2002: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Dorothy Kotz 8,858 45.3 -1.3
Labor Bernie Keane 6,842 35.0 +3.7
Democrats Ruth Russell 2,020 10.3 -10.5
Family First Steven Bakker 1,348 6.9 +6.9
One Nation Hans Nas 474 2.4 +2.4
Total formal votes 19,542 97.6
Informal votes 473 2.4
Turnout 20,015 94.7
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dorothy Kotz 10,878 55.7 -1.3
Labor Bernie Keane 8,664 44.3 +1.3
Liberal hold Swing -1.3

Elections in the 1990s[edit]

South Australian state election, 1997: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Dorothy Kotz 9,268 47.5 -13.2
Labor Michael Regan 6,009 30.8 +4.9
Democrats Louise Armstrong-Quince 4,223 21.7 +11.6
Total formal votes 19,500 95.8 -1.7
Informal votes 852 4.2 +1.7
Turnout 20,352 93.1
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dorothy Kotz 11,305 58.0 -8.7
Labor Michael Regan 8,195 42.0 +8.7
Liberal hold Swing -8.7
South Australian state election, 1993: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Dorothy Kotz 12,256 61.3 +18.6
Labor Lea Stevens 5,041 25.2 -19.6
Democrats Kim Pedler 2,030 10.2 +1.9
Independent Terence Boswell 658 3.3 +3.3
Total formal votes 19,985 97.4 -0.5
Informal votes 525 2.6 +0.5
Turnout 20,510 94.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dorothy Kotz 13,467 67.4 +17.8
Labor Lea Stevens 6,518 32.6 -17.8
Liberal hold Swing +17.8
  • Newland was a notionally Labor held seat at the redistribution.

Elections in the 1980s[edit]

South Australian state election, 1989: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Di Gayler 9,282 44.6 -4.5
Liberal Dorothy Kotz 8,989 43.1 -3.3
Democrats Patrick Kavanagh 1,628 7.8 +3.3
Call to Australia Dennis Brown 930 4.5 +4.5
Total formal votes 20,829 97.8 +0.2
Informal votes 466 2.2 -0.2
Turnout 21,295 95.9 +0.9
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Dorothy Kotz 10,438 50.1 +1.6
Labor Di Gayler 10,391 49.9 -1.6
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +1.6
South Australian state election, 1985: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Di Gayler 9,213 49.1 +3.1
Liberal Scott Ashenden 8,708 46.4 -1.6
Democrats Mike Bolt 851 4.5 -0.5
Total formal votes 18,772 97.6
Informal votes 459 2.4
Turnout 19,231 95.0
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Di Gayler 9,665 51.5 +2.5
Liberal Scott Ashenden 9,107 48.5 -2.5
Labor hold Swing +2.5
  • Newland became a notional Liberal held seat in the redistribution.
South Australian state election, 1982: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor John Klunder 11,120 50.2 +11.9
Liberal Brian Billard 9,555 43.1 -7.2
Democrats Robert Mason 1,121 5.0 -6.4
National Glen Stevens 372 1.7 +1.7
Total formal votes 22,168 95.6 0.0
Informal votes 1,011 4.4 0.0
Turnout 23,179 94.4 +0.6
Two-party-preferred result
Labor John Klunder 11,871 53.6 +9.8
Liberal Brian Billard 10,297 46.4 -9.8
Labor gain from Liberal Swing +9.8

Elections in the 1970s[edit]

South Australian state election, 1979: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Brian Billard 9,661 50.3 +17.4
Labor John Klunder 7,345 38.3 -15.4
Democrats Stephen Farrelly 2,192 11.4 -2.0
Total formal votes 19,198 95.6 -2.3
Informal votes 880 4.0 +2.3
Turnout 20,078 93.8 -0.4
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal Brian Billard 10,765 55.9 +15.7
Labor John Klunder 8,433 43.8 -15.7
Liberal gain from Labor Swing +15.7
South Australian state election, 1977: Newland
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor John Klunder 9,437 53.7 +0.1
Liberal Emily Perry 5,774 32.9 +9.0
Democrats Donald Knott 2,345 13.4 +13.4
Total formal votes 17,556 97.9
Informal votes 380 2.1
Turnout 17,936 94.2
Two-party-preferred result
Labor John Klunder 10,350 59.8 +2.3
Liberal Emily Perry 7,056 40.2 -2.3
Labor hold Swing +2.3

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