Electoral results for the district of Redlands

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This is a list of electoral results for the electoral district of Redlands in Queensland state elections.

Members for Redlands[edit]

Member Party Term
  Ted Baldwin Labor 1972–1974
  John Goleby Country 1974–1974
  National 1974–1985
  Paul Clauson National 1985–1989
  Darryl Briskey Labor 1989–1992
  John Budd Labor 1992–1995
  John Hegarty National 1995–2001
  John English Labor 2001–2009
  Peter Dowling Liberal National 2009–2017
  Matt McEachan Liberal National 2015–2017
  Kim Richards Labor 2017–present

Election results[edit]

Elections in the 2010s[edit]

Queensland state election, 2017: Redlands[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Kim Richards 9,591 32.3 −3.3
Liberal National Matt McEachan 9,435 31.8 −11.5
One Nation Jason Quick 5,262 17.7 +17.7
Independent Peter Dowling 2,889 9.7 +9.7
Greens David Keogh 2,527 8.5 +0.8
Total formal votes 29,704 96.0 −1.7
Informal votes 1,243 4.0 +1.7
Turnout 30,947 89.4 +3.0
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kim Richards 15,760 53.1 +4.3
Liberal National Matt McEachan 13,944 46.9 −4.3
Labor gain from Liberal National Swing +4.3
Queensland state election, 2015: Redlands[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Matt McEachan 13,340 43.86 −21.94
Labor Deborah Kellie 10,442 34.33 +10.28
Greens David Keogh 2,261 7.43 −2.72
Independent Sheena Hewlett 1,939 6.37 +6.37
Palmer United Susan Bylett 1,809 5.95 +5.95
Family First Carolyn Ferrando 625 2.05 +2.05
Total formal votes 30,416 97.67 +0.10
Informal votes 726 2.33 −0.10
Turnout 31,142 91.52 −0.64
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Matt McEachan 14,399 52.23 −18.87
Labor Deborah Kellie 13,167 47.77 +18.87
Liberal National hold Swing −18.87
Queensland state election, 2012: Redlands[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Peter Dowling 17,849 65.80 +21.08
Labor Peter Seage 6,524 24.05 -18.97
Greens David Keogh 2,753 10.15 +4.91
Total formal votes 27,126 97.57 -0.41
Informal votes 675 2.43 +0.41
Turnout 27,801 92.16 +0.08
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Peter Dowling 18,381 71.10 +21.03
Labor Peter Seage 7,471 28.90 -21.03
Liberal National hold Swing +21.03

Elections in the 2000s[edit]

Queensland state election, 2009: Redlands[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Peter Dowling 11,356 44.7 +9.9
Labor John English 10,923 43.0 -6.7
Greens Colin Nightingale 1,330 5.2 -1.9
Independent Mark Edwards 1,066 4.2 +4.2
DS4SEQ Cameron Crook 435 1.7 +1.7
Independent Heather Steinberg 283 1.1 +1.1
Total formal votes 25,393 97.6
Informal votes 523 2.4
Turnout 25,916 92.1
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Peter Dowling 11,984 50.1 +6.8
Labor John English 11,950 49.9 -6.8
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +6.8
Queensland state election, 2006: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor John English 13,416 49.7 -3.7
National Russell Biddle 9,295 34.4 -2.3
Independent John Hegarty 2,349 8.7 +8.7
Greens Brad Scott 1,931 7.2 +2.3
Total formal votes 26,991 97.9 -0.3
Informal votes 577 2.1 +0.3
Turnout 27,568 91.1 -2.1
Two-party-preferred result
Labor John English 14,433 56.9 -1.6
National Russell Biddle 10,925 43.1 +1.6
Labor hold Swing -1.6
Queensland state election, 2004: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor John English 13,320 53.4 +4.8
National John Hegarty 9,137 36.7 +7.5
One Nation John Walter 1,258 5.0 +5.0
Greens Lyndon Harris 1,215 4.9 +4.9
Total formal votes 24,930 98.2 +0.9
Informal votes 467 1.8 -0.9
Turnout 25,397 93.2 -1.1
Two-party-preferred result
Labor John English 13,900 58.5 +1.6
National John Hegarty 9,876 41.5 -1.6
Labor hold Swing +1.6
Queensland state election, 2001: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor John English 10,797 48.6 +9.8
National John Hegarty 6,500 29.2 -2.1
Independent John Burns 3,210 14.4 +14.4
City Country Alliance Susan Hancock 1,731 7.8 +7.8
Total formal votes 22,238 97.3
Informal votes 611 2.7
Turnout 22,849 94.3
Two-party-preferred result
Labor John English 11,494 56.9 +7.5
National John Hegarty 8,721 43.1 -7.5
Labor gain from National Swing +7.5

Elections in the 1990s[edit]

Queensland state election, 1998: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor John Budd 10,226 38.5 -2.2
National John Hegarty 8,703 32.8 -13.0
One Nation June Woodward 6,234 23.5 +23.5
Democrats Graham Jenkin 1,092 4.1 -4.5
Reform Don Ruwoldt 302 1.1 +1.1
Total formal votes 26,557 98.5 +0.2
Informal votes 416 1.5 -0.2
Turnout 26,973 94.0 +1.0
Two-party-preferred result
National John Hegarty 12,652 51.0 -3.6
Labor John Budd 12,165 49.0 +3.6
National hold Swing -3.6
Queensland state election, 1995: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National John Hegarty 10,653 45.8 +17.7
Labor John Budd 9,484 40.7 -9.0
Democrats Jenny Van Rooyen 2,014 8.7 +8.7
Independent Rosemary Skelly 1,132 4.9 +4.9
Total formal votes 23,283 98.3 +0.7
Informal votes 405 1.7 -0.7
Turnout 23,688 93.0
Two-party-preferred result
National John Hegarty 12,447 54.6 +9.8
Labor John Budd 10,353 45.4 -9.8
National gain from Labor Swing +9.8
Queensland state election, 1992: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor John Budd 9,909 49.8 +1.0
National Paul Clauson 5,596 28.1 +3.5
Liberal Mike Jones 3,240 16.3 -5.3
Independent Rick Pisera 611 3.1 +3.1
Independent Charles Connelly 556 2.8 +2.8
Total formal votes 19,912 97.6
Informal votes 491 2.4
Turnout 20,403 92.2
Two-party-preferred result
Labor John Budd 10,622 55.2 -0.8
National Paul Clauson 8,604 44.8 +0.8
Labor hold Swing -0.8

Elections in the 1980s[edit]

Queensland state election, 1989: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Darryl Briskey 11,750 48.9 +9.1
National Paul Clauson 6,024 25.1 -16.5
Democrats Geoffrey Speakman 978 4.1 +1.2
Independent Leo Grace 297 1.2 +1.2
Total formal votes 24,031 97.8 -0.6
Informal votes 534 2.2 +0.6
Turnout 24,565 92.9 +0.1
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Darryl Briskey 13,505 56.2 +10.0
National Paul Clauson 10,526 43.8 -10.0
Labor gain from National Swing +10.0
Queensland state election, 1986: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National Paul Clauson 7,716 41.6 -4.4
Labor Graeme Kinnear 7,367 39.8 -1.6
Liberal Martin Shepherd 2,918 15.8 +9.6
Democrats Richard May 530 2.9 -3.5
Total formal votes 18,531 98.4
Informal votes 297 1.6
Turnout 18,828 92.8
Two-party-preferred result
National Paul Clauson 9,975 53.8 -5.0
Labor Graeme Kinnear 8,556 46.2 +5.0
National hold Swing -5.0
Redlands state by-election, 1985[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Con Sciacca 12,650 43.28 +1.88
National Paul Clauson 10,877 37.21 –8.78
Liberal Max Bolte 4,169 14.26 +7.85
Democrats Richard May 991 3.39 –2.81
Independent Bernard Irving 366 1.25 +1.25
Anti-Hashish Labor Party Thomas Aeon-Masterson 106 0.36 +0.36
Union Solidarity Party Jackson Brown 72 0.25 +0.25
Total formal votes 29,231 98.28 –0.36
Informal votes 513 1.72 +0.36
Turnout 29,744 90.75 –2.05
Two-party-preferred result
National Paul Clauson 14,722 50.36 –3.51
Labor Con Sciacca 14,508 49.64 +3.51
National hold Swing –3.51
Queensland state election, 1983: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National John Goleby 12,194 46.0 +3.6
Labor Andrew Mellis 10,977 41.4 +0.7
Democrats Kath Walker 1,700 6.4 +6.4
Liberal Ken Eastwell 1,643 6.2 -10.7
Total formal votes 26,514 98.6 -0.3
Informal votes 365 1.4 +0.3
Turnout 26,879 92.8 +1.9
Two-party-preferred result
National John Goleby 14,332 54.0 -0.2
Labor Andrew Mellis 12,182 46.0 +0.2
National hold Swing -0.2
Queensland state election, 1980: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National John Goleby 8,836 42.4 +0.5
Labor Con Sciacca 8,477 40.7 -0.7
Liberal Peter Hunter 3,520 16.9 +0.2
Total formal votes 20,833 98.9 +0.3
Informal votes 236 1.1 -0.3
Turnout 21,069 90.9 -1.9
Two-party-preferred result
National John Goleby 11,300 54.2 -1.2
Labor Con Sciacca 9,533 45.8 +1.2
National hold Swing -1.2

Elections in the 1970s[edit]

Queensland state election, 1977: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
National John Goleby 6,436 41.9 +10.1
Labor Con Sciacca 6,350 41.4 +5.0
Liberal Peter Hunter 2,558 16.7 -14.0
Total formal votes 15,344 98.6
Informal votes 224 1.4
Turnout 15,568 92.8
Two-party-preferred result
National John Goleby 8,499 55.4 -4.8
Labor Con Sciacca 6,845 44.6 +4.8
National hold Swing -4.8
Queensland state election, 1974: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Ted Baldwin 7,357 36.4 -15.2
National John Goleby 6,430 31.8 +7.5
Liberal Brian Dee 6,207 30.7 +10.3
Democratic Labor Peter McMahon 228 1.1 -2.5
Total formal votes 20,222 98.4 +0.1
Informal votes 321 1.6 -0.1
Turnout 20,543 88.7 -2.6
Two-party-preferred result
National John Goleby 12,075 59.7 +14.8
Labor Ted Baldwin 8,147 40.3 -14.8
National gain from Labor Swing +14.8
Queensland state election, 1972: Redlands
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Ted Baldwin 6,929 51.6 +2.4
Country Dick Wood 3,271 24.3 -19.2
Liberal Edward Fitzgerald 2,746 20.4 +20.4
Democratic Labor Kenneth Bayliss 486 3.6 -3.7
Total formal votes 13,432 98.3
Informal votes 229 1.7
Turnout 13,661 91.3
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Ted Baldwin 7,395 55.1 +2.0
Country Dick Wood 6,037 44.9 -2.0
Labor hold Swing +2.0

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2017 State General Election - Redlands - District Summary, ECQ.
  2. ^ 2015 State General Election - Redlands - District Summary, ECQ.
  3. ^ http://www.ecq.qld.gov.au/elections/state/State2012/results/booth70.html
  4. ^ Green, Antony. "2009 Queensland Election: Analysis of Results" (PDF). ABC Election Unit. Retrieved 15 December 2011. 
  5. ^ Queensland Legislative Assembly (17 March 1987). Details of polling at general election held on 1 November 1986. p. 64.