Results of the Australian federal election, 2013 (Queensland)

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Australian federal election, 2013
Australia
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All 30 Queensland seats in the Australian House of Representatives
and 6 (of the 12) seats in the Australian Senate
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party Liberal National Labor Palmer United
Last election 21 seats 8 seats 0 seats
Seats won 22 seats 6 seats 1 seats
Seat change Increase1 Decrease2 Increase1
Popular vote 1,152,217 751,230 278,125
Percentage 45.66% 29.77% 11.02%
Swing Decrease1.76% Decrease3.81% Increase11.02%

This is a list of electoral division results for the Australian 2013 federal election in the state of Queensland.[1]

Electoral divisions: Queensland
Electoral divisions: Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast areas

Overall result[edit]

Party Votes % Swing Seats Change
  Liberal National Party 1,152,217 45.66 –1.76 22 +1
  Australian Labor Party 751,230 29.77 –3.81 6 –2
  Palmer United Party 278,125 11.02 +11.02 1 +1
  Australian Greens 156,884 6.22 –4.70 0 0
  Katter's Australian Party 94,540 3.75 +2.15 1 +1
  Family First Party 51,375 2.04 –1.85 0 0
  Rise Up Australia Party 9,889 0.39 +0.39 0 0
  Australian Sex Party 2,859 0.11 +0.11 0 0
  One Nation 2,529 0.10 −0.06 0 0
  Citizens Electoral Council 2,292 0.09 +0.03 0 0
  Australian Independents 1,901 0.08 +0.08 0 0
  Secular Party of Australia 1,808 0.07 +0.05 0 0
  Australian Voice Party 1,136 0.05 +0.05 0 0
  Democratic Labour Party 1,075 0.04 −0.15 0 0
  Australian Stable Population Party 729 0.03 +0.03 0 0
  Future Party 481 0.02 +0.02 0 0
  Uniting Australia Party 386 0.02 +0.02 0 0
  Socialist Alliance 377 0.01 −0.02 0 0
  Independents 10,435 0.41 −1.48 0 −1
  Non Affiliated 2,984 0.12 +0.09 0 0
  Total 2,523,252     30
Two-party-preferred vote
  Liberal National Party 1,437,803 56.98 +1.84 22 +1
  Australian Labor Party 1,085,449 43.02 –1.84 6 –2

Results by division[edit]

Blair[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Blair[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Shayne Neumann 32,818 41.55 −0.53
Liberal National Teresa Harding 26,734 33.85 −3.65
Palmer United Anthony Stanton 9,805 12.41 +12.41
Greens Clare Rudkin 3,359 4.25 −6.81
Katter's Australian Dale Chorley 2,491 3.15 +3.15
Family First Elwyn Denman 2,257 2.86 −2.05
Aust. Independents Shannon Deguara 1,011 1.28 +1.28
Rise Up Australia Anthony Mackin 504 0.64 +0.64
Total formal votes 78,979 94.33 +0.21
Informal votes 4,749 5.67 −0.21
Turnout 83,728 94.46 +0.54
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Shayne Neumann 43,642 55.26 +1.02
Liberal National Teresa Harding 35,337 44.74 −1.02
Labor hold Swing +1.02

Bonner[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Bonner[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Ross Vasta 40,186 46.80 +0.42
Labor Laura Fraser Hardy 30,927 36.01 −0.06
Palmer United James MacAnally 6,712 7.82 +7.82
Greens Dave Nelson 5,876 6.84 −4.34
Family First Jeff Penny 1,789 2.08 −0.74
Uniting Australia Jarrod Wirth 386 0.45 +0.45
Total formal votes 85,876 95.66 +0.77
Informal votes 3,895 4.34 −0.77
Turnout 89,771 94.02 +0.57
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ross Vasta 46,110 53.69 +0.87
Labor Laura Fraser Hardy 39,766 46.31 −0.87
Liberal National hold Swing +0.87

Bowman[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Bowman[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Andrew Laming 42,828 49.28 −6.35
Labor Darryl Briskey 25,967 29.88 −0.29
Palmer United John Wayne 11,049 12.71 +12.71
Greens Penny Allman-Payne 5,198 5.98 −3.99
Family First Andrew O'Shea 1,868 2.15 −0.09
Total formal votes 86,910 95.49 +0.88
Informal votes 4,102 4.51 −0.88
Turnout 91,012 94.93 +0.63
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Andrew Laming 51,155 58.86 −1.53
Labor Darryl Briskey 35,755 41.14 +1.53
Liberal National hold Swing −1.53

Brisbane[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Brisbane[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Teresa Gambaro 41,681 47.99 +2.10
Labor Fiona McNamara 26,163 30.12 −0.26
Greens Rachael Jacobs 12,452 14.34 −6.94
Palmer United Veronica Ford 3,643 4.19 +4.19
Katter's Australian Connie Cicchini 951 1.09 +1.09
Family First Sharyn Joyner 801 0.92 −0.65
Secular Tony Rose 602 0.69 +0.69
Stable Population John Roles 564 0.65 +0.65
Total formal votes 86,857 96.12 −0.12
Informal votes 3,504 3.88 +0.12
Turnout 90,361 92.80 +1.45
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Teresa Gambaro 47,145 54.28 +3.15
Labor Fiona McNamara 39,712 45.72 −3.15
Liberal National hold Swing +3.15

Capricornia[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Capricornia[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Michelle Landry 33,608 39.58 −0.84
Labor Peter Freeleagus 31,450 37.04 −8.73
Palmer United Derek Ison 6,747 7.95 +7.95
Katter's Australian Robbie Williams 4,708 5.54 +5.54
Family First Hazel Alley 3,274 3.86 +0.37
Greens Paul Bambrick 2,910 3.43 −2.09
Bruce Diamond 1,777 2.09 +2.09
Rise Up Australia Paul Lewis 439 0.52 +0.52
Total formal votes 84,913 94.85 +1.00
Informal votes 4,614 5.15 −1.00
Turnout 89,527 94.83 +1.70
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Michelle Landry 43,109 50.77 +4.45
Labor Peter Freeleagus 41,804 49.23 −4.45
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +4.45

Dawson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Dawson[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National George Christensen 40,507 46.23 +0.49
Labor Bronwyn Taha 26,030 29.71 −10.33
Palmer United Ian Ferguson 8,777 10.02 +10.02
Katter's Australian Justin Englert 5,905 6.74 +6.74
Greens Jonathon Dykyj 4,396 5.02 −2.70
Family First Lindsay Temple 1,663 1.90 −3.04
CEC Andrew Harris 345 0.39 −1.16
Total formal votes 87,623 95.15 +0.91
Informal votes 4,463 4.85 −0.91
Turnout 92,086 93.80 +0.69
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National George Christensen 50,451 57.58 +5.15
Labor Bronwyn Taha 37,172 42.42 −5.15
Liberal National hold Swing +5.15

Dickson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Dickson[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Peter Dutton 41,163 48.01 −0.95
Labor Michael Gilliver 26,848 31.32 −2.15
Palmer United Mark Taverner 8,390 9.79 +9.79
Greens Tyrone D'Lisle 5,507 6.42 −4.49
Katter's Australian Jim Cornwell 1,697 1.98 +1.98
Family First Michael McDowell 1,542 1.80 −1.07
Rise Up Australia Geoffrey Taylor 585 0.68 +0.68
Total formal votes 85,732 95.74 +0.15
Informal votes 3,819 4.26 −0.15
Turnout 89,551 94.89 +0.35
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Peter Dutton 48,631 56.72 +1.59
Labor Michael Gilliver 37,101 43.28 −1.59
Liberal National hold Swing +1.59

Fadden[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Fadden[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Stuart Robert 42,962 53.61 −4.72
Labor Nicole Lessio 17,804 22.22 −5.11
Palmer United Jim Macanally 11,759 14.67 +14.67
Greens Petrina Maizey 3,995 4.99 −4.34
Family First Jeremy Fredericks 1,305 1.63 −1.78
Katter's Australian Billy Lawrence 1,088 1.36 +1.36
Independent Maurie Carroll 712 0.89 +0.89
One Nation Stewart Boyd 510 0.64 −0.96
Total formal votes 80,135 94.21 +0.25
Informal votes 4,925 5.79 −0.25
Turnout 85,060 92.70 +0.80
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Stuart Robert 51,572 64.36 +0.17
Labor Nicole Lessio 28,563 35.64 −0.17
Liberal National hold Swing +0.17

Fairfax[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Fairfax[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Ted O'Brien 34,959 41.32 −8.13
Palmer United Clive Palmer 22,409 26.49 +26.49
Labor Elaine Hughes 15,429 18.24 −9.07
Greens David Knobel 7,046 8.33 −9.67
Katter's Australian Ray Sawyer 1,623 1.92 +1.92
Family First Angela Meyer 1,416 1.67 −3.57
Independent Trudy Byrnes 1,016 1.20 +1.20
One Nation Mike Holt 709 0.84 +0.84
Total formal votes 84,607 94.88 −0.09
Informal votes 4,569 5.12 +0.09
Turnout 89,176 93.41 +0.63
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ted O'Brien 52,184 61.68 +4.73
Labor Elaine Hughes 32,423 38.32 −4.73
Two-candidate-preferred result
Palmer United Clive Palmer 42,330 50.03 +50.03
Liberal National Ted O'Brien 42,277 49.97 −7.03
Palmer United gain from Liberal National Swing N/A

Fisher[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Fisher[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Mal Brough 34,619 44.47 −2.01
Labor Bill Gissane 16,297 20.93 −9.39
Palmer United William Schoch 13,559 17.42 +17.42
Greens Garry Claridge 5,908 7.59 −8.25
Katter's Australian Mark Meldon 2,520 3.24 +3.24
Family First Tony Moore 1,593 2.05 −5.31
Peter Slipper 1,207 1.55 +1.55
Independent Jarreau Terry 957 1.23 +1.23
Aust. Independents Mark Maguire 890 1.14 +1.14
Rise Up Australia Rod Christensen 305 0.39 +0.39
Total formal votes 77,855 94.19 −0.64
Informal votes 4,803 5.81 +0.64
Turnout 82,658 93.52 +0.76
Two-candidate-preferred result
Liberal National Mal Brough 46,522 59.75 +5.62
Labor Bill Gissane 31,333 40.25 −5.62
Liberal National hold Swing +5.62

Flynn[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Flynn[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Ken O'Dowd 39,362 46.02 −1.02
Labor Chris Trevor 28,598 33.44 −6.48
Palmer United Steven Ensby 7,908 9.25 +9.25
Katter's Australian Richard Love 3,536 4.13 +4.13
Greens Serena Thompson 1,890 2.21 −1.75
Independent Craig Tomsett 1,573 1.84 +1.84
Family First Renae Moldre 1,287 1.50 −2.99
Independent Duncan Scott 792 0.93 −2.86
Rise Up Australia Kingsley Dickins 584 0.68 +0.68
Total formal votes 85,530 94.76 +0.09
Informal votes 4,725 5.24 −0.09
Turnout 90,255 94.64 +2.25
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ken O'Dowd 48,352 56.53 +2.95
Labor Chris Trevor 37,178 43.47 −2.95
Liberal National hold Swing +2.95

Forde[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Forde[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Bert Van Manen 32,271 42.54 −1.54
Labor Peter Beattie 25,794 34.00 −3.39
Palmer United Blair Brewster 9,445 12.45 +12.45
Greens Sally Spain 3,162 4.17 −8.05
Family First Amanda Best 1,701 2.24 −4.08
Katter's Australian Paul Hunter 1,652 2.18 +2.18
Rise Up Australia Jonathan Jennings 745 0.98 +0.98
Independent Joshua Sloss 698 0.92 +0.92
Australian Voice Keith Douglas 262 0.35 +0.35
CEC Jan Pukallus 130 0.17 +0.17
Total formal votes 75,860 92.73 −0.14
Informal votes 5,948 7.27 +0.14
Turnout 81,808 92.60 +0.94
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Bert Van Manen 41,256 54.38 +2.75
Labor Peter Beattie 34,604 45.62 −2.75
Liberal National hold Swing +2.75

Griffith[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Griffith[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Bill Glasson 36,481 42.22 +6.42
Labor Kevin Rudd 34,878 40.36 −3.72
Greens Geoff Ebbs 8,799 10.18 −5.21
Palmer United Karin Hunter 2,903 3.36 +3.36
Independent Greg Sowden 705 0.82 +0.82
Family First Adam Kertesz 643 0.74 −0.71
Katter's Australian Luke Murray 595 0.69 +0.69
Secular Anne Reid 445 0.51 +0.51
Rise Up Australia Sherrilyn Church 418 0.48 +0.48
Socialist Alliance Liam Flenady 377 0.44 +0.44
Stable Population Jan McNicol 165 0.19 +0.19
Total formal votes 86,409 95.24 +0.13
Informal votes 4,323 4.76 −0.13
Turnout 90,732 93.14 +1.81
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Kevin Rudd 45,805 53.01 −5.45
Liberal National Bill Glasson 40,604 46.99 +5.45
Labor hold Swing −5.45

Groom[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Groom[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Ian Macfarlane 48,966 55.64 −5.61
Labor Troy Murray 19,451 22.10 −0.57
Palmer United Ewen Mathieson 8,225 9.35 +9.35
Greens Trevor Smith 3,823 4.34 −2.96
Katter's Australian Chris Whitty 3,243 3.69 +3.69
Family First Alex Todd 2,342 2.66 −2.90
Rise Up Australia Rick Armitage 1,210 1.37 +1.37
CEC Robert Thies 743 0.84 +0.84
Total formal votes 88,003 96.01 +0.16
Informal votes 3,656 3.99 −0.16
Turnout 91,659 94.58 +0.16
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ian Macfarlane 58,493 66.47 −2.06
Labor Troy Murray 29,510 33.53 +2.06
Liberal National hold Swing −2.06

Herbert[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Herbert[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Ewen Jones 36,952 43.34 −2.33
Labor Cathy O'Toole 25,051 29.38 −10.77
Palmer United Martin Brewster 7,573 8.88 +8.88
Katter's Australian Bronwyn Walker 6,890 8.08 +8.08
Greens Gail Hamilton 4,463 5.24 −3.61
Sex Party Costa George 1,576 1.85 +1.85
Family First Michael Punshon 1,106 1.30 −4.03
One Nation Steve Moir 710 0.83 +0.83
Rise Up Australia Nino Marolla 549 0.64 +0.64
Australian Voice Margaret Bell 383 0.45 +0.45
Total formal votes 85,253 94.07 +0.33
Informal votes 5,379 5.93 −0.33
Turnout 90,632 93.21 +0.62
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ewen Jones 47,889 56.17 +4.00
Labor Cathy O'Toole 37,364 43.83 −4.00
Liberal National hold Swing +4.00

Hinkler[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Hinkler[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Keith Pitt 38,005 44.75 −10.20
Labor Leanne Donaldson 23,442 27.60 −4.90
Palmer United Rob Messenger 14,990 17.65 +17.65
Katter's Australian David Dalgleish 3,887 4.58 +4.58
Greens Mark Simpson 2,308 2.72 −2.99
Family First Troy Sullivan 1,590 1.87 −1.30
Independent Reid Schirmer 706 0.83 +0.83
Total formal votes 84,928 95.08 +0.65
Informal votes 4,399 4.92 −0.65
Turnout 89,327 94.58 +0.97
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Keith Pitt 50,142 59.04 −1.35
Labor Leanne Donaldson 34,786 40.96 +1.35
Liberal National hold Swing −1.35

Kennedy[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Kennedy[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Noeline Ikin 34,344 40.84 +14.24
Katter's Australian Bob Katter 24,691 29.36 −17.35
Labor Andrew Turnour 13,777 16.38 −3.83
Palmer United Ronald Brazier 6,419 7.63 +7.63
Greens Jenny Stirling 2,727 3.24 −1.25
Family First Dan Vogler 1,064 1.27 −0.73
Independent Chester Tuxford 571 0.68 +0.68
Rise Up Australia Pam Hecht 508 0.60 +0.60
Total formal votes 84,101 94.57 −0.05
Informal votes 4,828 5.43 +0.05
Turnout 88,929 92.26 +0.81
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Noeline Ikin 56,476 67.15 +5.21
Labor Andrew Turnour 27,625 32.85 −5.21
Two-candidate-preferred result
Katter's Australian Bob Katter 43,896 52.19 −16.15
Liberal National Noeline Ikin 40,205 47.81 +16.15
Katter's Australian hold Swing −16.15

Leichhardt[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Leichhardt[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Warren Entsch 38,795 45.26 −2.14
Labor Billy Gordon 27,920 32.57 −2.09
Palmer United Bruce Gibson 7,326 8.55 +8.55
Greens Johanna Kloot 5,646 6.59 −2.47
Katter's Australian George Ryan 3,677 4.29 +4.29
Family First Frank Miles 1,876 2.19 +0.36
Rise Up Australia Dale Edwards 476 0.56 +0.56
Total formal votes 85,716 94.55 +0.46
Informal votes 4,939 5.45 −0.46
Turnout 90,655 91.20 +0.10
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Warren Entsch 47,725 55.68 +1.13
Labor Billy Gordon 37,991 44.32 −1.13
Liberal National hold Swing +1.13

Lilley[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Lilley[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Rod McGarvie 37,232 41.32 +0.10
Labor Wayne Swan 36,228 40.21 −0.88
Greens Nic Forster 6,908 7.67 −4.50
Palmer United Benedict Figueroa 6,193 6.87 +6.87
Katter's Australian James Ryan 1,899 2.11 +2.11
Family First Allan Vincent 1,297 1.44 −1.66
CEC Nick Contarino 344 0.38 +0.38
Total formal votes 90,101 95.43 −0.01
Informal votes 4,314 4.57 +0.01
Turnout 94,415 94.26 +0.74
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Wayne Swan 46,237 51.32 −1.86
Liberal National Rod McGarvie 43,864 48.68 +1.86
Labor hold Swing −1.86

Longman[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Longman[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Wyatt Roy 37,570 44.84 +1.09
Labor Michael Caisley 25,683 30.65 −6.99
Palmer United Clemens 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

Maranoa[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Maranoa[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Bruce Scott 51,622 57.42 −8.10
Labor Nick Cedric-Thompson 14,649 16.29 −3.67
Palmer United John Bjelke-Petersen 12,506 13.91 +13.91
Katter's Australian Rowell Walton 5,027 5.59 +5.59
Greens Grant Newson 2,762 3.07 −2.08
Family First John Spellman 2,481 2.76 −1.33
Rise Up Australia George Clouston 861 0.96 +0.96
Total formal votes 89,908 95.61 +0.55
Informal votes 4,124 4.39 −0.55
Turnout 94,032 94.40 +0.75
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Bruce Scott 64,987 72.28 −0.61
Labor Nick Cedric-Thompson 24,921 27.72 +0.61
Liberal National hold Swing −0.61

McPherson[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: McPherson[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Karen Andrews 41,594 50.16 −3.74
Labor Gail Hislop 18,866 22.75 −6.11
Palmer United Susan Douglas 13,203 15.92 +15.92
Greens David Wyatt 5,689 6.86 −5.54
Family First Simon Green 3,084 3.72 −1.12
Australian Voice Charles Blake 491 0.59 +0.59
Total formal votes 82,927 94.79 +0.69
Informal votes 4,559 5.21 −0.69
Turnout 87,486 92.61 +0.60
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Karen Andrews 52,244 63.00 +2.72
Labor Gail Hislop 30,683 37.00 −2.72
Liberal National hold Swing +2.72

Moncrieff[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Moncrieff[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Steven Ciobo 44,295 55.69 −6.16
Labor Jason Munro 16,562 20.82 −2.66
Palmer United Grant Pforr 10,882 13.68 +13.68
Greens Toni McPherson 5,127 6.45 −5.11
Family First Barrie Nicholson 1,744 2.19 −0.92
One Nation Veronica Beric 600 0.75 +0.75
CEC Paul Spajic 330 0.41 +0.41
Total formal votes 79,540 94.27 +0.45
Informal votes 4,839 5.73 −0.45
Turnout 84,379 91.04 +0.52
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Steven Ciobo 54,051 67.95 +0.46
Labor Jason Munro 25,489 32.05 −0.46
Liberal National hold Swing +0.46

Moreton[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Moreton[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Malcolm Cole 34,824 42.24 −1.16
Labor Graham Perrett 31,932 38.73 +2.72
Greens Elissa Jenkins 8,234 9.99 −5.90
Palmer United Jeremy Davey 4,147 5.03 +5.03
Family First Carolyn Ferrando 1,250 1.52 −1.92
Katter's Australian Chris Mallcott 1,070 1.30 +1.30
Future Hayden Muscat 481 0.58 +0.58
Rise Up Australia Bruce Fry 303 0.37 +0.37
CEC Wayne Grunert 208 0.25 +0.25
Total formal votes 82,449 94.38 −0.77
Informal votes 4,912 5.62 +0.77
Turnout 87,361 92.65 +0.78
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Graham Perrett 42,503 51.55 +0.42
Liberal National Malcolm Cole 39,946 48.45 −0.42
Labor hold Swing +0.42

Oxley[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Oxley[26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Bernie Ripoll 32,589 43.10 −1.61
Liberal National Andrew Nguyen 29,064 38.44 +0.09
Palmer United Ricky Tang 5,368 7.10 +7.10
Greens Martin Stephenson 4,072 5.38 −6.41
Family First Carrie McCormack 1,551 2.05 −3.10
Katter's Australian Kathleen Hewlett 1,499 1.98 +1.98
Democratic Labour Frank Karg 1,075 1.42 +1.42
Rise Up Australia Scott Moerland 400 0.53 +0.53
Total formal votes 75,618 93.08 −0.24
Informal votes 5,619 6.92 +0.24
Turnout 81,237 93.57 +0.95
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Bernie Ripoll 40,657 53.77 −2.00
Liberal National Andrew Nguyen 34,961 46.23 +2.00
Labor hold Swing −2.00

Petrie[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Petrie[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Luke Howarth 33,570 40.65 +0.59
Labor Yvette D'Ath 32,630 39.52 −3.27
Palmer United Thor Prohaska 8,422 10.20 +10.20
Greens John Marshall 3,729 4.52 −4.58
Family First Tasman Spence 1,774 2.15 −2.86
Katter's Australian Chris Thomson 1,336 1.62 +1.62
Rise Up Australia Elise Jennings 920 1.11 +1.11
CEC Geoff Cornell 192 0.23 +0.23
Total formal votes 82,573 94.80 +0.08
Informal votes 4,530 5.20 −0.08
Turnout 87,103 93.69 +0.65
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Luke Howarth 41,722 50.53 +3.04
Labor Yvette D'Ath 40,851 49.47 −3.04
Liberal National gain from Labor Swing +3.04

Rankin[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Rankin[28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labor Jim Chalmers 35,098 42.18 −2.97
Liberal National David Lin 30,260 36.37 −0.73
Palmer United William Rogan 9,228 11.09 +11.09
Greens Neil Cotter 4,405 5.29 −5.91
Family First Chris Lawrie 2,514 3.02 −3.52
Katter's Australian Chris Claydon 1,697 2.04 +2.04
Total formal votes 83,202 93.44 +0.93
Informal votes 5,840 6.56 −0.93
Turnout 89,042 92.27 +0.93
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Jim Chalmers 45,580 54.78 −0.63
Liberal National David Lin 37,622 45.22 +0.63
Labor hold Swing −0.63

Ryan[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Ryan[29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Jane Prentice 47,366 51.68 +5.95
Labor Damien Hamwood 23,385 25.51 +0.49
Greens Charles Worringham 13,235 14.44 −4.52
Palmer United Craig Gunnis 4,558 4.97 +4.97
Family First Lisa Demedio 1,213 1.32 −0.48
Katter's Australian Peter Walker 1,140 1.24 +1.24
Secular Michael Sweedman 761 0.83 +0.83
Total formal votes 91,658 96.75 −0.38
Informal votes 3,078 3.25 +0.38
Turnout 94,736 94.12 +0.81
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Jane Prentice 53,657 58.54 +1.38
Labor Damien Hamwood 38,001 41.46 −1.38
Liberal National hold Swing +1.38

Wide Bay[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Wide Bay[30]
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

Wright[edit]

Australian federal election, 2013: Wright[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal National Scott Buchholz 38,630 47.84 −5.25
Labor Sharon Murakami 17,267 21.39 −6.39
Palmer United Angie Ison 11,691 14.48 +14.48
Greens Judith Summers 4,358 5.40 −6.55
Katter's Australian David Neuendorf 4,332 5.37 +5.37
Family First Stephen Lynch 2,087 2.58 −1.30
Independent Matthew Wright 1,810 2.24 +2.24
Rise Up Australia Tony Maunder 565 0.70 +0.70
Total formal votes 80,740 94.97 +0.60
Informal votes 4,276 5.03 −0.60
Turnout 85,016 94.13 +0.45
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Scott Buchholz 49,930 61.84 +1.69
Labor Sharon Murakami 30,810 38.16 −1.69
Liberal National hold Swing +1.69

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