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Electoral results for the Division of Ballarat

This is a list of electoral results for the Division of Ballarat in Australian federal elections from the division’s creation in 1901 until the present. The seat was known as Ballaarat from 1901 until 1977.

Contents

1 Members
2 Election results

2.1 Elections in the 2010s
2.2 Elections in the 2000s
2.3 Elections in the 1990s
2.4 Elections in the 1980s
2.5 Elections in the 1970s
2.6 Elections in the 1960s
2.7 Elections in the 1950s
2.8 Elections in the 1940s
2.9 Elections in the 1930s
2.10 Elections in the 1920s
2.11 Elections in the 1910s
2.12 Elections in the 1900s

3 References

Members[edit]

Member
Party
Term

 
Alfred Deakin
Protectionist
1901–1909

 
Commonwealth Liberal
1909–1913

 
Charles McGrath
Labor
1913–1919

 
Edwin Kerby
Nationalist
1919–1920

 
Charles McGrath
Labor
1920–1931

 
United Australia
1931–1934

 
Archibald Fisken
United Australia
1934–1937

 
Reg Pollard
Labor
1937–1949

 
Alan Pittard
Liberal
1949–1951

 
Bob Joshua
Labor
1951–1955

 
Labor (Anti-Communist)
1955–1955

 
Dudley Erwin
Liberal
1955–1975

 
Jim Short
Liberal
1975–1980

 
John Mildren
Labor
1980–1990

 
Michael Ronaldson
Liberal
1990–2001

 
Catherine King
Labor
2001–present

Election results[edit]
Elections in the 2010s[edit]

Australian federal election, 2016: Ballarat

Party
Candidate
Votes
%
±

Labor
Catherine King
42,275
43.27
+1.36

Liberal
Sarah Wade
33,931
34.73
−3.27

Greens
Alice Barnes
10,551
10.80
+1.29

National
Paul Tatchell
4,108
4.20
+4.20

Christians
Dianne Colbert
2,023
2.07
+0.85

Family First
Graham Howard
1,896
1.94
+0.72

Independent
Bren Eckel
1,802
1.84
+1.84

Rise Up Australia
Tran Tran
1,121
1.15
+0.91

Total formal votes
97,707
94.71
−0.63

Informal votes
5,461
5.29
+0.63

Turnout
103,168
93.12
−1.80

Two-party-preferred result

Labor
Catherine King
56,002
57.32
+2.43

Liberal
Sarah Wade
41,705
42.68
−2.43

Labor hold
Swing
+2.43

Australian federal election, 2013: Ballarat

Party
Candidate
Votes
%
±

Labor
Catherine King
39,251
41.91
−9.84

Liberal
John Fitzgibbon
35,592
38.00
+4.05

Greens
Stephanie Hodgins-May
8,911
9.51
−1.83

Palmer United
Gerard Murphy
3,396
3.63
+3.63

Sex Party
Joshua Mathieson
2,135
2.28
+2.28

Christians
Anne Foster
1,139
1.22
+1.22

Family First
Shane Clark
1,139
1.22
−1.74

Democratic Labour
Stephen Vereker
1,022
1.
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