Mordialloc District 2014

Mordialloc District 2014

Polling Day Saturday 29 November 2014

Victoria Electoral Commission

Victor P Taffa

Victoria State Election 2014: Mordialloc District Candidates

11 Candidates are listed in the order in which they will appear on the Lower House ballot paper for Mordialloc District.

Candidate                                          Affiliation

BRICK, Damien                                 DEMOCRATIC LABOUR PARTY (DLP)

RICHARDSON, Tim                         AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY

OXLEY, Georgina

FIGUEROA, Rod                                RISE UP AUSTRALIA PARTY

GOVENDER, Jeevaloshni                 FAMILY FIRST

CHELLEW, Tristram                         SEX PARTY

WREFORD, Lorraine                         LIBERAL

BRESKIN, Alexander                        AUSTRALIAN GREENS

POMPEI, Leon

OXLEY, Victoria

WEST, Rosemary

 

Boundary Changes:

The 2012-2013 redivision of State electoral boundaries made the following changes to the boundaries of Mordialloc District.

Mordialloc Lost:

10,662 electors to Clarinda District (Parts of Cheltenham, Dingley Village, Heatherton and Springvale South)

9,333 electors to Keysborough District (Braeside and Waterways. Parts of Dingley Village and Springvale South.)

1,762 electors to Sandringham District (Parts of Cheltenham and Highett).

 

Mordialloc Gained:

22,086 electors from Carrum District (Aspendale, Aspendale Gardens, Chelsea, Chelsea Heights and Edithvale)

143 electors from Lyndhurst District (Part of Bangholme)

 

Upper House Region:

South Eastern Metropolitan Region

Election Results:

Two-party preferred vote, 2010 State election:

ALP:               17,616             47.93%

Liberal:            19,137             52.07%

Estimated two-party preferred vote on 2014 boundaries:*

ALP:               18,864             48.5%

Liberal:            20,032             51.5%

*These estimates are based on 2010 figures

 

Sitting Member

Lorraine Wreford – Liberal

Historical Pattern

1992-2002       Liberal

2002-2010       ALP

2010-Present  Liberal