New South Wales Election 2019 Make Up Of Legislative Assembly

New South Wales Election 2019 Make Up Of Legislative Assembly

New South Wales Electoral Commission

Polling Day 23 March 2019

New South Wales Legislative Assembly 2019 Outcome

Victor P Taffa

New South Wales Electoral Commission has released final votes polled for the New South Wales State Election held on Saturday 23 March 2019.

All results in every District are now been declared as all Absent, Enrolment and Provisional votes have now counted.

47 seats are required by a Party to form Majority Government in the 93 seat Legislative Assembly.

New South Wales Parliament has 2 Chambers. These being the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council.

Governments are formed by a Party having the greatest number of seats in the Legislative Assembly.

  • Legislative Assembly is also referred to as the Lower House.
  • Legislative Council is also referred to as the Upper House.

Every 4 years all seats of the Legislative Assembly are declared vacant and a General Election is held.

Legislative Council members hold a seat for 8 years with 21 of the 42 seats declared vacant every 4 years.

Liberal/National Coalition Government led by Liberal Leader Gladys Berejiklian and National Party Leader John Barilaro has been returned to office holding 48 of the 93 seats in the Legislative Assembly.

In order to have bills carried into law they must also be approved by the Legislative Council.

Royal Assent by the Governor of New South Wales is the final step for passage of a bill into law.

Party/Representation                                Seats Held

Australian Labor Party/ Country Labor         36

Independent                                                         3

Liberal Party of Australia                                  35

The Greens                                                           3

The Nationals                                                      13

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party             3

Total Seats                                                     93

 

Seats Held By Each Party Or Independent Member:

Australian Labor Party/ Country Labor (36 Members):

  • Auburn,
  • Bankstown,
  • Blacktown,
  • Blue Mountains,
  • Cabramatta,
  • Campbelltown,
  • Canterbury,
  • Cessnock,
  • Charlestown,
  • Coogee,
  • Fairfield,
  • Gosford,
  • Granville,
  • Heffron,
  • Keira,
  • Kogarah,
  • Lakemba,
  • Lismore,
  • Liverpool,
  • Londonderry,
  • Macquarie Fields,
  • Maitland,
  • Maroubra,
  • Mount Druitt,
  • Newcastle,
  • Port Stephens,
  • Prospect,
  • Rockdale,
  • Shellharbour,
  • Strathfield,
  • Summer Hill,
  • Swansea,
  • The Entrance,
  • Wallsend,
  • Wollongong,
  • Wyong.

Independent (3 Members):

  • Lake Macquarie,
  • Sydney,
  • Wagga Wagga.

Liberal Party (35 Members):

  • Albury,
  • Baulkham Hills,
  • Bega,
  • Camden,
  • Castle Hill,
  • Cronulla,
  • Davidson,
  • Drummoyne,
  • East Hills,
  • Epping,
  • Goulburn,
  • Hawkesbury,
  • Heathcote,
  • Holsworthy,
  • Hornsby,
  • Kiama,
  • Ku-ring-gai,
  • Lane Cove,
  • Manly,
  • Miranda,
  • Mulgoa,
  • North Shore,
  • Oatley,
  • Parramatta,
  • Penrith,
  • Pittwater,
  • Riverstone,
  • Ryde,
  • Seven Hills,
  • South Coast,
  • Terrigal,
  • Vaucluse,
  • Wakehurst,
  • Willoughby,
  • Wollondilly.

Greens Party (3 Members):

  • Ballina,
  • Balmain,
  • Newtown.

National Party (13 Members):

  • Bathurst,
  • Clarence,
  • Coffs Harbour,
  • Cootamundra,
  • Dubbo,
  • Monaro,
  • Myall Lakes,
  • Northern Tablelands,
  • Oxley,
  • Port Macquarie,
  • Tamworth,
  • Tweed,
  • Upper Hunter.

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party (3 Members):

  • Barwon,
  • Murray,
  • Orange.