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O’Dowd Finally Declared Victor

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Member for Flynn Ken O’Dowd and Member for Maranoa David Littleproud

June 12, 2019

The Federal Election is finally over for South Burnett residents with the official declaration on Wednesday afternoon of the results for Flynn.

The results in all three Federal seats that cross the South Burnett – Wide Bay, Flynn and Maranoa – have now been declared.

The re-elected Federal Member for Flynn, Ken O’Dowd, attended the Australian Electoral Commission office in Gladstone to hear Flynn Divisional Returning Officer Kathryn Bolt declare the results.

“It is an honour to be officially re-elected as the Member for Flynn for another term,” Mr O’Dowd said.

“In my maiden speech I said and I will say it again – to represent the Queenslanders in Flynn is a great responsibility and for as long as I am entrusted with this responsibility I will give it absolutely everything I have.”

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Flynn

Two party-preferred:

  • Ken O’Dowd (LNP): 58.66 per cent  (+7.62 per cent swing)
  • Zac Beers (ALP): 41.34 per cent

First preferences (in ballot paper order):

Candidate Party Votes % Swing (%)
Beers, Zac Australian Labor Party 25,628 28.65 -4.74
Harris, Nathan United Australia Party 3798 4.25 +4.25
Baker, Jaiben The Greens 2744 3.07 +0.30
Peterson, Murray Independent 1994 2.23 +2.23
Lohse, Sharon Pauline Hanson’s One Nation 17,531 19.60 +2.45
Scott, Duncan George Independent 1384 1.55 +0.56
Hiesler, Marcus John Fraser Anning’s Conservative National Party 2484 2.78 +2.78
O’Dowd, Ken Liberal National Party of Queensland 33,894 37.89 +0.83

 

Eligible electors: 103,056
Formal votes:
89,457
Informal votes: 5517
Total: 94,974

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Maranoa

Two party-preferred:

  • David Littleproud (LNP): 72.49 per cent  (+6.63 per cent swing)
  • Rosemary Moulden (PHON): 27.51 per cent

First preferences (in ballot paper order):

Candidate Party Votes % Swing (%)
Little, Linda Australian Labor Party 14,427 15.55 -2.72
Littleproud, David Liberal National Party of Queensland 51,950 56.00 +6.81
Wallis, Anthony Katter’s Australian Party 4245 4.58 -0.20
Saunders, Julie Marie United Australia Party 3367 3.63 +3.63
Christiansen, Darren Lee Fraser Anning’s Conservative National Party 2030 2.19 +2.19
Moulden, Rosemary Pauline Hanson’s One Nation 13,564 14.62 -3.20
Chidley, Emmeline The Greens 3177 3.42 +0.03

 

Eligible electors: 105,043
Formal votes:
92,760
Informal votes: 3813
Total: 96,573

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Wide Bay

Two party-preferred:

  • Llew O’Brien (LNP): 63.15 per cent  (+4.96 per cent swing)
  • Jason Scanes (ALP): 36.85 per cent

First preferences (in ballot paper order):

Candidate Party Votes % Swing (%)
Bryar, Daniel The Greens 9330 9.94 +1.74
Scanes, Jason Australian Labor Party 20,418 21.75 -0.81
Schebella, Andrew United Australia Party 3385 3.61 +3.61
O’Brien, Llew Liberal National Party of Queensland 44,204 47.09 +3.23
Jerome, Tim Independent 4220 4.50 +4.50
Smith, Jasmine Fraser Anning’s Conservative National Party 2149 2.29 +2.29
Vico, Aaron Pauline Hanson’s One Nation 10,166 10.83 -4.73

 

Eligible electors: 107,516
Formal votes:
93,872
Informal votes: 4667
Total: 98,539


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