Electoral district of Toongabbie

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Toongabbie was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales, created at the 2004 redistribution of electoral districts largely replacing the abolished district of Wentworthville. It was contested for the first time in the 2007 general election and abolished in the 2013 redistribution, largely replaced by Seven Hills. [1] Its only member was the former Premier of New South Wales Nathan Rees from the Labor Party. [2] [3] [4]

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Members for Toongabbie

MemberPartyTerm
  Nathan Rees Labor 2007–2015

Election results

2011 New South Wales state election: Toongabbie [5]
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Labor Nathan Rees 18,34041.2-10.5
Liberal Kirsty Lloyd17,88940.2+12.6
Greens Len Hobbs2,3675.3-1.5
Shooters and Fishers Peter Johnson2,3465.3+5.3
Christian Democrats Brendon Prentice2,0164.5-3.4
Independent Michele Read9422.1+2.1
Independent Ashok Kumar6241.4+1.4
Total formal votes44,52496.4+0.4
Informal votes1,6713.6-0.4
Turnout 46,19593.9-2.0
Two-party-preferred result
Labor Nathan Rees 19,98950.3-14.2
Liberal Kirsty Lloyd19,78449.7+14.2
Labor hold Swing -14.2

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References

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