Electoral results for the district of Narrogin

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This is a list of electoral results for the Electoral district of Narrogin in Western Australian state elections.

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Members for Narrogin

MemberPartyTerm
  Victor Doney Country 1950–1956
  William Manning Country1956–1974
  Peter Jones Country1974–1975
 National Country1975–1985
  Liberal 1985–1986
  Cambell Nalder National1986–1987
  Bob Wiese National1987–1989

Election results

Elections in the 1980s

1987 Narrogin state by-election
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
National Bob Wiese 3,85449.8+6.8
Liberal Brian Page2,67534.5-4.2
Labor Lorna Long1,21315.7-2.7
Total formal votes7,74298.9+0.5
Informal votes861.1-0.5
Turnout 7,82886.0-8.2
Two-candidate-preferred result
National Bob Wiese 4,65660.1+1.0
Liberal Brian Page3,08639.9-1.0
National hold Swing +1.0
1986 Western Australian state election: Narrogin [1]
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
National Cambell Nalder 3,69043.0-57.0
Liberal Peter Jones 3,31938.7+38.7
Labor Wayne White1,57618.4+18.4
Total formal votes8,58598.4
Informal votes1381.6
Turnout 8,72394.2
Two-candidate-preferred result
National Cambell Nalder 5,07159.1-40.9
Liberal Peter Jones 3,51440.9+40.9
National hold Swing -40.9
1983 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
National Country Peter Jones unopposed
National Country hold Swing
1980 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
National Country Peter Jones 5,39777.0-1.8
Labor Malcolm Turner1,61423.0+23.0
Total formal votes7,01198.1+2.7
Informal votes1361.9-2.7
Turnout 7,14792.0-1.6
National Country hold Swing N/A

Elections in the 1970s

1977 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
National Country Peter Jones 5,51078.8
Liberal Francesco Buemi1,47921.2
Total formal votes6,98995.4
Informal votes3374.6
Turnout 7,32693.6
National Country hold Swing N/A
1974 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
National Alliance Peter Jones 3,59350.9
Liberal Robert Farr1,97828.0
Labor Gordon Appleton1,49221.1
Total formal votes7,06398.1
Informal votes1401.9
Turnout 7,20392.4
Two-party-preferred result
National Alliance Peter Jones 4,93669.9
Labor Gordon Appleton2,12730.1
National Alliance hold Swing
1971 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Country William Manning 1,91933.0-67.0
Labor Malcolm Turner1,85631.9+31.9
Liberal Harry Pennington1,21220.8+20.8
United FarmersMalcolm McNaughton5409.3+9.3
Democratic Labor Terry Stevenson2864.9+4.9
Total formal votes5,81394.8
Informal votes3165.2
Turnout 6,12994.0
Two-party-preferred result
Country William Manning 3,35757.7-42.3
Labor Malcolm Turner2,45642.3+42.3
Country hold Swing N/A

Elections in the 1960s

1968 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Country William Manning unopposed
Country hold Swing
1965 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Country William Manning 3,95880.5-19.5
Independent Percy Munday95719.5+19.5
Total formal votes4,91596.4
Informal votes1843.6
Turnout 5,09993.3
Country hold Swing
1962 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Country William Manning unopposed
Country hold Swing
1959 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Country William Manning 3,75072.3+50.9
Labor Percy Munday1,43427.7-1.1
Total formal votes5,18498.8+0.7
Informal votes611.2-0.7
Turnout 5,24593.2+0.1
Country hold Swing +6.8
1956 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Labor Percy Munday1,41228.8
Country Bill Robinson 1,04921.4
Country William Manning 1,04721.4
Liberal and Country Robert Farr1,01720.8
Country Frank Ashworth3737.6
Total formal votes4,89898.1
Informal votes931.9
Turnout 4,99193.1
Two-party-preferred result
Country William Manning 3,20965.5
Labor Percy Munday1,68934.5
Country hold Swing
1953 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Country Victor Doney unopposed
Country hold Swing
1950 Western Australian state election: Narrogin
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Country Victor Doney unopposed
Country hold Swing

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References

  1. Prescott, David Black with the assistance of Valerie (1997). Election statistics : Legislative Assembly of Western Australia, 1890-1996. Perth, [W.A.]: Western Australian Parliamentary History Project and Western Australian Electoral Commission. ISBN   0730984095.