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2020 Results for Brindabella Candidates at Chisholm Polling Place

First Preferences Counted as at 4:04am 21/10/2020


Election results for each candidate in each party, counted at the specified polling place, for the selected electorate.
ACT Labor
Candidate Votes % Votes
BURCH, Joy 69 11.1%
DAY, Cathy 31 5.0%
FORDE, Brendan 31 5.0%
GENTLEMAN, Mick 69 11.1%
WERNER-GIBBINGS, Taimus 39 6.3%
Group Total 239 38.4%
Animal Justice Party
Candidate Votes % Votes
FAHIZ, Jannah 9 1.4%
SOXSMITH, Robyn 9 1.4%
Group Total 18 2.9%
Australian Federation Party Australian Capital Territory
Candidate Votes % Votes
POTTER, Jason 7 1.1%
SANDFORD, Scott 2 0.3%
Group Total 9 1.4%
Canberra Liberals
Candidate Votes % Votes
DANIELS, James 42 6.7%
HIATT, Jane 28 4.5%
LAWDER, Nicole 68 10.9%
PARTON, Mark 71 11.4%
WALL, Andrew 38 6.1%
Group Total 247 39.6%
Liberal Democrats
Candidate Votes % Votes
GOWOR, Jacob 7 1.1%
KNIGHT, Matthew 8 1.3%
Group Total 15 2.4%
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party (ACT)
Candidate Votes % Votes
BAYNHAM, Greg 11 1.8%
OLLEY, Adrian 14 2.2%
Group Total 25 4.0%
Sustainable Australia - Stop overdevelopment. Stop corruption.
Candidate Votes % Votes
CLAPHAM, Andrew 11 1.8%
WILLETT, Bruce 4 0.6%
Group Total 15 2.4%
The ACT Greens
Candidate Votes % Votes
DAVIS, Johnathan 27 4.3%
ELLERMAN, Sue 12 1.9%
NUTTALL, Laura 16 2.6%
Group Total 55 8.8%
Votes % Votes
Formal Votes 623 98.6%
Informal Votes 9
Total Votes 632

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Quota

The proportion or percentage of votes required for a candidate to be elected to the Legislative Assembly. For the ACT’s 5 member electorates the quota is approximately 16.7%

Percentages

Votes for parties, groups and candidates are always expressed as a percentage of the total formal vote in the same column. Formal and informal votes are always expressed as a percentage of the total votes in the same column. Total votes for an electorate are expressed as a percentage of the enrolment for the electorate. Total votes for the ACT are expressed as a percentage of the enrolment for the ACT.

Swings

The swings shown represent the difference in percentage terms between the result for each party and “other” candidates and the corresponding result for the 2016 election:
  •   For parties that contested the 2016 election, the swing shown is the percentage of the votes received by the party in 2020 less the percentage of the votes received by the party in 2016.
  •   For parties that did not contest the 2016 election, the swing shown is the percentage of the votes received by the party in 2020.
  •   The swing figure for “other” candidates compares results for 2020 non-party candidates with the results obtained for 2016 non-party candidates combined with any results cast in 2016 for parties that are not contesting the 2020 election.

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