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Electoral district of Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay
QueenslandLegislative Assembly
Hervey Bay (2008—)
State Queensland
Dates current 1992–present
MP Ted Sorensen
Party Liberal National
Namesake Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Queensland. The electorate is centred on the city of Hervey Bay and also includes Fraser Island.

Members for Hervey Bay

Member Party Term
  Bill Nunn Labor 1992–1998
  David Dalgleish One Nation 1998–1999
  City Country Alliance 1999–2001
  Andrew McNamara Labor 2001–2009
  Ted Sorensen Liberal National 2009–present

Election results

Queensland state election, 2012: Hervey Bay[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal National Ted Sorensen 17,668 59.23 +8.87
Labor Bernice Allen 6,325 21.20 -17.45
Katter's Australian Isobel Dale 3,684 12.35 +12.35
Family First Troy Sullivan 1,124 3.77 +3.77
Greens Glenn Martin 1,029 3.45 -1.02
Total formal votes 29,830 97.84 -0.36
Informal votes 660 2.16 +0.36
Turnout 30,490 91.05 -0.27
Two-party-preferred result
Liberal National Ted Sorensen 19,160 71.72 +15.22
Labor Bernice Allen 7,556 28.28 -15.22
Liberal National hold Swing +15.22


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External links

  • Electorate Profile (Antony Green, ABC)
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