2022 Federal Election

Updated: Thu, 16 Jun 2022 2:47:33 PM AEST

Macnamara, VIC

This table provides the current two candidate preferred (TCP) count for the division. The data includes swing - a comparison of the percentage of TCP votes received at the previous federal election compared to the current federal election.

Notes:

  1. Two candidate preferred or TCP is a count of the two leading candidates only. Votes are recorded for a particular candidate if the preference on the ballot paper for that candidate is higher than the alternative TCP candidate, regardless of other preferences. The TCP count ultimately determines who wins the seat.
  2. The term 'Previous election' may not relate to actual results from the last event. Redistributions of electoral boundaries are taken into account and may produce notional results for any electoral division in a redistributed state or territory. See www.aec.gov.au/redistribution for further information.
  3. These results are not final.
Two candidate preferred (TCP) for Macnamara (VIC) 41 of 41 polling places returned and 100.00% of the ballot papers counted thus far have also had a TCP count undertaken.
Candidate Party Votes Margin This election (%) Previous election (%) Swing (%) Status
HARKIN, ColleenLiberal35,120-22,79137.7545.09-7.34 
BURNS, JoshAustralian Labor Party57,91122,79162.2554.91+7.34Re-elected

This table provides the number of first preference votes received for all candidates in the division. The data includes swing - a comparison of the percentage of first preference votes received at the previous federal election compared to the current federal election.

This table is sortable by selecting on column headers.

Notes:

  1. These results are not final.
First preference count for the division of Macnamara (VIC)
41 of 41 polling places returned.
Candidate Party Votes % Swing (%) Status
MYERS, John B Independent 1,835 1.97 +1.97  
HARKIN, Colleen Liberal 26,976 29.00 -9.72  
BURNS, Josh Australian Labor Party 29,552 31.77 +0.93 Re-elected
ANNE, Debera Pauline Hanson's One Nation 1,349 1.45 +1.45  
McCATHIE, Rob Liberal Democrats 1,946 2.09 +2.09  
SCHULTZ, Ben Animal Justice Party 1,724 1.85 -0.08  
HODGINS-MAY, Steph The Greens 27,587 29.65 +5.46  
HICKEY, Jane Elizabeth United Australia Party 2,062 2.22 +1.01  
...... Sustainable Australia Party - Stop Overdevelopment / Corruption 0 0.00 -1.07  
...... Rise Up Australia Party 0 0.00 -0.30  
...... Other 0 0.00 -1.73  
Formal   93,031 96.57 +0.36  
Informal   3,302 3.43 -0.36  
Total   96,333  

This table provides the number and percentage breakdown of first preference votes received by vote type for the division.

This table is sortable by selecting on column headers.

Notes:

  1. An ordinary vote is a vote cast by an elector when their name can be verified on the electoral roll at the place of voting. This can be at an early voting centre or polling place in the voter's own division or at an interstate voting centre.
  2. An absent vote is a vote cast at a polling place outside of a voter's electoral division, but still within their state or territory.
  3. Provisional votes are votes cast at a polling place where the elector's name cannot be found on the roll, the elector's name has already been marked off the roll or votes cast by a silent elector.
  4. These results are not final.
First preferences by vote type
Candidate Party Ordinary Absent Provisional Declaration pre-poll Postal Total Status
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
MYERS, John B Independent 1,102 1.73 140 3.09 17 5.09 166 3.31 410 2.12 1,835 1.97  
HARKIN, Colleen Liberal 17,073 26.76 1,123 24.77 83 24.85 1,344 26.79 7,353 38.00 26,976 29.00  
BURNS, Josh Australian Labor Party 20,603 32.30 1,267 27.94 102 30.54 1,455 29.00 6,125 31.65 29,552 31.77 Re-elected
ANNE, Debera Pauline Hanson's One Nation 899 1.41 97 2.14 3 0.90 119 2.37 231 1.19 1,349 1.45  
McCATHIE, Rob Liberal Democrats 1,254 1.97 114 2.51 15 4.49 137 2.73 426 2.20 1,946 2.09  
SCHULTZ, Ben Animal Justice Party 1,110 1.74 97 2.14 11 3.29 135 2.69 371 1.92 1,724 1.85  
HODGINS-MAY, Steph The Greens 20,478 32.10 1,547 34.12 94 28.14 1,473 29.36 3,995 20.65 27,587 29.65  
HICKEY, Jane Elizabeth United Australia Party 1,277 2.00 149 3.29 9 2.69 188 3.75 439 2.27 2,062 2.22  
Formal   63,796 96.48 4,534 95.17 334 94.08 5,017 96.69 19,350 97.22 93,031 96.57  
Informal   2,325 3.52 230 4.83 21 5.92 172 3.31 554 2.78 3,302 3.43  
Total   66,121 68.64 4,764 4.95 355 0.37 5,189 5.39 19,904 20.66 96,333 87.10  

This table provides the number and percentage breakdown of two candidate preferred (TCP) votes received by vote type for the division.

This table is sortable by selecting on column headers.

Notes:

  1. Two candidate preferred or TCP is a count of the two leading candidates only. Votes are recorded for a particular candidate if the preference on the ballot paper for that candidate is higher than the alternative TCP candidate, regardless of other preferences. The TCP count ultimately determines who wins the seat.
  2. An ordinary vote is a vote cast by an elector when their name can be verified on the electoral roll at the place of voting. This can be at an early voting centre or polling place in the voter's own division or at an interstate voting centre.
  3. An absent vote is a vote cast at a polling place outside of a voter's electoral division, but still within their state or territory.
  4. Provisional votes are votes cast at a polling place where the elector's name cannot be found on the roll, the elector's name has already been marked off the roll or votes cast by a silent elector.
  5. These results are not final.
Two candidate preferred result by vote type
Candidate Party Ordinary Absent Provisional Declaration pre-poll Postal Total Status
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
HARKIN, Colleen Liberal 22,345 35.03 1,647 36.33 122 36.53 1,973 39.33 9,033 46.68 35,120 37.75  
BURNS, Josh Australian Labor Party 41,451 64.97 2,887 63.67 212 63.47 3,044 60.67 10,317 53.32 57,911 62.25 Re-elected

This table provides a list of the polling places in the division and the time and date of the most recent updated results for that polling place.

This table is sortable by selecting on column headers and you can find polling place results by selecting on the name of the polling place.

Notes:

  1. These results are not final.
Polling places for Macnamara (VIC)
Polling place Street address First preference returned Two candidate preferred (TCP) returned
Albert Park Deaf Children Australia, 597 St Kilda Rd, MELBOURNE VIC 3004 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:20:28 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:20:28 PM AEST
Alfred Square Christ Church Community Centre, 14 Acland St, ST KILDA VIC 3182 Tue, 24 May 2022 4:01:20 PM AEST Tue, 24 May 2022 4:01:20 PM AEST
Balaclava St Kilda Police & Citizens Youth Club, 179 Inkerman St, ST KILDA VIC 3182 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:25:07 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:25:07 PM AEST
Bridport South Melbourne Park Primary School, 29A Albert Road Dr South, ALBERT PARK VIC 3206 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 11:54:27 AM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 11:54:27 AM AEST
Brighton MACNAMARA PPVC St Stephen's Church Hall, 111 North Rd, (Access via Cochrane St), BRIGHTON VIC 3186 Mon, 13 Jun 2022 12:56:59 PM AEST Mon, 13 Jun 2022 12:56:59 PM AEST
Caulfield Caulfield Presbyterian Church Hall, 1 Neerim Rd, CAULFIELD VIC 3162 Tue, 24 May 2022 3:58:40 PM AEST Tue, 24 May 2022 3:58:40 PM AEST
Caulfield East Glen Eira College, 76 Booran Rd, CAULFIELD EAST VIC 3145 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:31:09 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:31:09 PM AEST
Caulfield North Caulfield Indonesian Uniting Church Hall, 158 Balaclava Rd, CAULFIELD NORTH VIC 3161 Wed, 25 May 2022 4:14:30 PM AEST Wed, 25 May 2022 4:14:30 PM AEST
Caulfield South Central (Macnamara) Caulfield Primary School, 724 Glen Huntly Rd, CAULFIELD SOUTH VIC 3162 Wed, 25 May 2022 4:17:39 PM AEST Wed, 25 May 2022 4:17:39 PM AEST
Caulfield Upper Caulfield Junior College, Caulfield Junior College, 186 Balaclava Rd, CAULFIELD NORTH VIC 3161 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 1:17:00 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 1:17:00 PM AEST
Duggan Betty Day Centre, 67 Argyle St, ST KILDA VIC 3182 Fri, 27 May 2022 10:35:51 AM AEST Fri, 27 May 2022 10:35:51 AM AEST
EAV COVID19 Macnamara PPVC AEC National EAV2 Centre, 10 Mort St, CANBERRA ACT 2601 Tue, 31 May 2022 5:42:07 PM AEST Tue, 31 May 2022 5:42:07 PM AEST
EAV Macnamara PPVC AEC National EAV Centre, 10 Mort St, CANBERRA ACT 2601 Fri, 03 Jun 2022 5:11:31 PM AEST Fri, 03 Jun 2022 5:11:31 PM AEST
Elsternwick (Macnamara) Uniting Church Hall Elsternwick, 567 Glen Huntly Rd, ELSTERNWICK VIC 3185 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 2:47:41 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 2:47:41 PM AEST
Elwood St Columba's Primary School Elwood, St Columbas Primary School, 24 Glen Huntly Rd, ELWOOD VIC 3184 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 2:43:45 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 2:43:45 PM AEST
Elwood Central Elwood College, Elwood Secondary College, 101 Glen Huntly Rd, ELWOOD VIC 3184 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 1:37:42 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 1:37:42 PM AEST
Elwood North Elwood Primary School, Elwood Primary School, 49 Scott St, ELWOOD VIC 3184 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 3:49:31 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 3:49:31 PM AEST
Emerald Hill Old School Hall, St Peter & Paul's Church, cnr Montague and Bank Sts, SOUTH MELBOURNE VIC 3207 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:35:36 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:35:36 PM AEST
Fawkner Park (Macnamara) St Martins Hall, 120 Millswyn St, SOUTH YARRA VIC 3141 Thu, 26 May 2022 5:49:56 PM AEST Thu, 26 May 2022 5:49:56 PM AEST
Kerferd Middle Park Primary School, 194 Richardson St, MIDDLE PARK VIC 3206 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:49:11 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 12:49:11 PM AEST
Malvern MACNAMARA PPVC St George's Anglican Church, 296 Glenferrie Rd, MALVERN VIC 3144 Mon, 13 Jun 2022 12:28:53 PM AEST Mon, 13 Jun 2022 12:28:53 PM AEST
Melbourne (Macnamara) Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Door 10, Halls 19 & 20, 1 Convention Centre Pl, SOUTH WHARF VIC 3006 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 1:24:28 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 1:24:28 PM AEST
Melbourne MACNAMARA PPVC Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Door 10, Halls 19 & 20, 1 Convention Centre Pl, SOUTH WHARF VIC 3006 Mon, 13 Jun 2022 4:15:22 PM AEST Mon, 13 Jun 2022 4:15:22 PM AEST
Middle Park Middle Park Community Centre, Preschool Association Middle Park In, 254-256 Richardson St, MIDDLE PARK VIC 3206 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 5:40:15 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 5:40:15 PM AEST
Port Melbourne Liardet Hall (Southport Community Centre), Liardet Street Community Centre, 154 Liardet St, PORT MELBOURNE VIC 3207 Sat, 28 May 2022 2:09:30 PM AEST Sat, 28 May 2022 2:09:30 PM AEST
Port Melbourne Beach Albert Park College Environmental Arts Hub, Albert Park Secondary College, 40 Bay St, PORT MELBOURNE VIC 3207 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 3:53:23 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 3:53:23 PM AEST
Port Melbourne West Port Melbourne Primary School, 415 Graham St, PORT MELBOURNE VIC 3207 Thu, 26 May 2022 6:05:51 PM AEST Thu, 26 May 2022 6:05:51 PM AEST
Prahran (Macnamara) Grattan Gardens Community Centre, 40 Grattan St, PRAHRAN VIC 3181 Wed, 25 May 2022 5:51:27 PM AEST Wed, 25 May 2022 5:51:27 PM AEST
Prahran East (Macnamara) Prahran High School, 138 High St, WINDSOR VIC 3181 Wed, 25 May 2022 5:48:02 PM AEST Wed, 25 May 2022 5:48:02 PM AEST
Ripponlea Ripponlea Primary School, 25 Carrington Gr, ST KILDA EAST VIC 3183 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 5:37:39 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 5:37:39 PM AEST
St Kilda St Kilda Primary School, 2B Brighton Road, ST KILDA VIC 3182 Mon, 13 Jun 2022 12:38:27 PM AEST Mon, 13 Jun 2022 12:38:27 PM AEST
St Kilda MACNAMARA PPVC Deaf Children Australia, 597 St Kilda Rd, MELBOURNE VIC 3004 Mon, 13 Jun 2022 4:03:00 PM AEST Mon, 13 Jun 2022 4:03:00 PM AEST
St Kilda North (Macnamara) St Mary's Parish Hall, 208 Dandenong Rd, ST KILDA EAST VIC 3183 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 5:32:58 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 5:32:58 PM AEST
St Kilda Park St Kilda Park Primary School, 68 Fitzroy St, ST KILDA VIC 3182 Fri, 27 May 2022 12:04:09 PM AEST Fri, 27 May 2022 12:04:09 PM AEST
St Kilda West St Kilda Town Hall, 99A Carlisle St, ST KILDA VIC 3182 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 1:11:00 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 1:11:00 PM AEST
Sandridge Fishermans Bend Community Centre, 10 Centre Ave, PORT MELBOURNE VIC 3207 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 3:59:11 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 3:59:11 PM AEST
Southbank Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School, 57 Miles St, SOUTHBANK VIC 3006 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 4:06:22 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 4:06:22 PM AEST
Southbank North The Octagon, University of Melbourne Southbank Campus, 50 Dodds Street, Southbank VIC 3006 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 2:06:06 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 2:06:06 PM AEST
South Melbourne South Melbourne Community Centre, 1 Ferrars Pl, SOUTH MELBOURNE VIC 3205 Sun, 12 Jun 2022 4:02:35 PM AEST Sun, 12 Jun 2022 4:02:35 PM AEST
South Yarra MACNAMARA PPVC South Yarra Community Baptist Church, 12 Surrey Rd, SOUTH YARRA VIC 3141 Tue, 31 May 2022 6:15:26 PM AEST Tue, 31 May 2022 6:15:26 PM AEST
Windsor (Macnamara) Windsor Primary School, 12 Hornby St, WINDSOR VIC 3181 Fri, 27 May 2022 12:27:06 PM AEST Fri, 27 May 2022 12:27:06 PM AEST

This table provides the current two candidate preferred (TCP) count for each polling place in the division. The data includes swing - a comparison of the percentage of TCP votes received at the previous federal election compared to the current federal election.

This table is sortable by selecting on column headers and you can find polling place results by selecting on the name of the polling place.

Notes:

  1. Two candidate preferred or TCP is a count of the two leading candidates only. Votes are recorded for a particular candidate if the preference on the ballot paper for that candidate is higher than the alternative TCP candidate, regardless of other preferences. The TCP count ultimately determines who wins the seat.
  2. These results are not final.
Two candidate preferred by polling place
Polling place Formal BURNS, Josh
Australian Labor Party
HARKIN, Colleen
Liberal
Swing
Votes % Votes %
Albert Park 865 524 60.58 341 39.42 4.15
Alfred Square 1,087 843 77.55 244 22.45 4.17
Balaclava 841 633 75.27 208 24.73 3.46
Bridport 1,017 651 64.01 366 35.99 5.46
Brighton MACNAMARA PPVC 3,912 2,437 62.30 1,475 37.70 6.95
Caulfield 585 304 51.97 281 48.03 10.90
Caulfield East 997 617 61.89 380 38.11 7.56
Caulfield North 1,156 602 52.08 554 47.92 6.39
Caulfield South Central (Macnamara) 512 307 59.96 205 40.04 5.43
Caulfield Upper 1,389 877 63.14 512 36.86 6.71
Duggan 742 565 76.15 177 23.85 4.62
EAV COVID19 Macnamara PPVC 476 338 71.01 138 28.99 71.01
EAV Macnamara PPVC 26 18 69.23 8 30.77 2.56
Elsternwick (Macnamara) 1,064 668 62.78 396 37.22 5.29
Elwood 1,412 928 65.72 484 34.28 4.08
Elwood Central 845 600 71.01 245 28.99 4.34
Elwood North 1,478 1,121 75.85 357 24.15 3.73
Emerald Hill 1,508 947 62.80 561 37.20 4.75
Fawkner Park (Macnamara) 961 633 65.87 328 34.13 7.51
Kerferd 1,491 881 59.09 610 40.91 3.81
Malvern MACNAMARA PPVC 4,765 2,352 49.36 2,413 50.64 10.94
Melbourne (Macnamara) 946 627 66.28 319 33.72 2.96
Melbourne MACNAMARA PPVC 6,979 4,435 63.55 2,544 36.45 7.06
Middle Park 1,153 705 61.14 448 38.86 9.48
Port Melbourne 1,183 700 59.17 483 40.83 0.80
Port Melbourne Beach 1,457 811 55.66 646 44.34 6.11
Port Melbourne West 1,613 968 60.01 645 39.99 4.90
Prahran (Macnamara) 149 93 62.42 56 37.58 -1.13
Prahran East (Macnamara) 126 91 72.22 35 27.78 10.32
Ripponlea 1,268 938 73.97 330 26.03 6.71
Sandridge 1,093 667 61.02 426 38.98 2.80
South Melbourne 1,224 810 66.18 414 33.82 5.66
South Yarra MACNAMARA PPVC 2,114 1,413 66.84 701 33.16 15.99
Southbank 1,269 908 71.55 361 28.45 12.08
Southbank North 976 692 70.90 284 29.10 11.42
St Kilda 2,030 1,633 80.44 397 19.56 2.77
St Kilda MACNAMARA PPVC 8,929 5,966 66.82 2,963 33.18 9.60
St Kilda North (Macnamara) 1,258 931 74.01 327 25.99 0.75
St Kilda Park 1,697 1,300 76.61 397 23.39 4.07
St Kilda West 985 738 74.92 247 25.08 2.59
Windsor (Macnamara) 218 179 82.11 39 17.89 11.80
ABSENT 4,534 2,887 63.67 1,647 36.33 0.00
PRE_POLL 5,017 3,044 60.67 1,973 39.33 0.00
POSTAL 19,350 10,317 53.32 9,033 46.68 0.00
PROVISIONAL 334 212 63.47 122 36.53 0.00
Division Total 93,031 57,911 62.25 35,120 37.75 7.34

Profile of division of Macnamara (VIC)
Elected member Burns, J (ALP). Elected 2019.
Name derivation Named in honour of Dame Annie Jean Macnamara DBE, 1899-1968. Macnamara was a medical researcher and doctor who discovered there was more than one type of the polio virus and worked extensively with children suffering from poliomyelitis, training doctors in the management of the disease.
First proclaimed / election 2021/2019
Area 40 sq. kms
Demographic Inner Metropolitan
Pre-Election seat status Marginal
Seat status Safe
Location The Division of Macnamara consists of Port Phillip City Council, part of Glen Eira City Council and part of Melbourne City Council.
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