Peter Dutton Election Results|Federal Election 2022 Results

cook election results 2022|Australia Elections 2022 Result|live updates federal election|fowler election results|kooyong election results|cowper election results 2022:Defence Minister Peter Dutton has held onto his Queensland seat of Dickson after fending off a push from Labor’s Ali France, and could step into the role of the next Liberal leader.Addressing his supporters, Dutton paid tribute to colleagues who were in danger of losing their seats, including Treasurer Josh Frydenberg, calling it a “terrible day” for the Liberal Party.

Peter Dutton was on the verge of getting booted out of parliament with Labor gaining a massive swing against the Coalition when the early votes rolled in.But now he’s back in the lead and predicted to win – and set to take over as the new Liberal Party leader.The ABC briefly projected the Defence Minister would lose his long-held Queensland seat after holding it for almost two decades.But just minutes after making the shock call that climate-conscious campaigner Ali France would claim the Division of Dickson, the projection changed.

Peter Dutton Election Results

Defence Minister suffers 5.2 per cent drop in primary support in early counting as Labor’s Ali France leads the two-party preferred count.Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Saturday conceded defeat in national elections following a ‘difficult night’ for his conservative government. “Tonight I have spoken to the Leader of the Opposition and the incoming Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese, and I’ve congratulated him on his election victory this evening,” Morrison said in a televised speech.

Newly elected prime minister Anthony Albanese says his team will work every day to bring Australians together, saying he will lead a government “worthy of the people of Australia”. 

cook election results 2022

CandidatePartyVotes%Swing (%)Status
CAMERON, GayePauline Hanson’s One Nation4,1235.04+1.57 
DYSON, CatherineThe Greens7,6909.39+2.82 
MORRISON, ScottLiberal46,05956.27-7.79Previous Member
GUINANE, JacquelineUnited Australia Party3,6604.47+3.31 
EARLE, SimonLabor20,32324.83+1.71 
……FRASER ANNING’S CONSERVATIVE NATIONAL PARTY00.00-0.56 
……Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group)00.00-1.06 
Formal 81,85595.83+2.17 
Informal 3,5584.17-2.17 
Total 85,413

fowler election results

Labor has paid dearly for its decision to parachute Kristina Keneally into the electorate of Fowler in Sydney’s west, with the previously safe seat falling to an independent.

The new MP, succeeding Labor’s Chris Hayes, is independent Dai Le.

As the results came in, Ms Keneally gave a speech that conceded she was in trouble — she said she’d given it “everything I could”.

“To the people of Fowler, I want to say thank you to just the tens of thousands of Labor supporters who have voted for me,” she said.

“I appreciate that. I gave it everything I could. Everyone in this room gave it everything that they could and I loved rekindling the longstanding friendships I have had in southwest Sydney from my time as a premier and minister for disability, minister for planning and also a place to forward so many new friendships.”

Ms Le trails not far behind the former New South Wales Premier on first preference votes – with a massive 31 per cent swing to her favour. 

Ms Keneally sits on 35 per cent of the first preference votes, Ms Le on 34.  

In a two-party-preferred metric based on preferences, independent Dai Le leads 51.9 to 48.1 per cent, in an incredibly close race in the seat that Labor has never before lost.

kooyong election results

kooyong election results 2022

First preference

VoteSwing

Independent

Monique Ryan

Vote:41.7%23,427+41.6%

Liberal Party

Josh Frydenberg(MP)

Vote:41.4%23,302-7.7%

Labor Party

Peter Lynch

Vote:7.0%3,935-10.5%

Greens

Piers Mitchem

Vote:6.1%3,452-14.9%

Others

Vote:3.8%2,124-8.5%

cowper election results 2022

CandidatePartyVotes%Swing (%)Status
ASPIOTIS, FayePauline Hanson’s One Nation6,9488.54+8.54 
McMULLEN, KeithLabor11,29513.89+0.41 
CONAGHAN, PatThe Nationals32,56940.04-7.88Previous Member
HEISE, CazIndependent21,08925.93+25.93 
CHASELING, SimonLiberal Democrats2,9023.57+3.57 
FAIRHALL, Joshua StephenUnited Australia Party2,1832.68-0.21 
NOTT, TimothyThe Greens4,3595.36-0.35 
……Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group)00.00-2.11 
……Animal Justice Party00.00-1.93 
……Other00.00-25.97 
Formal 81,34595.22+3.39 
Informal 4,0834.78-3.39 
Total 85,428

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