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Highest Individual Vote Winners Since 1959

NAME

PARTY
and
SEAT

YEAR

FIRST
PREFERENCE
VOTES

PERCENTAGE OF
VALID VOTE

LOWE, Doug *
ALP
Franklin
1979
24,971#
51.2%
HODGMAN, Will
Liberal
Franklin
2014 23,589 35.2%
GRAY, Robin *
Liberal
Lyons 
1986
21,615
42.2%

BACON, Jim *

ALP
Denison

2002

21,391

35.3%

HODGMAN, Will
Liberal
Franklin
2010 20,302 31.7%
GRAY, Robin *
Liberal
Lyons 
1989
19,585
35.7%
BACON, Jim
ALP
Denison
1998
18,901
31.8%
GRAY, Robin
Liberal
Lyons
1992
18,751
31.8%
MADILL, Frank
Liberal
Bass
1992
17,154
30.9%
LENNON, Paul *
ALP
Franklin
2006 16,666 26.1%
GRAY, Robin *
Liberal
Lyons
1982
16,233
32.3%
FERGUSON, Michael
Liberal
Bass
2010 15,911 23.8%
GREEN, Bryan
ALP
Braddon
2006 15,468 24.4%
McKIM, Nick
Greens
Franklin
2010 15,462 24.1%
REECE, Eric
ALP
Braddon
1972
14,790
35.4%

# Doug Lowe's feat, whilst impressive, was achieved before the introduction of Robson Rotation which changed the way that ballot papers were printed.

* Indicates that the candidate was Premier at the time of the election.

Highest Vote winner in each electorate

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