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Commonwealth Parliament, House of Representatives election in Western Australia

(for more information on this election see national summary for the House of Representatives)

Election of 9 October 2004


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House of Representatives votes and seats won in Western Australia

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Election held on 9 October 2004
Criteria for the inclusion of parties in this table are set out in the Glossary under 'listed party'

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Party Name First preference vote n First preference vote share % Change from previous election % Seats won n Uncontested seats held n Seat share %
Liberal Party  528,016  48.13  +6.74  10  66.67 
Australian Labor Party  381,200  34.75  -2.40  33.33 
Australian Greens  84,100  7.67     
Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party  27,650  2.52  -3.75     
Christian Democratic Party  24,650  2.25     
Australian Democrats  16,298  1.49  -3.18     
Votes for other than listed parties 35,159 3.20 -0.70       
Totals 1,097,073  100.00    15  100.00 


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* Party did not contest previous election or did not meet criteria for listing, or contested previous election under a different party name.

Notes

Australian Greens and Greens WA: Before this election (2004), the Green Party in Western Australia agreed to field candidates in federal elections under the label of Australian Greens to match the name used in other states, rather than 'Greens WA' the name used in previous federal elections. The label 'Greens WA' would continue to be used for Western Australian state elections. At the previous House of Representatives election in 2001, the Greens WA had won 64,939 votes in Western Australia (5.99 percent of the statewide vote).

One Nation and Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party: The name of Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party was changed to One Nation in some states. The original party name has been maintained in this database at this election to permit comparison over time and between states.

Sources

The Australian Electoral Commission website, House of Representatives 'State Totals' (https://bit.ly/2rMLgqO [accessed 13 December 2004].

These figures are not final -- enrolment figures may be subject to small variations.