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1951 Australian Labor Party leadership election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1951 Australian Labor Party
Leadership election

← 1945 20 June 1951 1954 →
 
Herbert V. Evatt.jpg
Candidate H. V. Evatt
Caucus vote Unopposed

Leader before election

Ben Chifley

Elected Leader

H. V. Evatt

A leadership election in the Australian Labor Party, then the opposition party in the Parliament of Australia, was held on 20 June 1951. It saw the election of Leader H. V. Evatt as leader following the death of sitting leader Ben Chifley.

As deputy leader, Evatt became acting leader of the party upon Chifley's death on 13 June. Prior to the meeting, there was speculation that Arthur Calwell would also contest the leadership, however by 19 June he had decided not to run.[1] As a result, Evatt was elected unopposed. In the ballot for the deputy leadership, Calwell defeated Percy Clarey by nine votes on the third ballot, following the elimination of Eddie Ward and Allan Fraser:[2]

Candidate Constituency 1st ballot 2nd ballot 3rd ballot
Arthur Calwell Melbourne (VIC) 38 36 45
Percy Clarey Bendigo (VIC) 18 27 36
Eddie Ward East Sydney (NSW) 16 18 Eliminated
Allan Fraser Eden-Monaro (NSW) 9 Eliminated Eliminated

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References

  1. ^ "Supporters of Evatt Confident". The Sydney Morning Herald. 20 June 1951.
  2. ^ "Labour's new head: Evatt unopposed". Sydney Morning Herald. 21 June 1951.
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