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Electoral district of South Brisbane

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

South Brisbane
QueenslandLegislative Assembly
ECQ-2017-Final-South Brisbane.pdf
Electoral map of South Brisbane 2017
StateQueensland
Created1860
MPAmy MacMahon
PartyGreens
NamesakeSouth Brisbane
Electors38,892 (2020)
Area12 km2 (4.6 sq mi)
Coordinates27°29′S 153°2′E / 27.483°S 153.033°E / -27.483; 153.033
Electorates around South Brisbane:
Cooper McConnel Bulimba
Maiwar South Brisbane Greenslopes
Maiwar Miller Greenslopes
Electoral map of South Brisbane 2008
Electoral map of South Brisbane 2008

South Brisbane, also known as Brisbane South, is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland. The electorate encompasses suburbs in Brisbane's inner-south, stretching from East Brisbane to West End, and south to Annerley. Parts of Greenslopes and Coorparoo are also located in the electorate.[1]

South Brisbane is Queensland's oldest electorate, being the only one of the original 16 districts to have been contested at every election. It has generally been considered a safe seat for the Labor Party since 1915, but has in recent election cycles shifted in favour of the Greens. It has only been lost by the Labor party on four occasions: the Country and Progressive National Party's 1929 landslide victory; after the 1957 Labor split, when Premier of Queensland and sitting member Vince Gair quit the party to form the Queensland Labor Party; in 1974, at the height of the Bjelke-Petersen government's popularity; and in 2020 when Jackie Trad lost to the Greens. Anna Bligh, former Premier of Queensland, held the seat from 1995 until her resignation in 2012 after Labor's defeat at the 2012 state election on 24 March. Labor MP Jackie Trad was the member between 2012 and 2020, when Greens candidate Amy MacMahon defeated her at the second attempt.

Members

First incarnation (1860–1878, 1 member)
Member Party Term
  Henry Richards Unaligned 1860–1863
  Thomas Blacket Stephens Unaligned 1863–1875
  Richard Ash Kingsford Unaligned 1875–1878
Second incarnation (1878–1912, 2 members)
Member Party Term
  Richard Ash Kingsford Unaligned 1878–1883
  Angus Mackay Unaligned 1878–1880
  Simon Fraser Unaligned 1880–1888
  Henry Jordan Unaligned 1883–1888
  Henry Jordan Unaligned 1888–1890
  Abraham Luya Unaligned 1888–1893
  Arthur Morry Unaligned 1890–1893
  Harry Turley Labour 1893–1899
  Charles Midson Ministerialist 1893–1896
  William Stephens Ministerialist 1896–1904
  Abraham Luya Unaligned 1899
  Harry Turley Labour 1899–1902
  Alec Lamont Ministerialist 1902–1904
  William Reinhold Labour 1904–1907
  Thomas Bouchard Ministerialist/Opposition 1904–1908
  William Stephens Opposition 1907-1908
Peter Airey Kidstonites 1908
Independent Opposition 1908–1909
  John Huxham Labour 1908–1909
  Thomas Bouchard Liberal 1909–1912
  James Allan Liberal 1909–1912
Third incarnation (1912–present, 1 member)
Member Party Term
  Thomas Bouchard Liberal 1912–1915
  Edgar Free Labor 1915–1920
  Myles Ferricks Labor 1920–1929
  Neil MacGroarty Country and Progressive National 1929–1932
  Vince Gair Labor 1932–1957
  Queensland Labor 1957–1960
  Col Bennett Labor 1960–1972
  Fred Bromley Labor 1972–1974
  Colin Lamont Liberal 1974–1977
  Jim Fouras Labor 1977–1986
  Anne Warner Labor 1986–1995
  Anna Bligh Labor 1995–2012
  Jackie Trad Labor 2012–2020
  Amy MacMahon Greens 2020–present

Election results

2020 Queensland state election: South Brisbane[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Greens Amy MacMahon 12,631 37.89 +3.54
Labor Jackie Trad 11,471 34.41 −1.59
Liberal National Clem Grehan 7,616 22.85 −1.49
One Nation Rosalie Taxis 573 1.72 +1.72
Independent John Meyer 441 1.32 +1.32
Independent John Jiggens 398 1.19 +1.19
United Australia Marcus Thorne 206 0.62 +0.62
Total formal votes 33,336 97.42 +1.07
Informal votes 882 2.58 −1.07
Turnout 34,218 87.98 +4.26
Two-candidate-preferred result
Greens Amy MacMahon 18,450 55.35 +8.90
Labor Jackie Trad 14,886 44.65 −8.90
Greens gain from Labor Swing +8.90

References

  1. ^ "Representatives of Queensland State Electorates 1860-2017" (PDF). Queensland Parliamentary Record 2012-2017: The 55th Parliament. Queensland Parliament. Archived from the original on 27 April 2020.CS1 maint: unfit URL (link)
  2. ^ 2020 State General Election – South Brisbane – District Summary, ECQ.

External links

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