House of Representatives: Divisional Results  
NSW : Cook (Post Election Results) DECLARED Refresh results Print page
Enrolled : 81,487
Total Booths : 38
First Pref Booths In : 38
Votes Counted : 96.06%
AEC Date : 26/11/2001
AEC Time : 19:44:51  EST
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Candidate Party Code Votes % Swing (%)
FREW, Andy HAN 4,453 5.97 -2.36
POULOS, Patricia 453 0.61 +0.61
STRANG, Graeme IND 423 0.57 +0.57
PETERS-POWER, Cathy GRN 2,655 3.56 +1.38
BAIRD, Bruce LP 41,959 56.22 +6.14
BAILEY, Alison DEM 2,815 3.77 -0.50
YOUNG, Peri ALP 19,768 26.49 -4.60
SMITH, Malcolm CTA 1,256 1.68 +0.43
JAMES, Peter AFI 852 1.14 +1.14
..... OTH 0 0.00 -1.33
..... UNI 0 0.00 -1.47
..... RPA 0 0.00 -0.01
..... ACS 0 0.00 -0.00
..... OTH 0 0.00 +0.00
FORMAL   74,634 95.35 -0.62
INFORMAL   3,640 4.65 +0.62
TOTAL   78,274 96.06  


Total TCP Booths in : 38
Total TCP Votes Counted : 96.06%
Two Candidate Preferred Party This Election Last Election Swing (%)
BAIRD, Bruce LP 64.00% 59.37% 4.63%
YOUNG, Peri ALP 36.00% 40.63% -4.63%

Post Election Results - Two Candidate Preferred results by type

Type of Vote LP ALP
Ordinary 39,872 22,365
Absent 2,764 1,737
Postal 2,096 926
Pre-poll 2,668 1,619
Provisional 368 219
TOTAL 47,768 26,866

Post Election Results - Candidate results by type

Candidate Ordinary Absent Postal Pre-poll Provisional
FREW, Andy 3,721 269 174 243 46
POULOS, Patricia 374 45 8 18 8
STRANG, Graeme 325 44 18 28 8
PETERS-POWER, Cathy 2,151 273 59 140 32
BAIRD, Bruce 35,201 2,249 1,854 2,350 305
BAILEY, Alison 2,267 255 99 174 20
YOUNG, Peri 16,525 1,156 721 1,216 150
SMITH, Malcolm 1,053 83 51 62 7
JAMES, Peter 620 127 38 56 11
FORMAL 62,237 4,501 3,022 4,287 587
INFORMAL 3,148 268 46 138 40
TOTAL 65,385 4,769 3,068 4,425 627

Post Election Results - Candidate results by Polling Place

Polling PlaceStreet Address
Burraneer Bay Burraneer Bay Public School, 161 Burraneer Bay Rd, CARINGBAH, NSW, 2229
Caringbah Caringbah Public School, Port Hacking Rd, CARINGBAH, NSW, 2229
Caringbah Central St Philips Anglican Church Hall, Port Hacking Rd, CARINGBAH, NSW, 2229
Caringbah North Caringbah North Public School, Cawarra Rd, CARINGBAH, NSW, 2229
Caringbah West Laguna Street Public School, Laguna St, CARINGBAH, NSW, 2229
Cronulla Cronulla Public School, 18-24 Burraneer Bay Rd, CRONULLA, NSW, 2230
Cronulla Central Catholic School, Cnr Nicholson Pde & Giddings Ave, CRONULLA, NSW, 2230
Cronulla North Uniting Church Hall, Cnr Burke Rd & Gosport St, CRONULLA, NSW, 2230
Cronulla South Cronulla South Public School, Ewos Pde, CRONULLA, NSW, 2230
Dolans Bay Port Hacking Scout Hall, Turriell Bay Rd, PORT HACKING, NSW, 2229
Grays Point Grays Point Community Hall, Grays Point Rd, GRAYS POINT, NSW, 2232
Gymea North Gymea North Public School, Ruby Rd, GYMEA, NSW, 2227
Gymea South Gymea Bay Public School, Gymea Bay Rd, GYMEA BAY, NSW, 2227
Kareela Kareela Public School, Freya St, KAREELA, NSW, 2232
Kirrawee South Kirrawee High School, Hunter St, KIRRAWEE, NSW, 2232
Kurnell Kurnell Public School, Dampier St, KURNELL, NSW, 2231
Lilli Pilli Lilli Pilli Public School, 30 Lilli Pilli Point Rd, LILLI PILLI, NSW, 2229
Miranda Port Hacking High School, Kingsway, MIRANDA, NSW, 2228
Miranda Central Miranda Community Centre, Karimbla Rd, MIRANDA, NSW, 2228
Miranda North Miranda North Public School, The Boulevarde, MIRANDA, NSW, 2228
Sutherland Hospital Caringbah Community Clinic, 126 Kareena Rd, CARINGBAH, NSW, 2229
Sylvania Sylvania Public School, Princes Hwy, SYLVANIA, NSW, 2224
Sylvania Central Sylvania Heights Community Clinic, 29 Sylvania Rd, SYLVANIA, NSW, 2224
Sylvania Heights Sylvania Heights Public School, Venetia St, SYLVANIA, NSW, 2224
Sylvania Waters Southern Districts Rugby Club, 233 Belgrave Esp, SYLVANIA WATERS, NSW, 2224
Taren Point Taren Point Public School, Woodlands Rd, TAREN POINT, NSW, 2229
Sylvania South Vickery Village Community Hall, 101 Port Hacking Rd, SYLVANIA, NSW, 2224
Wanda Beach Cronulla High School, Captain Cook Dr, CRONULLA, NSW, 2230
Woolooware Woolooware Public School, Riverview Ave, WOOLOOWARE, NSW, 2230
Yowie Bay Yowie Bay Public School, Cnr Wonga & Warrah Rds, YOWIE BAY, NSW, 2228
Bundeena Bundeena Community Centre, 58 Bundeena Dr, BUNDEENA, NSW, 2230
Gymea Gymea Catholic Church Hall, Gymea Bay Rd, GYMEA, NSW, 2227
Kirrawee Kirrawee Public School, Clements Pde, KIRRAWEE, NSW, 2232
Maianbar Maianbar Community Hall, Pacific Cres, MAIANBAR, NSW, 2230
Sutherland North (Cook) Sutherland North Public School, Auburn St, SUTHERLAND, NSW, 2232
Sydney (Cook) Sydney Town Hall, George St, SYDNEY, NSW, 2000
Special Hospital Team 1 President Private Hospital, 369 President Ave, KIRRAWEE, NSW, 2232
Special Hospital Team 2 Juliana Village, 58 Miranda Rd, MIRANDA, NSW, 2228


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  • The number of votes and the percentage of the formal vote received by each candidate.
  • The swing as measured as the difference between the percentage of first preference votes currently received by a party candidate and the percentage of the first preference votes received by that party's candidate in the comparable polling booths at the previous election.
  • The projected two candidate preferred results showing the percentages received for this election, the corresponding percentages received for the last election, and swing.
  • If the predicted two party preferred candidates happen not to be the two most preferred then no TCP result will be available.
  • Highlight denotes current leader.
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Notes:
  1. The two or three letter Party Code in the above list is NOT the registered abbreviation of the party. These codes are a unique identifier that are required in the AECĂs election management system. Whilst it is true that the code does, in some cases, resemble the party abbreviation, this is not always the case. Click here for a full list of party names and corresponding codes.
  2. In examining House of Representative TCP figures particularly early in the count, some fluctuations may be experienced. This is because the TCP figure represents a projected result based on the percentage figure obtained in the 1998 federal election. This anomaly is effectively removed at around 15% of the TCP count.
  3. The percentage of votes counted is calculated against the total enrolment figure. On election night, all ordinary ballot papers cast at polling places on election day (approximately 80% of the total vote) are counted and the results entered. The remaining 20% of votes (including pre-poll, postal, absent and provisional votes) cannot be counted until after polling day.
  4. These results are not final and may be subject to minor adjustments.
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