House of Representatives: Divisional Results  
NSW : Mitchell (Post Election Results) DECLARED Refresh results Print page
Enrolled : 86,373
Total Booths : 38
First Pref Booths In : 38
Votes Counted : 95.81%
AEC Date : 30/11/2001
AEC Time : 9:17:20  EST
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Candidate Party Code Votes % Swing (%)
MUDGEE, David AFI 1,235 1.56 +1.56
CADMAN, Alan LP 49,995 63.26 +3.35
BAGGS, David DEM 3,769 4.77 -0.26
TAYLOR, Cindy GRN 2,470 3.13 +0.87
McSHANE, John ALP 16,987 21.49 -0.47
GREGORY, Ken CTA 1,681 2.13 +0.53
BURKE, Stephen IND 712 0.90 +0.90
EDER, Dale HAN 2,183 2.76 -3.58
..... UNI 0 0.00 -2.65
..... NLP 0 0.00 -0.18
..... RPA 0 0.00 -0.01
..... OTH 0 0.00 -0.08
FORMAL   79,032 95.50 -1.05
INFORMAL   3,725 4.50 +1.05
TOTAL   82,757 95.81  


Total TCP Booths in : 38
Total TCP Votes Counted : 95.81%
Two Candidate Preferred Party This Election Last Election Swing (%)
CADMAN, Alan LP 71.32% 69.47% 1.85%
McSHANE, John ALP 28.68% 30.53% -1.85%

Post Election Results - Two Candidate Preferred results by type

Type of Vote LP ALP
Ordinary 47,395 19,144
Absent 3,896 1,788
Postal 2,207 595
Pre-poll 2,652 1,047
Provisional 216 92
TOTAL 56,366 22,666

Post Election Results - Candidate results by type

Candidate Ordinary Absent Postal Pre-poll Provisional
MUDGEE, David 918 215 32 65 5
CADMAN, Alan 42,252 3,199 1,993 2,368 183
BAGGS, David 3,174 325 95 158 17
TAYLOR, Cindy 1,961 339 58 103 9
McSHANE, John 14,484 1,172 442 815 74
GREGORY, Ken 1,446 116 60 52 7
BURKE, Stephen 549 89 28 40 6
EDER, Dale 1,755 229 94 98 7
FORMAL 66,539 5,684 2,802 3,699 308
INFORMAL 3,280 241 57 121 26
TOTAL 69,819 5,925 2,859 3,820 334

Post Election Results - Candidate results by Polling Place

Polling PlaceStreet Address
North Rocks (Mitchell) North Rocks Public School, 359 North Rocks Rd, NORTH ROCKS, NSW, 2151
Annangrove Annangrove Public School, 185 Annangrove Rd, ANNANGROVE, NSW, 2156
Baulkham Hills High Baulkham Hills High School, 419A Windsor Rd, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
The Hills Private Hospital The Hills Private Hospital, 499 Windsor Rd, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
Baulkham Hills North Baulkham Hills North Public School, Henry St & Girralong Ave, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
Castle Hill Castle Hill Public School, Les Shore Pl, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Castle Hill High Castle Hill High School, Castle St, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Crestwood Crestwood Public School, 38 Peel Rd, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
Crestwood High Crestwood High School, 17 Chapel Lane, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
Dural (Mitchell) Dural Public School, 622 Old Northern Rd, DURAL, NSW, 2158
Samuel Gilbert Samuel Gilbert Public School, Ridgecrop Dr & Gilbert Rd, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Glenhaven Glenhaven Public School, Glenhaven Rd, GLENHAVEN, NSW, 2156
Jasper Road Jasper Road Public School, Jasper Rd, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
Kellyville Kellyville Public School, Windsor Rd, KELLYVILLE, NSW, 2153
Kenthurst Kenhurst Public School, 111 Kenthurst Rd, KENTHURST, NSW, 2156
Kilvinton Phillip Lodge (5th Fl) Kilvinton Village, James Cook Dr, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Matthew Pearce Matthew Pearce Public School, Astoria Park Rd, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
Model Farms Model Farms High School, Gooden Dr, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
Mowll Dover Hall, Mowll Village, Hilliard Dr, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Muirfield Muirfield Technology High School, Barclay Rd, NORTH ROCKS, NSW, 2151
Murray Farm Murray Farm Public School, Tracey Ave, CARLINGFORD, NSW, 2118
Hopetoun Barton Hall, Hopetoun Village, Gowrie Dr, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Rondelay Excelsior Public School, Rondelay Dr, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Rouse Hill Rouse Hill Public School, Windsor Rd, ROUSE HILL, NSW, 2153
Wirreanda Wirreanda Retirement Village, 33 Highs Rd, WEST PENNANT HILLS, NSW, 2125
Northmead High Northmead High School, Campbell St, NORTHMEAD, NSW, 2152
Aminya Aminya Hostel & Nursing Home, Goolgung Ave, BAULKHAM HILLS, NSW, 2153
Baulkham Hills The Hills Special School, Mary St, NORTHMEAD, NSW, 2152
Castle Hill East Excelsior Avenue Child Care Centre, 189 Excelsior Ave, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Castle Hill West Hills Centre, Hills Centre, Carrington Rd, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Eurambie Park Eurambie Park Child Care Centre, Coonara Ave, WEST PENNANT HILLS, NSW, 2125
Oakhill Drive (Mitchell) Oakhill Drive Public School, Oakhill & Westminster Drives, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 2154
Thompsons Corner (Mitchell) West Pennant Hills Public School, Church St, WEST PENNANT HILLS, NSW, 2125
Sydney (Mitchell) Sydney Town Hall, George St, SYDNEY, NSW, 2000
West Pennant Hills West Pennant Hills Valley Community Centre, 42A Hill Rd, WEST PENNANT HILLS, NSW, 2125
Maraylya (Mitchell) Maralya Public School, Neich Road, MARAYLYA, NSW, 2765
Beaumont Hills Beaumont Hills Public School, The Parkway, KELLYVILLE, NSW, 2155
Special Hospital Team 1 Lady of Grace Nursing Home, 454 Old Northern Rd, DURAL, NSW, 2158


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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.
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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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