Friday, December 7, 2007

Liberal Party's lead in McEwen down to 32 votes and more news from the close seats

The lead yesterday was 77 votes. The trend with postals and absentee votes (as I pointed out yesterday) is in Labor's favor.

Candidate Party Votes This Election (%) Last Election (%) Swing (%)
BAILEY, FranPrevious Member Liberal 48,286 50.02 56.42 -6.40
MITCHELL, Rob Australian Labor Party 48,254 49.98 43.58 +6.40

Meanwhile, the Labor party has made a slight comeback in Swan (.05%), Dickson (.01%) and increased their lead in Flynn by .03%. Solomon has remained steady.

The Liberal party has increased their lead in Bowman (.03%) and Herbert (.04%) and pegged back .05% off the Labor party lead in Robertson.

Latest figures
State Division Incumbent Party TCP % Swing % Counted %
QLD Flynn The Nationals 49.73 -7.99 94.93
WA Swan Australian Labor Party 49.81 -0.27 93.22
NT Solomon C.L.P. 49.81 -3.00 92.19
NSW Robertson Liberal 49.90 -6.97 95.74
VIC McEwen Liberal 50.02 -6.40 95.99
QLD Bowman Liberal 50.06 -8.84 95.35
QLD Dickson Liberal 50.13 -8.76 96.05
QLD Herbert Liberal 50.22 -6.02 94.11
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