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Results of the 1917 Victorian state election (Legislative Assembly)

This is a list of electoral district results for the 1917 Victorian state election. While the nationalist party was divided into Ministerialist Peacock and Bowsers economy groupings, and statistical reports show that nationalist voices in combina ...

Results of the 1920 Victorian state election (Legislative Assembly)

John Bowser was the sitting Nationalist MP for Wangaratta, but changed to the Victorian Farmers Union before this election.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1921 (Legislative Assembly)

Edward Morley was elected in the 1920 election as an Independent Nationalist, but joined the Nationalists before this election.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1924 (Legislative Assembly)

Alfred Billson was the sitting Nationalist MP for Ovens.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1935 (Legislative Assembly)

Coyle was elected as a UAP member for Waranga in the 1932 election, but joined the Country party in 1933.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1940 (Legislative Assembly)

Ernie Bond had been elected as an Independent in 1937 and joined the Labor party before the election.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1943 (Legislative Assembly)

Hamilton Lamb was a prisoner-of-war at this time and was not opposed. He died on the Burma Railway on 7 December 1943. Confirmation of his death was not received until September 1944.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1958 (Legislative Assembly)

Two party preferred vote was estimated. Mutton was elected as an Independent in the 1955 election, but joined the Labor party in 1956.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1961 (Legislative Assembly)

The two candidate preferred vote was not counted between the Labor and DLP candidates for Yarraville.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1964 (Legislative Assembly)

The two candidate preferred vote was not counted between the Labor and DLP candidates for Yarraville.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1967 (Legislative Assembly)

The two candidate preferred vote was not counted between the Labor and DLP candidates for Williamstown.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1979 (Legislative Council)

This seat was won by Labor in a 1978 by-election, but is recorded as a Liberal party hold.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1982 (Legislative Assembly)

The two candidate preferred vote was not counted between the National and Liberal candidates for Lowan.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1985 (Legislative Assembly)

The two candidate preferred vote was not counted between the Liberal and National candidates for Swan Hill.

Results of the Victorian state election, 1988 (Legislative Assembly)

The two party preferred vote was not counted between the National and Liberal candidates for Warrnambool.