Don Randall MP – Federal Member for Canning   

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Don Randall MP
Wednesday 25 September, 2013

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Poll for the Division of Canning declared!

Don Randall at the Cockburn AEC office.

The poll for the Division of Canning has been declared and I am grateful to have been returned for my fifth consecutive term in the seat.

I am humbled to have been granted such support by the people of Canning and am ready to help govern this nation in a way our society deserves – purposefully and methodically.

There is a lot of work ahead for the Coalition but we are ready.

The Coalition will deliver better services to Australians, more efficiently and without Labor’s waste.

The carbon tax will go; our borders will be more secure; there will be more jobs and a stronger economy; we’ll help families get ahead and deal with cost of living pressures.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact me should I be able to assist you in my capacity as your local Federal Member for Canning.

Thank you for your support!



Fast Facts (and other intersting stuff…)

Results from Canning polling booths.

The seat of Canning was won by the Liberals on first preferences alone, with 51.04% of the first preference vote.

It was Labor’s worst performance in the seat since 1963.

Don Randall is now the longest serving Member for Canning since the first election in the seat in 1949.

Despite the seat of Canning containing two state safe Labor electorates, every polling booth in Canning was won by the Liberal Party except one – this booth trailed on the two party preferred by only four votes but still saw an 11.38% swing to the Liberals in the 2PP count.

While the Liberals gained 51.04% of the first preference vote in Canning, the first preference Senate vote for the Liberals in the division came in at 38.1%.

Nationally the Liberal/National Coalition gained a +3.58% swing.

The swing to Liberal Don Randall in Canning was +9.57% making it the 8th largest swing in the country.

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