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1996 Victorian State Election – Final Results

The Victorian State Election was held on March 30, 1996. This page shows the final results

The Liberal-National coalition government led by Jeff Kennett was elected at the 1992 election with a large majority, replacing the Labor government that had first been elected in 1982.

At the 1996 election, the ALP was led by John Brumby, the former Federal member for Bendigo (1983-90).

The Kennett government was returned with only a slightly-reduced majority.

The Liberal Party lost 3 seats to the ALP (Bendigo West, Essendon and Ivanhoe. The ALP lost 1 seat to the Liberals (Carrum). An independent won Mildura from the National Party.

Victorian Legislative Assembly Results – 30 March 1996
Party Primary Vote Primary % Seats Change
Australian Labor Party 1,189,475
43.1
29
+2
Liberal Party 1,212,933
44.0
49
-3
National Party 184,419
6.7
9
Independents 112,313
4.1
1
+1
Natural Law Party 51,231
1.9
0
Call To Australia 6,222
0.2
0
SPV 974
0.0
0

 

Victorian Legislative Council Results – 30 March 1996
Party Primary Vote Primary % Seats
Australian Labor Party 1,188,639
41.2
10
Liberal Party 1,256,674
43.6
34 (incl. NP)
National Party 182,494
6.3
34 (incl. LP)
Australian Democrats 157,798
5.5
0
Democratic Labor Party 43,553
1.5
0
Independents 32,870
1.1
0
Natural Law Party 14,129
0.5
0
Call To Australia 5,576
0.2
0
FMA 1,339
0.0
0


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