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ⓘ Results of New South Wales elections



                                               

Results of the 1843 New South Wales colonial election

The 1843 New South Wales colonial election, the first in the colony, was held between 15 June and 3 July 1843, to elect 24 members from 18 electoral districts. Each district returned 1 member except for Port Phillip which returned 5 members while County of Cumberland, and Town of Sydney returned 2 each.

                                               

Results of the 1848 New South Wales colonial election

The 1848 New South Wales colonial election was held between 29 July and 2 August. No candidates were nominated for Port Phillip as a result of the campaign for independence from New South Wales, and a fresh writ was issued for an election on 3 October.

                                               

Results of the 1851 New South Wales colonial election

The 1851 New South Wales colonial election, was held between 12 and 25 September. It involved a re-distribution of electorates as a result of the separation of Victoria, which had 6 seats in the previous council, and the expansion of the council from 24 elected members to 36 elected members representing 31 electorates. The major changes were the addition of 8 pastoral districts and the separate representation for the northern regions of what would later become Queensland. These had previously been a part of the single district of Gloucester, Macquarie, and Stanley and from 1851 were covere ...

                                               

Results of the 1856 New South Wales colonial election

The 1856 New South Wales colonial election was to return 54 members of Legislative Assembly composed of 34 electoral districts with 18 returning 1 member, 13 returning 2 members, two returning 3 members and one returning 4 members, all with a first past the post system. In multi-member districts, because each voter could cast more than one vote, it is not possible to total the votes to show the number of voters and voter turnout in these districts is estimated. 8 members from 6 districts were returned unopposed.

                                               

Results of the 1858 New South Wales colonial election

The 1858 New South Wales colonial election was to return 54 members of Legislative Assembly composed of 34 electoral districts with 18 returning 1 member, 13 returning 2 members, two returning 3 members and one returning 4 members, all with a first past the post system. In multi-member districts, because each voter could cast more than one vote, it is not possible to total the votes to show the number of voters and voter turnout in these districts is estimated. 17 members from 14 districts were returned unopposed.

                                               

Results of the 1859 New South Wales colonial election

This is a list of electoral district results for the 1859 New South Wales colonial election. Elections were held based on the majoritarian or first-past-the voting system. In this election there were 9 multi-member districts refund of 20 members and 58 single-mandate constituencies, giving a total of 80 people. In multi-member districts, each voter can vote for as many candidates as there were vacancies. 15 districts were uncontested. There was no clear structure of the party in these elections. QLD was separated from Australia in December 1859 and 10 members elected for 9 seats Queensland ...

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