New South Wales Election Results 1856-2007
(as at 5 July 2007)
This site contains the results of all elections for the New South Wales
Legislative Assembly since the first general election under Responsible
Government in 1856. It contains seat by seat results for every election, overall
totals, summaries for each election, results for all by-elections, a complete
set if indexes by district and candidate, as well as associated notes, sources
All research and design has
been carried out by election analyst Antony Green. Initial funding was provided by the
Sesquicentenary of Responsible Government in New South Wales Trust as part of
the Electoral Atlas of New South Wales project.
Please e-mail Antony Green
with any comments on how the site operates. Given the volume of information
contained in this site, and the difficulty in finding election results, there
are minor errors and also a small number of incomplete results. Again,
please e-mail Antony Green if you find
any errors or know of additional sources. Throughout the site you can access the
FeedBack page which gives access to Antony's
The site can be navigated in several ways.
You can return to the Home Page (this page).
You can go to an election using the Elections Index. (Click here
for help on how to do this)
You can find all the districts contested by a candidate using the Candidates
Index. (Click here for help on this
You can use the District Index to find all contests for a particular district. (Click here for help on
how to do this)
You can locate all By-elections.
You can access the FeedBack page.
You can navigate using the Election Links within results for each election
You can navigate between district results using the Previous/Next Links
All pages are linked. There is an page for every electoral district at every
election and every by-election. As well as the links to indexes, you can also
access various index pages for each election, and also move from district to
district within an election. You can also use links to trace one district from
contest to contest.
Some of the more complex tables have their own help page. The following
general help pages are also available.
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