Australian House of Representatives Division
|Area||1,170 km2 (451.7 sq mi)|
The Division of Fisher is an Australian Electoral Division in Queensland. It was set up in 1949 and is named after Andrew Fisher, three times Prime Minister of Australia. It covers the Sunshine Coast area north of Brisbane. It includes the towns of Caloundra, Mooloolaba, Beerwah, Maleny, Woodford and Kilcoy.
Members[change | change source]
|(Sir) Charles Adermann||Country||1949–1972|
|Evan Adermann||Country, National||1972–1984|
|Mal Brough||Liberal National||2013–present|
Sir Charles Adermann was Deputy Leader of the Country Party 1964–66.
Peter Slipper was elected as Speaker on 24 November 2011 and resigned from the Liberal National Party. He stayed in parliament as an independent member. He resigned as speaker on 9 October 2012. On 11 May 2013, he joined businessman Clive Palmer's new Palmer United Party, becoming its first member in federal parliament. However, only hours later his membership of the party was cancelled and Slipper returned to being an independent.
Election results[change | change source]
|2022 Australian federal election: Fisher|
|Liberal National||Andrew Wallace||48,013||44.25||−5.79|
|One Nation||Sam Schriever||10,102||9.31||+0.63|
|United Australia||Tony Moore||7,355||6.78||+3.32|
|Animal Justice||Vickie Breckenridge||2,730||2.52||+2.52|
|Total formal votes||108,494||96.85||+1.65|
|Liberal National||Andrew Wallace||63,656||58.67||−4.03|
|Liberal National hold||Swing||−4.03|
References[change | change source]
- "Profile of the electoral division of Fisher (Qld)". Australian Electoral Commission. 2014. Retrieved 5 March 2014.
- "Peter Slipper has been formally elected Speaker of the House of Representatives". The Australian. 24 November 2011. Retrieved 24 November 2011.
- "Renegade Liberal to boost Labor's numbers". ABC News. Australia. 24 November 2011. Retrieved 24 November 2011.
- Atfield, Cameron (2013). Peter Slipper joins Palmer's party[permanent dead link] – The Age. Published 11 May 2013. Retrieved 11 May 2013.
- Fisher, QLD, 2022 Tally Room, Australian Electoral Commission.