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  Western Australia
State Government
  Premier  Colin Barnett 2 13 +28.81%
 WA Legislative Assembly 
Federal Parliament
  Brand  Madeleine King 1 16 +26.38%
  Burt  Matt Keogh 1 16 +19.24%
  Canning  Andrew Hastie 1 16 +12.45%
  Cowan  Anne Aly 1 16 +1.26%
  Curtin  Julie Bishop 6 16 +40.49%
  Durack  Melissa Price 2 16 +18.10%
  Forrest  Nola Marino 4 16 +22.79%
  Fremantle  Josh Wilson 1 16 +16.06%
  Hasluck  Ken Wyatt 3 16 +2.98%
  Moore  Ian Goodenough 2 16 +21.79%
  O'Connor  Rick Wilson 2 16 +10.48%
  Pearce  Christian Porter 2 16 +6.77%
  Perth  Tim Hammond 1 16 +8.40%
  Stirling  Michael Keenan 5 16 +11.27%
  Swan  Steve Irons 4 16 +6.91%
  Tangney  Ben Morton 1 16 +21.94%
Party Leadership
  Labor Party  Mark McGowan 2 16 +100.00%
  Liberal Party  Colin Barnett 1 08 +100.00%
  National Party  Brendon Grylls 1 05 +100.00%
Senate Group 1
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Senate Group 2
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% Of Total VotesOfficeWestern Australia WinnerYrWestern Australia Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
9.81% AUS House of Representatives - 2PP Vote   Liberal Party of Australia 13 738,110 58.28% +4.79%
9.46% (1999) Title 1: Constitutional Alteration (Republic)   Against 99 646,520 58.52% +3.65%

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