Council margin – LNP 5.6%
Mayoral margin – LNP 7.6%
Andrew Wines, since 2008.
Northern Brisbane. Enoggera covers Gaythorne, Mitchelton, Newmarket, Wilston, Windsor and parts of Ashgrove.
Enoggera shifted east, gaining the remainder of Windsor from Hamilton and the remainder of Grange Heights from Marchant, and losing Keperra to The Gap. These changes increased the LNP’s margin from 4.8% to 5.6%.
Labor’s Ann Bennison won Enoggera ward in 1994, winning re-election in 1997, 2000 and 2004.
In 2008, Bennison retired, with Labor defending a 9.2% margin. A 10% swing saw Liberal candidate Andrew Wines narrowly elected, and in 2012 he was re-elected with a 14.7% swing.
Wines suffered an 11% swing in 2016, but was re-elected to a third term.
- Andrew Wines (Liberal National)
- Craig Whiteman (Independent)
- Ell-Leigh Ackerman (Greens)
- Jonty Bush (Labor)
- Kristin Perissinotto (Independent)
Enoggera is a marginal ward and could be in play if there is a significant swing back to Labor. If there was a uniform swing, the loss of Enoggera would deprive the LNP of their majority.
2016 council result
|Andrew Wines||Liberal National||12,235||49.6||-7.6||50.2|
2016 council two-party-preferred result
|Andrew Wines||Liberal National||12,563||54.8||-10.8||55.6|
2016 mayoral result
|Graham Quirk||Liberal National||12,499||50.5||-9.1||51.4|
|Karel Boele||People Decide||225||0.9||+0.9||1.0|
2016 mayoral two-party-preferred result
|Graham Quirk||Liberal National||12,944||56.7||-10.7||57.6|
Booths in Enoggera have been divided into three parts: central, east and west.
The LNP won a majority of the two-party-preferred vote on both ballots. The council vote ranged from 51.6% in the west to 56.7% in the east. The mayoral vote ranged from 53.2% in the west to 59.3% in the east.
The Greens primary vote ranged from 14% in the west to 18% in the east.
|Voter group||GRN council prim||LNP council 2PP||LNP mayoral 2PP||Total votes||% of votes|
Election results in Enoggera at the 2016 Brisbane City Council election
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