Primary vote results
|Total formal votes||39,744|
Two-party-preferred vote results
|Total votes in final count||36,983|
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9:34pm – At this point, we have primary votes from all election-day booths, as well as prepoll and Ivote. We also have the final two-party count for all of those groups of votes apart from Ivote.
Now check out the booth maps:
8:39pm – We now have all ordinary votes in. The swing after preferences to Labor ranged from 19.2% in Miranda Public School, up to 32.9% at Kirrawee Public School.
8:34pm – There are lots of factors: Sutherland Shire’s ICAC issues, Barry Collier’s return, the premature departure of Graham Annesley, but here’s one to consider. After the worst bushfires in NSW in over a decade, Miranda was completely blanketed in smoke this morning, and firefighters were at every booth asking people to put the Liberal Party last.
7:59pm – So now we have fourteen booths reporting primary votes and four booths reporting the result after preferences.
7:49pm – All ten booths have reported swings to Labor of over 20%, ranging from 20.6% at Miranda PS to 29.7% at Grays Point PS.
7:41pm – It looks like Labor is going to win. Off eight booths, Labor is on 48.8% of the primary vote, and looks set to stay at that level.
7:31pm – There are still no results on the NSWEC website, but the ABC has started posting polling place results that have Labor on track to win. Will post these figures shortly.
6:00pm – Polls have just closed in the southern Sydney state seat of Miranda. I’ll be covering the results here as they come in.