Madeleine King, since 2016.
- Candidate summary
- 2019 results
- Booth breakdown
- Results maps
Brand was first won in 1984 by Wendy Fatin. Fatin had won the seat of Canning off the Liberal Party in 1983, and moved to the safer seat of Brand in 1984. She served as a minister in the Hawke/Keating government from 1990 to 1993, and retired in 1996.
In 1996, Brand was won by Kim Beazley. Beazley had previously been elected to the marginal seat of Swan in 1980. Beazley served as a minister from 1983 in the Hawke government, first as Minister for Aviation, then as a cabinet minister from 1984 to 1996. Beazley was Deputy Prime Minister from 1995 to 1996. He moved to the safer seat of Brand in 1996
Beazley was elected Labor leader after their 1996 election loss, and led the ALP to the 1998 and 2001 elections. After losing in 2001 he stepped down as Labor leader. He challenged for the leadership twice in 2003, but lost first to Simon Crean and then to Mark Latham. After serving on Mark Latham’s frontbench in the lead-up to the 2004 election, he was elected Labor leader in early 2005. He served in that role until December 2006, when he was replaced by Kevin Rudd, and he retired from the seat of Brand at the 2007 election. Beazley is now the Australian Ambassador to the United States.
Brand was won in 2007 by Gary Gray. Gray had been employed as an election organiser for the Australian Labor Party national office from 1986 to 1999, and was National Secretary for the 1996 and 1998 elections.
Gray was re-elected in 2010 and 2013, and retired in 2016. He was succeeded by Labor candidate Madeleine King, and King won a second term in 2019.
- Madeleine King (Labor)
- Malcolm Heffernan (Federation)
- Peter Hudson (Liberal)
- David Pike (United Australia)
- Heather Lonsdale (Greens)
- Jayne Crichton (Australian Christians)
- Michael O’Loghlen (Western Australia Party)
- Alison Marshall (Liberal Democrats)
- Andrew Gleeson (Great Australian Party)
- Jake Taylor (One Nation)
|Travis Carter||One Nation||7,524||8.5||+8.5|
|Janine Joy Vander Ven||Australian Christians||2,726||3.1||-0.4|
|Trevor Jones||United Australia Party||2,570||2.9||+2.9|
|Blake Phelan||Western Australia Party||2,397||2.7||+2.7|
|Karen-Lee Mills||Conservative National Party||1,376||1.5||+1.6|
2019 two-party-preferred result
Booths have been divided into three areas: central, north and south. The north covers booths in Kwinana council area, while the centre and south covers booths in Rockingham council area.
Labor won a majority of the two-party-preferred vote in all three areas, ranging from 55.5% in the south to 63% in the north.
The Greens primary vote ranged from 12.3% in the centre to 13.3% in the north.
|Voter group||GRN prim %||ALP 2PP %||Total votes||% of votes|