Ken Wyatt, since 2010.
- Candidate summary
- 2019 results
- Booth breakdown
- Results maps
Hasluck covers eastern parts of the Perth metropolitan area, stretching from Ellenbrook in the north, through suburbs including Midland, Guildford, Gooseberry Hill and Kalamunda, down to Lesmurdie in the south. The seat also stretches east along the Mundaring Shire parts of the Perth Hills to Wooroloo. The seat covers the entire Mundaring council area and parts of Gosnells, Kalamunda and Swan council areas.
Hasluck shifted north, losing Forrestfield to Swan and Beckenham and Kenwick to Burt, and gaining Bennett Springs and Whiteman from Cowan and Ellenbrook, Middle Swan, Dayton, Baskerville, Brigadoon, Upper Swan, The Vines and surrounding areas from Pearce. These changes slightly increased the Liberal margin from 5.2% to 5.9%.
Hasluck was created for the 2001 election. It had a notional ALP margin of 2.6% and was won for Labor by Sharryn Jackson, with a small notional swing to the Liberals. At the next three elections, the sitting MP was defeated at every election.
A 3.6% swing to the Liberals in 2004 saw Jackson defeated by Stuart Henry. Jackson returned to contest the seat again in 2007 and regained the seat from Henry on a 3.1% swing.
In 2010, the Liberal candidate Ken Wyatt won the seat off Jackson with a 1.4% swing. Wyatt has been re-elected three times.
Hasluck could be in play if Labor bounces back in Western Australia – the seat’s margin closely matched the state result, so a more even statewide result could be reflected in a close result here.
|Tim Orr||One Nation||4,445||5.3||+5.3||6.1|
|Fiona White-Hartig||Shooters, Fishers and Farmers||2,436||2.9||+2.9||2.5|
|Mike Dale||United Australia Party||1,920||2.3||+2.3||2.2|
|Brady John Williams||Australian Christians||1,679||2.0||-1.5||1.9|
|Stephen Phelan||Western Australia Party||1,542||1.8||+1.8||1.6|
2019 two-party-preferred result
Booths have been divided into four parts. The western end of the electorate contains most of the population and this area has been split into central, north-west and south-west. Those booths in the Mundaring Hills have been grouped as “east”.
The Liberal Party won a majority of the two-party-preferred vote in three out of four areas, ranging from 53.8% in the north-west to 62.4% in the south-west. Labor polled 53.9% in the centre.
The Greens came third, with a primary vote ranging from 8.5% in the north-west to 15.9% in the east.
|Voter group||GRN prim %||LIB 2PP %||Total votes||% of votes|