Janice Munt, since 2002.
Southern Melbourne. Mordialloc covers a majority of the City of Kingston, including the suburbs of Braeside, Cheltenham East, Cheltenham North, Dingley, Mordialloc, Parkdale and Waterways and parts of Cheltenham, Heatherton, Highett, Mentone and Springvale South.
Mordialloc was created in 1992. It was won by the Liberal Party at its first three elections and has been held by the ALP since 2002.
Mordialloc was won in 1992 by the Liberal Party’s Geoff Leigh. Leigh was first elected in 1982 in a by-election in the seat of Malvern, which had been vacated by recently defeated Liberal Premier Lindsay Thompson following the 1982 election.
Leigh moved to Mordialloc in 1992, and held the seat until his defeat in 2002.
Mordialloc has been held since 2002 by the ALP’s Janice Munt.
- Camellia Feteiha (Greens)
- Michael Carty (Independent)
- Brandon Hoult (Independent)
- Tom Killen (Sex Party)
- Stephen Nowland (Family First)
- Janice Munt (Labor)
- Lorraine Wreford (Liberal)
- James Leach (Democratic Labor Party)
- Frenk Denvir (Independent)
Mordialloc is a very marginal seat.
2006 two-candidate-preferred result
Booths in Mordialloc have been divided into three areas: those around the suburbs of Parkdale and Cheltenham, and those in the northeastern corner of the seat.
The ALP won a majority in all three areas, ranging from 50.7% in the Norrtheast to 56.7% in Cheltenham.
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