Kim Wells, since 2002. Previously Member for Wantirna 1992-2002.
Eastern Melbourne. Scoresby covers eastern parts of the City of Monash and southwestern parts of the City of Knox. The seat covers the suburbs of Scoresby and Wantirna South and parts of Glen Waverley, Knoxfield and Rowville.
The current district of Scoresby was first created at the 2002 election. It had previously existed from 1945 to 1976, when it was always held by the Liberal Party.
Scoresby was won in 2002 by Liberal MP Kim Wells, whose seat of Wantirna had been abolished in the recent redistributiion. He was re-elected in 2006, and has served as Shadow Treasurer since the 2006 state election.
Scoresby is quite safe for the Liberal Party.
2006 two-candidate-preferred result
Booths in Scoresby have been divided into three areas: Glen Waverley in the west, Rowville in the southeast and Wantirna in the northeast.
The Liberal Party polled over 63% in Glen Waverley, and under 60% in the remaining areas. Family First outpolled the Greens in Wantirna and Rowville, but the Greens came third in Glen Waverley.
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