Tony Krsticevic, since 2008.
Northern Perth. Carine covers the suburbs of Karrinyup, North Beach, Watermans Bay, Marmion, Carine and Duncraig. The seat lies on the border of Stirling and Joondalup council areas.
Carine shifted north, taking in Sorrento from Hillarys and losing part of North Beach and the remainder of Gwelup to Scarborough. These changes increased the Liberal margin from 9% to 10.6%.
The seat of Carine has existed since 1996, and has always been held by the Liberal Party.
Carine was first won in 1996 by Katie Hodson-Thomas. Hodson-Thomas was re-elected in 2001 and 2005, and retired at the 2008 election.
The seat has been held since 2008 by the Liberal Party’s Tony Krsticevic.
- Tony Krsticevic (Liberal)
- Nicholas D’Alonzo (Greens)
- Paul Lilburne (Labor)
- Marilyn Tringas (Waxit)
- A Cox (No Mandatory Vaccination)
Carine is a typical safe Liberal seat. The Liberal Party will probably hold this seat but no Liberal seat is safe if there is a massive Labor landslide.
|Terry Popham||One Nation||1,231||5.1||+5.1||4.0|
|Ray Moran||Australian Christians||505||2.1||-0.5||2.2|
|Athan Tsirigotis||Micro Business||424||1.8||+1.8||1.4|
|Annette Almond||Matheson for WA||289||1.2||+1.2||1.0|
2017 two-party-preferred result
Booths have been divided into three parts: north-east, north-west and south.
The Liberal Party won a majority of the two-party-preferred vote in all three areas, ranging from 57.3% in the north-east to 64.7% in the north-west.
The Greens came third, with a primary vote ranging from 7.8% in the north-west to 12.2% in the south.
|Voter group||GRN prim %||LIB 2PP %||Total votes||% of votes|
Election results in Carine at the 2017 WA state election
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