Council margin – LNP 2.2%
Mayoral margin – LNP 2.9%
Angela Owen, since 2016. Previously councillor for Parkinson 2008-2016.
Labor’s Kevin Bianchi had won Acacia Ridge in 1991, and retained his seat in 1994, 1997, 2000 and 2004, the last time with a 3.8% margin.
In 2008, Bianchi retired and the new Parkinson ward, with a notional Labor margin of 1.3%. Liberal candidate Angela Owen-Taylor (now Angela Owen) won Parkinson with a 7.6% swing, and in 2012 she was re-elected with a further 10.8% swing.
The ward was renamed “Calamvale” in 2016, and Owen was re-elected in 2016 and 2020.
|Angela Owen||Liberal National||11,887||48.3||-10.7|
2020 council two-candidate-preferred result
|Angela Owen||Liberal National||12,156||52.2||-12.5|
2020 mayoral result
|Adrian Schrinner||Liberal National||8,604||44.8||-11.3|
|Karagh-Mae Kelly||Animal Justice||787||4.1||+4.1|
|Jeff Hodges||Motorists Party||213||1.1||+1.1|
2020 mayoral two-party-preferred result
|Adrian Schrinner||Liberal National||9,058||52.9||-8.9|
Calamvale only contains two significant booths so hasn’t been split up by sub-area. Instead I’ve reported those two booths separately and unified the other tiny booths as “others”.
Labor won a sizeable majority of the vote at both of those election day booths, and indeed at every election day booth. The LNP won a majority thanks to clear majorities in all the special vote categories, which made up a large majority of the vote in 2020.
|Voter group||GRN prim council||LNP 2PP council||LNP 2PP mayoral||Total votes||% of votes|
Mayoral election results in Calamvale at the 2020 Brisbane City Council election
Toggle between two-party-preferred votes and primary votes for the Liberal National Party and Labor.