ALP 9.9% vs ON
Charis Mullen, since 2017.
South-western fringe of Brisbane. Jordan covers parts of the cities of Logan and Ipswich, including the suburbs of Gailes, Carole Park, Camira, Augustine Heights, Brookwater, Springfield, New Beith, Lyons and Undullah.
Jordan was created for the 2017 election from parts of four electorates. Bundamba, Inala and Logan were all strong Labor seats. Bundamba and Inala were created in 1992 and were held by Labor continuously until at least 2017, even staying with Labor when they were badly defeated in 2017. The LNP won Logan in 2012 but Labor has otherwise held the seat at every election since its creation in 1986. Jordan also took in parts of Lockyer, a semi-regional LNP seat which had been won by One Nation in 1998 and 2001.
Jordan was won by Labor’s Charis Mullen in 2017.
Jordan is a safe Labor seat.
|Michael Pucci||One Nation||5,255||18.9||+15.8|
|Duncan Murray||Liberal National||4,012||14.4||-17.3|
|Peter Ervik||Consumer Rights||489||1.8||+1.8|
2017 two-candidate-preferred result
|Michael Pucci||One Nation||11,156||40.1||+40.1|
Booths in Jordan have been divided into three areas: central, north and south.
Labor won a large majority of the two-candidate-preferred vote in the north (64%) and the centre (66%), while One Nation won 51% in the south.
The LNP came third, with a primary vote ranging from 9.1% in the north to 15.1% in the south.
|Voter group||LNP prim||ALP 2CP||Total votes||% of votes|
Election results in Jordan at the 2017 QLD state election
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