2018 House Hold General Election

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2018 House Hold federal election
← 2017 6 October 2018 April 2019 →

23 seats in the House Hold House of Representatives
12 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
  First party Second party Third party
 
C/LP
Rufus Wolf.png
Grn
Leader Sergio Rufus Wolf Andrew Bird
Party Coalition Labor Greens
Leader since 2005 17 June 2018 5 April 2018
Leader's seat Bed Play Books Ran in Laundry
Last election 7 seats, 24.2% 16 seats, 60.0% 1 seats, 10.5%
Seats before 6 14 1
Seats won 15 8 0
Seat change 8 8 1
Percentage 51.0% 43.0% 5.0%
Swing 26.8 17.0 5.5

Prime Minister before election

Rufus Wolf
Labor

Prime Minister after election

Sergio
Liberatrarian

The 2018 House Hold General Election took place on 6 October 2018 to elect all 25 members of the House Hold House of Representatives. The Coalition defeated the incumbent Labor Party government in a landslide.[1]

Room Labor C/NP Greens Others
S S S S
Bedroom 2 6 0 0
Computer 0 1 0 0
Diningroom 1 1 0 0
Hallway 1 2 0 0
Livingroom 1 4 0 0
Playroom 3 1 0 0
Total 8 15 0 0

Government Formation

Coalition leader Sergio got 15 yes votes to him becoming Prime Minister.

Prime Minister

Sergio (Coalition)

Vote → 22 June 2019
Required majority → 12 out of 23 YesY
15 / 23
8 / 23
Abstentions
0 / 23
Absentees
0 / 23

Results

House of Representatives

Party % Swing Seats Change
Libertarian/Conservative Coalition 51.0 +26.8 15 8
Labor Party 43.0 –17.0 8 8
Green Party 5.0 –5.5 0 1
Southerners Party 1.0 –4.3 0 1
Total 100.0 23 2
Two-party-preferred vote
Libertarian/Conservative Coalition 53.0 +22.5
Labor 47.0 –22.5
Source: House Hold Electoral Commission

References

  1. "Conservative Majority, Rufus Wolf to resign". BNN. 7 October 2018. Retrieved 18 April 2021.