Electoral District Of Oxley (New South Wales)
Oxley is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales. It is represented by the Deputy Premier of New South Wales, Andrew Stoner of the National Party of Australia.
According to the report for the 2004 redistribution of electoral districts, it was estimated that the electoral district would have 47,650 electors on 29 April 2007. At the 2007 election it included most of Bellingen Shire (including Bellingen and Dorrigo), Nambucca Shire (including Nambucca Heads, Macksville and Bowraville), Kempsey Shire, some of inland Port Macquarie-Hastings Council, including Wauchope, the lightly inhabited northwest of the City of Greater Taree, and the lightly inhabited eastern fringe of Walcha Shire and Armidale Dumaresq Shire.
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... See also Electoral results for the district of Oxley (New South Wales) New South Wales state election, 2011 Oxley Party Candidate Votes % ±% National Andrew Stoner 29,412 66.9 +7.8 Greens Jeremy Bradley 5,506 12.5 +1.8 Labor Joe Blackshield 5,425 12.3 -12.6 Independent Richard McGovern 2,251 5.1 +5.1 Christian Democrats John Klose 779 1.8 +1.8 Independent Marcus Aussie-Stone 594 1.4 +1.4 Total formal votes 43,967 97.7 -0.1 Informal votes 1,038 2.3 +0.1 Turnout 45,005 92.2 Two-candidate-preferred result National Andrew Stoner 30,994 78.8 +12.8 Greens Jeremy Bradley 8,358 21.2 +21.2 National hold Swing +12.8. ...
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