House of Assembly elections

Braddon Recount

House of Assembly recount - Division of Braddon

A recount is required to fill a member vacancy in the House of Assembly division of Braddon created by the resignation of Mr Adam Brooks MP.

Braddon candidates who were not elected at the 2021 State election are invited to nominate to contest the recount. The period of consent closes at 12 noon on Wednesday 2 June 2021. The recount will commence shortly after this time.

Progressive updates:

10:30am Thursday 3 June 2021 – Media release [opens in a new tab] Recount complete.

9pm Wednesday 2 June 2021 – Media release [opens in a new tab]. Counting adjourned to 9am Thursday 3 June.

6pm Wednesday 2 June 2021 – Media release [opens in a new tab]

2021 State election

Polling day was Saturday 1 May 2021.

Remember, voting in the House of Assembly elections is compulsory.

Recounts since
2021 elections

Recount results since the 2021 elections

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Calendar icon  Braddon recount
(Adam Brooks)

2018 State election

Polling day was Saturday 3 March 2018.

What is
House of Assembly?

The House of Assembly is the lower house of the Tasmanian Parliament.

It is made up of 25 members, including the Premier.

There are five House of Assembly divisions:

Bass, Braddon, Clark, Franklin and Lyons.

These divisions have the same boundaries as the five Commonwealth House of Representatives divisions for Tasmania. There are twenty-five members of the House of Assembly, with five members elected for each of the divisions using the Hare-Clark voting system of multi-member proportional representation. Members are elected for a term of up to 4 years.

  Electoral names and boundaries updated 28 September 2018.

Previous elections

Previous House of Assembly (State) elections

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