A recount was conducted to fill a member vacancy in the House of Assembly division of Clark created by the resignation of Cassy O'Connor MP.
The TEC wrote to eligible candidates not elected at the 2021 election for the division of Clark, inviting them to participate. The period of consent closed at 12 noon on Monday 31 July 2023. The recount commenced shortly after this time at 2/455 Main Rd, Glenorchy.
Vica Bayley has been elected as a member of the House of Assembly for the division of Clark until the next general election.
It is made up of 25 members, including the Premier.
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.
Archived election and result pages (will open in new tab).
Parliamentary election reports - House of Assembly results since 1909
A great infographic about electing the 2 houses of Parliament in Tasmania.
There are currently 25 members in the House of Assembly. In 2022, legislation was passed by Parliament to increase this number to 35 members at the next State election.