Sitting Member:
Scott, F (LP)
Size of electorate:
339 sq. Km

Redistribution details:

Lindsay's boundaries did not change in the last redistribution.

Key Comments

The seat of Lindsay has bellwether status, as the elected MP has belonged to the governing party since 1984. The seat is in the outer western suburbs of Sydney. The boundaries stretch to Agnes Banks in the north, Orchard Hills in the south, with Emu Heights bordering to the west and Werrington to the East. Main suburbs include Penrith, Cambridge Park, Kingswood, Emu Plains and St. Marys. Key issues include the Badgery’s Creek Airport, childcare, unemployment, healthcare, agriculture and education.

2013 Election Results

Candidate Party Votes % Swing(%)
LAWSON, Jeffrey Wayne One Nation 1901 2.17 +2.17
LENTON, David The Greens 2679 3.06 -1.68
SAUNDERS, Mick Australia First Party 610 0.7 -0.47
WILCOX, Andrew William Palmer United Party 4517 5.15 +5.15
BRADBURY, David Labor 34212 39.03 -5.52
BROWN, Geoff Stable Population Party 408 0.47 +0.47
SCOTT, FionaElected Liberal 40882 46.64 +3.25
GREEN, Andrew Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) 2449 2.79 -0.22
...... Family First Party 0 0 -1.24
...... Other 0 0 -1.9
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