ⓘ Results of the Victorian state election, 1979 (Legislative Council)

                                     

ⓘ Results of the Victorian state election, 1979 (Legislative Council)

  • This seat was won by Labor in a 1978 by-election, but is recorded as a Liberal party hold.
                                     
  • The 1979 Victorian state election held on Saturday, 5 May 1979 was for the 48th Parliament of Victoria. It was held in the Australian state of Victoria
  • of members of the Victorian Legislative Council between 1976 and 1979 As half of the Legislative Council s terms expired at each triennial election
  • This is a list of Legislative Council results for the Victorian 1976 state election 22 of the 40 seats were contested. Two party preferred vote was estimated
  • members of the state s Legislative Assembly and 22 members of the 44 - member Legislative Council Since the previous election there was an increase in the number
  • of members of the Victorian Legislative Council between 1982 and 1985. As half of the Legislative Council s terms expired at each triennial election
  • This is a list of Legislative Council results for the Victorian 1982 state election 22 of the 44 seats were contested. Two party preferred vote was estimated
  • The 1982 Victorian state election held on Saturday, 3 April 1982, was for the 49th Parliament of Victoria. It was held in the Australian state of Victoria
  • of members of the Victorian Legislative Council between 1961 and 1964. As half of the Legislative Council s terms expired at each triennial election
  • of members of the Victorian Legislative Council between 1967 and 1970. As half of the Legislative Council s terms expired at each triennial election
  • of members of the Victorian Legislative Council between 1970 and 1973. As half of the Legislative Council s terms expired at each triennial election
  • of members of the Victorian Legislative Council between 1964 and 1967. As half of the Legislative Council s terms expired at each triennial election
  • of members of the Victorian Legislative Council between 1985 and 1988. As half of the Legislative Council s terms expired at each periodic election