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Queensland Assembly Election 2015

On 31 January 2015, the 2,962,238 enrolled voters for the Queensland Legislative Assembly will be asked to choose between 433 candidates from 8 party groupings for the 89 Assembly seats. Results will be displayed on this website the day after the election.

A statewide summary of the previous Assembly election in 2012 can be found here. Summaries of all previous assembly elections are available under 'State Parliament (Assembly)' in the panel below.


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