Who won mcewen seat

The Division of McEwen is an Australian Electoral Division in the state of Victoria. Classed as a rural seat, the electorate is located in the centre of the state, Mitchell won a third term in Australian federal election, on a swing of over. The electorate of McEwen was held for Labor by Peter Cleeland from its first contest in to Coloured tab indicates seat won by a party forming government. John McEwen contested 14 federal elections from , when he won the seat of Echuca, to when he contested the seat of Murray for the last time.

Map of the Division of McEwen () [PDF MB] For supporting information, see Party codes, demographic ratings and seat status. Fran Bailey has retained her federal seat of McEwen - by 27 votes - a court has declared, more than seven months after the federal election. Sunbury businessman Ben Collier (pictured) was chosen by the Liberals in August to fight Labor's Rob Mitchell, who won the seat in

The Victorian federal electorate of McEwen was a hard seat for Labor to win during the Howard years thanks to the popularity of the. Federal Electoral Division of. MCEWEN. Boundary gazetted 24 December 4. 0. 8. F km. Divisional boundary. MURRAY. Adjoining boundary ndary of. John McEwen was born in Chiltern, Victoria on 29 March Sir John McEwen (), prime minister and farmer, was born on 29 March At the Federal elections on 15 September he won the seat of Echuca in.