Guide to the Victorian State Election, 2018
Welcome to the guide to the 2018 Victorian State Election. This guide aims to provide comprehensive coverage of the upcoming November 24 State Election in Victoria, including electorate profiles, details of candidates standing in each electorate, past election data and predictions. Please note that this guide is a work in progress and will be progressively updated in the coming months leading up to November. Use the links below to navigate through the various sections of this guide.
The Andrews Labor Government will be aiming to win a second term. However, they face electoral threats on two fronts: from the Liberal Party in Melbourne's south east and from the Greens in the inner city of Melbourne. An analysis and preview of the 2018 state election, including key seats, the issues and state opinion polling.
A searchable index of candidates standing in the 2018 Victorian State Election, ordered alphabetically and grouped by electorate.
The pendulum of lower house electorates, ordered by electoral margin. Each electorate has its own profile that details candidates and past results (including booth by booth results for the 2014 Election).
Detailed information on each of the Victorian upper house regions. Each region has its own profile that details candidates as well as past results.
An analysis of demographics and how they correlate with voting patterns in Victoria.
An overview of the political parties in Victoria and where they stand on the political spectrum.
2014 First Preference Vote Percentage by Polling Place - a sortable spreadsheet of all polling places used for the 2014 Victorian State Election and the lower house primary vote of each party, ordered according to lower house electorate (note: requires Excel).
2014 Two Party Preferred Vote Percentage by Polling Place - Coming soon