The flow to Labor on exclusion in these two seats was 43.9% in Drysdale and 49.6% in Port Darwin. The swing against Labor prompted an apology from the Chief Minister, saying that Labor ‘need[s] to work even harder to earn your vote back’. The swing against Labor prompted an apology from the Chief Minister, saying that Labor ‘need[s] to work even harder to earn your vote back’. At the 2020 election Collins and McConnell unsuccessfully stood as TA and independent candidates respectively. Designed and Developed by GianlucaM, THE 2020 NORTHERN TERRITORY ELECTION: A QUICK GUIDE, The 2020 Northern Territory election: a quick guide, DL AFFRANCAZIONI: PD, BUON COMPROMESSO POSITIVO PER I CITTADINI, ANPAL: GRIBAUDO (PD), PARISI STABILIZZI I PRECARI, SITUAZIONE RIDICOLA, PERù, CRISI POLITICA. Turnout was up 0.92 percentage points, 1.3 points in greater Darwin but only 0.3 in the rest of the Territory. [19], In August 2019, Terry Mills, the independent member for the seat of Blain, announced the formation of a new regionalist big tent party known as Territory Alliance. Swings are based on margins adjusted for the 2019 redistribution. Northern Advocate Election 2020: History made as Northland turns red - National loses Whangārei and Northland electorates. Candidates - NT Local Government (Council), 2019 NT Electoral Boundary Redistribution, Submissions and Inquiries on electoral matters, Redistributions in the Northern Territory. [5] The new Gunner Ministry was sworn in on 8 September 2020.[6]. Background The Northern Territory has a unicameral Legislative Assembly with 25 electoral districts, each electing one member. Vowles resigned in early 2020, triggering a by-election for his electorate of Johnston. This increased to three seats in March 2020 when Jeff Collins (expelled by Labor in December 2018) and Robyn Lambley (the former deputy CLP leader who was re-elected as an independent in 2016) announced they had joined the party, taking Territory Alliance's representation in the Assembly to three seats. Early voting The August 2020 election saw a notable increase in early voting, however the figures generally followed the election-by-election increase in early voting trend over the past few elections (see Figure 2 below). He had a 1389 majority in the 2017 general election over NZ First leader Winston Peters. There are nine new members – Steven Edgington (CLP Barkly), Mark Turner (Labor Blain), Joshua Burgoyne (CLP Brailting), Marie-Clare Booth (CLP Brennan), Ian Sloan (CLP Daly), Mark Monaghan (Labor Fong Lim), Jo Hersey (CLP Katherine), Bill Yan (CLP Namatjira) and Gerard Maley (CLP Nelson). The 2016 change to optional preferential voting was introduced by the Giles CLP government and aimed to reduce the level of informal voting. The 2020 Northern Territory election: a quick guide 4, Table 1: Summary of first preference votes and seats won. The 2020 Northern Territory election: a quick guide 7, Appendix A: Two-candidate preferred results Electorate Votes Percent Winner, ALP CLP Ind TA Total ALP CLP Ind TA Turnout Informal, Arafura 1 388 1 203 2 733 50.79 44.02 52.70 5.2 ALP, Araluen 2 161 2 203 4 521 47.80 48.73 78.70 3.5 TA, Arnhem 1 508 1 416 3 156 47.78 44.87 58.10 7.4 ALP, Barkly 1 717 1 724 3 597 47.73 47.93 63.20 4.3 CLP, Blain 2 095 2 082 4 315 48.55 48.25 75.80 3.2 ALP, Braitling 2 141 2 254 4 532 47.24 49.74 77.70 3.0 CLP, Brennan 2 138 2 242 4 526 47.24 49.54 78.80 3.2 CLP, Casuarina 3 035 1 566 4 718 64.33 33.19 83.60 2.5 ALP, Daly 1 890 1 984 4 131 45.75 48.03 73.50 6.2 CLP, Drysdale 2 261 1 644 4 109 55.03 40.01 70.50 5.0 ALP, 2 588 1 757 4 430 58.42 39.66 80.90 1.9 ALP, Fong Lim 2 197 1 978 4 305 51.03 45.95 77.50 3.0 ALP, Goyder 2 030 2 665 4 884 41.56 54.57 87.50 3.9 Ind, Gwoja 1 760 898 2 806 62.72 32.00 52.80 5.3 ALP, Johnston 2 850 1 434 4 434 64.28 32.34 79.80 3.4 ALP, Karama 2 491 1 678 4 293 58.02 39.09 78.30 2.9 ALP, Katherine 1 853 2 033 4 037 45.90 50.36 70.20 3.7 CLP, Mulka 1 843 2 252 4 191 43.98 53.73 68.40 2.3 Ind, Namatjira 1 792 1 814 3 786 47.33 47.91 66.10 4.8 CLP, Nelson 2 658 1 903 4 707 56.47 40.43 85.50 3.1 CLP, Nightcliff 3 286 1 139 4 515 72.78 25.23 80.30 2.0 ALP, 2 241 2 060 4 413 50.78 46.68 77.40 2.5 ALP, Sanderson 3 044 1 351 4 502 67.61 30.01 82.60 2.4 ALP, Spillett 1 730 3 219 5 075 34.09 63.43 86.60 2.5 CLP, Wanguri 3 349 1 627 5 117 65.45 31.80 83.70 2.8 ALP, Totals 47 354 42 536 5 984 2 203 101 642 48.28 43.37 6.10 2.25 71.97 3.5, The 2020 Northern Territory election: a quick guide 8, Appendix B: Post-election Cabinet Chief Minister, Hon Michael Patrick Francis Gunner MLA Treasurer, Minister for Major Projects and Territory Economic, Hon Nicole Susan Manison MLA Deputy Chief Minister, Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Services, Minister for Northern Australia and Trade, Minister for Agribusiness and Aquaculture, Hon Natasha Kate Fyles MLA Minister for Health, Minister for Racing, Gaming and Licensing, Hon Eva Dina Lawler MLA Minister for Renewables and Energy, Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics, Hon Lauren Jane Moss MLA Minister for Education, Hon Selena Jane Malijarri Uibo MLA Attorney-General and Minister for Justice, The 2020 Northern Territory election: a quick guide 9, Minister for Treaty and Local Decision Making, Hon Paul Andrew Kirby MLA Minister for Small Business, Minister for Corporate and Digital Development, Hon Kate Jane Worden MLA Minister for Territory Families and Urban Housing, Hon Chanston (Chansey) James Paech MLA Minister for Local Government, Minister for Remote Housing and Town Camps, Minister for Indigenous Essential Services.