Queensland state election, 2004

Queensland State Election, 2004

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Queensland state election, 2004

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An election was held in the Australian state of Queensland on 7 February 2004 to elect the 89 members of the state's Legislative Assembly.

The Australian Labor Party (ALP) government of Premier Peter Beattie won a third term in office, with its large majority almost untouched.

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The Nationals regained three seats from Labor — Burdekin, Burnett and Charters Towers — as well as Lockyer from One Nation member Bill Flynn, but lost Keppel to Labor, leaving them with a total gain of three seats. The Liberal Party won Currumbin from Minister Merri Rose, as well as taking Rob Borbidge's former seat of Surfers Paradise from independent Lex Bell, who had won it in the 2001 by-election following Borbidge's resignation.


Seats changing hands

Subsequent changes

In 2005,...
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