AS the election comes to a close and the Labor government looks set to form a majority government, we broke down all the votes from all the Bendigo polling booths that led to the re-election of Lisa Chesters.
Ms Chesters won the seat of Bendigo with a 3.2 per cent swing, gaining 62 per cent of the two party preferred vote.
In our safe Labor seat, Ms Chesters won the majority of votes at all but five polling booths.
In 2019 Labor recorded majorities in 48 of the 53 polling places in the new Ballarat.
Across the electorate, Dr Sinclair recorded 13.8 per cent of the vote - a 2.8 per cent swing to the Greens.
The Greens only saw a swing backwards at three booths: Campbells creek (-1.05) Golden Square (-0.06) and Golden Square south (-0.18).
As of Monday, 86,414 out of 112,498 eligible votes have been counted.
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