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Australian federal electoral division

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Division of Dickson: Australian federal electoral division
The Division of Dickson is an Australian Electoral Division in Queensland, Australia. The division was formed in 1992 and is named after Sir James Dickson, a leading advocate in Australian Federation, Premier of Queensland and Minister for Defence in the first Australian Ministry. It is located in the outer north-western suburbs of Brisbane, including Albany Creek, Kallangur and Strathpine. The 2006 redistribution added the Shire of Esk to and removed part of Kallangur from the district. It has historically been a marginal seat, changing hands between the Australian Labor Party and the Liberal Party.

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Dutton draws second on ballot for Dickson

The Greens have taken out the top spot on the ballot in Liberal MP Peter Dutton's marginal Dickson seat, followed by Mr Dutton and Labor's Ali France.
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