In 2011 in the NSW State seat of Marrickville, Labor's Carmel Tebbutt beat The Greens' Fiona Byrne by the narrowest of margins: 50.9% to 49.1%.
The Murdoch media, aided and abetted by certain Greens members, put it about that Byrne's support for BDS ensured her failure to win the seat for The Greens.
You can read all about it in my 29/3/11 post A Myth Is Born. (See also the following 3 posts with the same title.)
On 21 July 2012, in the Victorian Sate seat of Melbourne, Labor's Jennifer Kannis beat The Greens' Cathy Oke by a slightly less narrow margin: 51.38% to 48.62% (Labor declares in Melbourne by-election, skynews.com.au, 22/7/12).
BDS was not an issue in this election, The Greens having succumbed to the false notion that it was electoral poison: "Neither I nor the Victorian Greens support the BDS movement against the State of Israel." (Kathy Oke quoted in Danby declares war on Greens, The Australian Jewish News, 20/7/12)
When are The Greens going to wake up to the realisation that the real poison is backing away from principled positions, refusing to stand up to the lies of the Murdoch press, and trying to please political Zionists? Until they do, forgive me for considering them (with a few honorable exceptions, such as Fiona Byrne) as merely Labor-lite.