Candidates of the Australian federal election, 2010

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This article provides details on candidates who stood at the 2010 Australian federal election.

Nominations were formally declared open by the Australian Electoral Commission following the issue of the writ on 19 July 2010. Nominations closed on 29 July 2010. The received nominations were declared publicly on 30 July 2010.[1]

The election was held on Saturday 21 August 2010.[1]

Redistributions and seat changes[edit]

Retiring Members and Senators[edit]

Labor[edit]

Liberal[edit]

National[edit]

House of Representatives[edit]

Sitting members are shown in bold text. Successful candidates are highlighted in the relevant colour. Where there is possible confusion, an asterisk (*) is also used.

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate Other candidates
 
Canberra Labor Gai Brodtmann Giulia Jones Sue Ellerman
Fraser Labor Andrew Leigh James Milligan Indra Esguerra Quintin Hedges-Phillips (SPA)

New South Wales[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Greens candidate CDP candidate Other candidates
   
Banks Labor Daryl Melham Ron Delezio (Lib) Paul Spight Michael Parsons (ON)
Barton Labor Robert McClelland John La Mela (Lib) Simone Francis
Bennelong Labor Maxine McKew John Alexander (Lib) Lindsay Peters Julie Worsley Stephen Chavura (FFP)
Martin Levine (BAP)
Mary Mockler (CA)
Terje Petersen (LDP)
Bill Pounder (TCS)
Sue Raye (ASP)
Victor Waterson (ON)
Berowra Liberal Michael Stove Philip Ruddock (Lib) Toni Wright-Turner Steve Evans Christian Ellis (FFP)
Mick Gallagher (Ind)
Blaxland Labor Jason Clare Mark Majewski (Lib) Malikeh Michels David Ball (Ind)
Abdul Charaf (Ind)
Richard Phillips (SEP)
Ronald Poulsen (-)
Bob Vinnicombe (ON)
Bradfield Liberal Sarah Gallard Paul Fletcher (Lib) Susie Gemmell
Calare National Kevin Duffy John Cobb (Nat) Jeremy Buckingham Jessyka Norsworthy Paul Blanch (Ind)
Karen Romano (Ind)
Macgregor Ross (Ind)
Charlton Labor Greg Combet John McDonald (Lib) Ian McKenzie Mitchell Pickstone Patrick Barry (Ind)
Ann Lawler (CEC)
Chifley Labor Ed Husic Venus Priest (Lib) Debbie Robertson Dave Vincent Terry Cooksley (AFP)
Keith Darley (Dem)
Louise Kedwell (ON)
Cook Liberal Peter Scaysbrook Scott Morrison (Lib) Naomi Waizer Beth Smith Merelyn Foy (FFP)
Richard Putral (ON)
Graeme Strang (Ind)
Cowper National Paul Sefky Luke Hartsuyker (Nat) Dominic King Deborah Lions John Arkan (Ind)
Cunningham Labor Sharon Bird Philip Clifford (Lib) George Takacs John Flanagan (NCPP)
Jess Moore (SA)
Dobell Labor Craig Thomson John McNamara (Lib) Scott Rickard Rhonda Avasalu Gavin Brett (FFP)
Eden-Monaro Labor Mike Kelly David Gazard (Lib) Catherine Moore Ursula Bennett Ray Buckley (Ind)
Frank Fragiacomo (Ind)
Tom Gradwell (FFP)
Olga Quilty (LDP)
Farrer Liberal Christian Emmery Sussan Ley (Lib) Peter Carruthers James Male Stephen Bingle (Dem)
Louise Burge (Ind)
Jason Clancy (-)
Mathew Crothers (SPA)
Fowler Labor Chris Hayes Thomas Dang (Lib) Signe Westerberg Mike Head (SEP)
Gilmore Labor Neil Reilly Joanna Gash (Lib) Ben van der Wijngaart Bohdan Brumerskyj Elizabeth Cunningham (FFP)
Don Keys (LDP)
Annette Williams (SPA)
Grayndler Labor Anthony Albanese Alexander Dore (Lib) Sam Byrne James Cogan (SEP)
Perry Garofani (Dem)
Pip Hinman (SA)
Greenway Labor Michelle Rowland Jaymes Diaz (Lib) Paul Taylor Allan Green John Baiada (BAP)
Joaquim de Lima (LDP)
Iris Muller (FFP)
Tony Pettitt (AFP)
Michael Santos (Ind)
Amarjit Tanda (Ind)
Ronaldo Villaver (Dem)
Hughes Liberal Brent Thomas Craig Kelly (Lib) Susan Roberts Scott Nailon Peter Bussa (ON)
Stan Hurley (FFP)
Don Nguyen (LDP)
Hume Liberal Robin Saville Alby Schultz (Lib) Kevin Watchirs Karen Buttigieg Greg Butler (Dem)
Charles Liptak (FFP)
Lisa Milat (LDP)
Hunter Labor Joel Fitzgibbon Michael Johnsen (Nat) Chris Parker Wayne Riley Jennifer Leayr (ON)
Kingsford Smith Labor Peter Garrett Michael Feneley (Lib) Lindsay Shurey Josh Carmont (Dem)
John Cunningham (ON)
Zac Hambides (SEP)
Lindsay Labor David Bradbury Fiona Scott (Lib) Suzie Wright Andrew Green Geoff Brown (Ind)
John Phillips (FFP)
Mick Saunders (AFP)
Lyne Independent Frederik Lips David Gillespie (Nat) Ian Oxenford Rob Oakeshott* (Ind)
Barry Wright (Ind)
Macarthur Labor Nick Bleasdale Russell Matheson (Lib) Jessica Di Blasio Nolene Norsworthy Domenico Cammaveri (BAP)
Grant Herbert (FFP)
Kate McCulloch (ON)
Clinton Mead (Dem)
Mackellar Liberal Linda Beattie Bronwyn Bishop (Lib) Jonathan King
Macquarie Labor Susan Templeman Louise Markus (Lib) Carmel McCallum Luke Portelli John Bates (AFP)
Amy Bell (Ind)
Jason Cornelius (FFP)
Terry Tremethick (CA)
Peter Whelan (LDP)
McMahon Labor Chris Bowen Jamal Elishe (Lib) Astrid O'Neill Manny Poularas
Mitchell Liberal Nigel Gould Alex Hawke (Lib) Colin Dawson Brendon Prentice
New England Independent Greg Smith Tim Coates (Nat) Pat Schultz Brian Dettmann (ON)
Tony Windsor* (Ind)
Richard Witten (CEC)
Newcastle Labor Sharon Grierson Brad Luke (Lib) Michael Osborne Milton Caine Zane Alcorn (SA)
Noel Holt (SEP)
Dean Winter (Dem)
North Sydney Liberal Leta Webb Joe Hockey (Lib) Andrew Robjohns Daniel Le (FFP)
Daniel Pearce (Dem)
Page Labor Janelle Saffin Kevin Hogan (Nat) Jeff Johnson Doug Behn (Ind)
Julia Melland (Dem)
Merle Summerville (Ind)
Parkes National Andrew Brooks Mark Coulton (Nat) Matt Parmeter John Clements (Ind)
Mick Colless (Ind)
Parramatta Labor Julie Owens Charles Camenzuli (Lib) Phil Bradley Alex Sharah Chris Gordon (SEP)
Kalpesh Patel (Ind)
Duncan Roden (SA)
Paterson Liberal Jim Arneman Bob Baldwin (Lib) Jan Davis Anna Balfour Paul Hennelly (-)
Veronica Lambert (FFP)
Kevin Leayr (ON)
Josef Wiedenhorn (Ind)
Reid Labor John Murphy Peter Cooper (Lib) Adam Butler Bill Shailer Carolyn Kennett (SEP)
Richmond Labor Justine Elliot Alan Hunter (Nat)
Joan van Lieshout (Lib)
Joe Ebono Julie Boyd (Ind)
Nic Faulkner (Ind)
Matthew Hartley (Ind)
Stephen Hegedus (Ind)
David Robinson (Dem)
Riverina National Robyn Hakelis Michael McCormack* (Nat)
Andrew Negline (Lib)
David Fletcher Sylvia Mulholland Craig Hesketh (ON)
Matthew Hogg (Ind)
Rhonda Lever (FFP)
Tim Quilty (LDP)
Robertson Labor Deborah O'Neill Darren Jameson (Lib) Peter Freewater Graham Freemantle Melissa Batten (Ind)
Nicole Beiger (LDP)
Jake Cassar (Ind)
Michael Jakob (FFP)
Michelle Meares (Ind)
Don Parkes (ON)
Shortland Labor Jill Hall Deborah Narayanan (Lib) Phillipa Parsons Milton Alchin (ON)
Peter Williams (SPA)
Sydney Labor Tanya Plibersek Gordon Weiss (Lib) Tony Hickey Denis Doherty (Comm)
Christopher Owen (SPA)
Brett Paterson (Dem)
Jane Ward (Ind)
Throsby Labor Stephen Jones Juliet Arkwright (Lib)
Alan Hay (Nat)
Peter Moran Wayne Hartman (NCPP)
Warringah Liberal Hugh Zochling Tony Abbott (Lib) Matthew Drake-Brockman Kenneth Cooke (SPA)
Alexander Gutman (ASP)
Watson Labor Tony Burke Ken Nam (Lib) Christine Donayre Mark Sharma (Ind)
Wentworth Liberal Steven Lewis Malcolm Turnbull (Lib) Matthew Robertson John August (SPA)
Malcolm Duncan (Ind)
Stuart Neal (CA)
Pat Sheil (Ind)
Werriwa Labor Laurie Ferguson Essam Eskaros (Lib) Lauren Moore

Northern Territory[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate CLP candidate Greens candidate Other candidates
 
Lingiari Labor Warren Snowdon Leo Abbott Barbara Shaw Deirdre Finter (Ind)
Peter Flynn (CEC)
Kenny Lechleitner (Ind)
Solomon Labor Damian Hale Natasha Griggs Emma Young Trudy Campbell (CEC)
John Kearney (ON)

Queensland[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate LNP candidate Greens candidate FFP candidate Other candidates
 
Blair Labor Shayne Neumann Neil Zabel Patricia Petersen Joshua Olyslagers Brad King (Ind)
Bonner Labor Kerry Rea Ross Vasta Darryl Rosin Carolyn Ferrando Greg Sowden (Ind)
Utz Wellner (DLP)
Bowman LNP Jenny Peters Andrew Laming David Keogh Karina Windolf Dave Chidgey (ON)
John Kent (DLP)
Brisbane Labor Arch Bevis Teresa Gambaro Andrew Bartlett Mark White Ewan Saunders (SA)
Capricornia Labor Kirsten Livermore Michelle Landry Paul Bambrick Sandra Corneloup Shane Guley (Ind)
Steve Jeffery (SPA)
Bevan Mowen (Ind)
Dawson Labor Mike Brunker George Christensen Jonathon Dykyj Damian Herrington Bill Ingrey (CEC)
Dickson Labor Fiona McNamara Peter Dutton David Colbert Alan Revie Bob Hunter (LDP)
Rebecca Jenkinson (Ind)
Fadden LNP Rana Watson Stuart Robert Graeme Maizey Barrie Nicholson Ian Rossiter (ON)
Fairfax LNP Dan McIntyre Alex Somlyay Narelle McCarthy Ron Hunt
Fisher LNP Chris Cummins Peter Slipper Garry Claridge Robyn Robertson
Flynn Labor Chris Trevor Ken O'Dowd Anne Goddard Di Hancock-Mills John McMahon (DLP)
Duncan Scott (Ind)
Forde Labor Brett Raguse Bert van Manen Petrina Maizey Melissa Raassina
Griffith Labor Kevin Rudd Rebecca Docherty Emma-Kate Rose Jesse Webb Hamish Chitts (-)
Jan Pukallus (CEC)
Gregory Romans (LDP)
Groom LNP Chris Meibusch Ian Macfarlane Frida Forsberg Rose Kirkwood Rod Jeanneret (Ind)
Herbert Labor Tony Mooney Ewen Jones Michael Rubenach Michael Punshon
Hinkler LNP Belinda McNeven Paul Neville Jenny Fitzgibbon Trevor Versace Cy d'Oliveira (Ind)
Adrian Wone (Ind)
Kennedy Independent Andrew Turnour Ed Morrison Jess Jones Fred Dykstra Bob Katter* (Ind)
Leichhardt Labor Jim Turnour Warren Entsch Neville St John Wood Shannon McSweeney Yodie Batzke (Ind)
Steve Lane (Ind)
Jen Sackley (Ind)
Lilley Labor Wayne Swan Rod McGarvie Andrew Jeremijenko Andrew Herschell Douglas Crowhurst (Ind)
Longman Labor Jon Sullivan Wyatt Roy Rod Blair Claire McErlane Bob Fox (Ind)
Andrew Jackson (DLP)
John Reece (Ind)
Michael van Boeckel (Ind)
Joshua van Veen (LDP)
Maranoa LNP Geoff Keating Bruce Scott Grant Newson Greg McKay Charles Nason (Ind)
McPherson LNP Dan Byron Karen Andrews Ben O'Callaghan Matthew Reeves
Moncrieff LNP Robert Hough Steven Ciobo Sally Spain James Tayler
Moreton Labor Graham Perrett Malcolm Cole Elissa Jenkins Steve Christian Lee Nightingale (DLP)
Oxley Labor Bernie Ripoll Tarnya Smith Des Hoban Timothy Stieler
Petrie Labor Yvette D'Ath Dean Teasdale Peter Jeremijenko Sally Vincent Lawrence Addison (DLP)
Gabriel Buckley (LDP)
Rankin Labor Craig Emerson Luke Smith Neil Cotter Alexandra Todd
Ryan LNP Steven Miles Jane Prentice Sandra Bayley Allan Vincent Michael Johnson (Ind)
Wide Bay LNP Nikolee Ansell Warren Truss Jim McDonald Ken Herschell Santo Ferraro (ON)
Wright LNP Andrew Ramsay Scott Buchholz Anna Bridle Jeremy Fredericks Ken Degen (Ind)

South Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate FFP candidate Other candidates
 
Adelaide Labor Kate Ellis Luke Westley Ruth Beach Sue Neal Marie Nicholls (Dem)
Christopher Steele (LDP)
Gemma Weedall (SA)
Barker Liberal Simone McDonnell Patrick Secker Sean Moffat Trevor Honeychurch Steven Davies (TCS)
Boothby Liberal Annabel Digance Andrew Southcott Fiona Blinco Meredith Resce Avi Chapman (SPA)
Ray McGhee (Ind)
Michael Noack (LDP)
Thomas Salerno (Dem)
Stephen Skillitzi (TCS)
Grey Liberal Tauto Sansbury Rowan Ramsey Andrew Melville-Smith Sylvia Holland
Hindmarsh Labor Steve Georganas Jassmine Wood Matt Fisher Bob Randall Greg Croke (Dem)
Adrian Paech (TCS)
Kingston Labor Amanda Rishworth Chris Zanker Palitja Moore Geoff Doecke Ron Baker (Dem)
Makin Labor Tony Zappia Liz Davies Jasemin Rose Mark Potter Michael Gameau (LDP)
Anton Horvat (ON)
Wayne Rich (Dem)
Robert Stewart (TCS)
Mayo Liberal Sam Davis Jamie Briggs Diane Atkinson Bruce Hicks John Michelmore (TCS)
Rebekkah Osmond (Dem)
Andrew Phillips (Ind)
Bill Spragg (Ind)
Port Adelaide Labor Mark Butler Nigel McKenna Kalyna Micenko Bruce Hambour
Sturt Liberal Rick Sarre Christopher Pyne Peter Fiebig Dale Clegg Darren Andrews (Dem)
Jess Clark (LDP)
Jack King (ON)
Wakefield Labor Nick Champion David Strauss Jane Alcorn Paul Coombe Darren Hassan (Dem)

Tasmania[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate Other candidates
 
Bass Labor Geoff Lyons Steve Titmus Sancia Colgrave Adrian Watts (CEC)
Braddon Labor Sid Sidebottom Garry Carpenter Scott Jordan
Denison Labor Jonathan Jackson Cameron Simpkins Geoff Couser Melanie Barnes (SA)
Andrew Wilkie* (Ind)
Franklin Labor Julie Collins Jane Howlett Wendy Heatley John Forster (Ind)
Lyons Labor Dick Adams Eric Hutchinson Karen Cassidy Lucas Noyes (SPA)

Victoria[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Greens candidate FFP candidate Other candidates
 
Aston Liberal Rupert Evans Alan Tudge (Lib) Salore Craig Rachel Hanna
Ballarat Labor Catherine King Mark Banwell (Lib) Belinda Coates Jim Rainey
Batman Labor Martin Ferguson George Souris (Lib) Alexandra Bhathal Andrew Conlon Con Sarazen (Dem)
Bendigo Labor Steve Gibbons Craig Hunter (Lib) Kymberlie Dimozantos Alan Howard
Bruce Labor Alan Griffin Mike Kabos (Lib) Stefan Zibell Felicity Hemmersbach
Calwell Labor Maria Vamvakinou Wayne Tseng (Lib) Lenka Thompson Jeff Truscott Peter Byrne (SEP)
Casey Liberal Sami Hisheh Tony Smith (Lib) Brendan Powell Daniel Harrison
Chisholm Labor Anna Burke John Nguyen (Lib) Josh Fergeus Phil Goodman Nimrod Evans (SPA)
Corangamite Labor Darren Cheeseman Sarah Henderson (Lib) Mike Lawrence Anne Wojczuk Sally-Anne Brown (Ind)
Nathan Timmins (LDP)
Corio Labor Richard Marles Don Gibson (Lib) Gavin Brown Scott Amberley Sue Bull (SA)
Deakin Labor Mike Symon Phil Barresi (Lib) David Howell Peter Lake Alex Norwick (AFP)
Abraham Seviloglou (Ind)
Benjamin Walsh (LDP)
Dunkley Liberal Helen Constas Bruce Billson (Lib) Simon Tiller Yasmin de Zilwa
Flinders Liberal Francis Gagliano-Ventura Greg Hunt (Lib) Bob Brown Reade Smith
Gellibrand Labor Nicola Roxon David McConnell (Lib) Rod Solin Liz Mumby Tania Baptist (SEP)
Ben Courtice (SA)
Gippsland National Darren McCubbin Darren Chester (Nat) Michael Bond Heath Jefferis Ben Buckley (LDP)
Goldstein Liberal Nick Eden Andrew Robb (Lib) Neil Pilling Anthony Forster
Gorton Labor Brendan O'Connor Damon Ryder (Lib) Steve Wilson Sean Major
Higgins Liberal Tony Clark Kelly O'Dwyer (Lib) Sam Hibbins Ashley Truter David Fawcett (Ind)
Holt Labor Anthony Byrne Ricardo Balancy (Lib) Frank di Mascolo Ian George Mark Hitchins (SPA)
Hotham Labor Simon Crean Fazal Cader (Lib) Geoff Payne Gary Ong Trent Reardon (SPA)
Indi Liberal Zuvele Leschen Sophie Mirabella (Lib) Jenny O'Connor Robert Cavedon Mark Carey (Dem)
Alan Lappin (Ind)
Isaacs Labor Mark Dreyfus Dale McClelland (Lib) Chris Carman Heather Wheatley Gordon Ford (Ind)
Jagajaga Labor Jenny Macklin Johannes Bauch (Lib) Chris Kearney Joe Sgarlata Peter Harris (SPA)
Kooyong Liberal Steven Hurd Josh Frydenberg (Lib) Des Benson John Laidler
Lalor Labor Julia Gillard Sheridan Ingram (Lib) Peter Taylor Lori McLean Marc Aussie-Stone (Ind)
Joanne Clarke (Ind)
Van Rudd (-)
Brian Shaw (Ind)
Paul Sheehan (SPA)
La Trobe Liberal Laura Smyth Jason Wood (Lib) Jim Reiher David Barrow Shem Bennett (LDP)
Martin Leahy (ASP)
Mallee National Bob Scates John Forrest (Nat) Helen Healy Carl Carter
Maribyrnong Labor Bill Shorten Conrad D'Souza (Lib) Tim Long Colin Moyle Robert Livesay (Dem)
McEwen Liberal Rob Mitchell Cameron Caine (Lib) Steve Meacher Belinda Clarkson Mark Bini (LDP)
Robert Gordon (SPA)
McMillan Liberal Christine Maxfield Russell Broadbent (Lib) Malcolm McKelvie Linden Stokes Leigh Gatt (Ind)
Melbourne Labor Cath Bowtell Simon Olsen (Lib) Adam Bandt Georgia Pearson David Collyer (Dem)
Penelope Green (SPA)
Joel Murray (ASP)
Melbourne Ports Labor Michael Danby Kevin Ekendahl (Lib) Sue Plowright Daniel Emmerson Gregory Storer (SPA)
Christian Vega (ASP)
Menzies Liberal Joy Banerji Kevin Andrews (Lib) Chris Padgham Ken Smithies
Murray Liberal Hugh Mortensen Sharman Stone (Lib) Ian Christoe Serena Moore Will Clarke-Hannaford (SPA)
Jeff Davy (CEC)
Ewan McDonald (CDP)
Scullin Labor Harry Jenkins Max Williams (Lib) Gurm Sekhon Ivan Straton
Wannon Liberal Judith McNamara Dan Tehan (Lib) Lisa Owen Jahzeel Concepcion Ralph Leutton (Ind)
Allan Marsh (Ind)
Robert O'Brien (Ind)
James Purcell (Ind)
Katrina Rainsford (Ind)
Wills Labor Kelvin Thomson Claude Tomisich (Lib) Mark Riley Daniel Mumby Trent Hawkins (SA)
Craig Isherwood (CEC)
Paul Roberton (Dem)

Western Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate FFP candidates CDP candidates Other candidates
 
Brand Labor Gary Gray Donna Gordin Dawn Jecks Andrew Newhouse Bob Burdett
Canning Liberal Alannah MacTiernan Don Randall Denise Hardie Darren Vernede Jamie van Burgel Ian Tuffnell (CEC)
Cowan Liberal Chas Hopkins Luke Simpkins Rob Phillips Alan Leach David Kingston
Curtin Liberal Sophie van der Merwe Julie Bishop George Crisp Pat Seymour
Durack Liberal Shane Hill Barry Haase Julie Matheson Jane Foreman Mac Forsyth Lynne Craigie (Nat)
Forrest Liberal Jackie Jarvis Nola Marino Luke Petersen Bev Custers Lee Herridge John Hill (Nat)
Fremantle Labor Melissa Parke Matt Taylor Kate Davis Larry Parsons Scott Robertson Sanna Andrew (SA)
Keith McEncroe (DLP)
Hasluck Labor Sharryn Jackson Ken Wyatt Glenice Smith Jim McCourt Linda Brewer Dot Henry (Ind)
Andrew Middleton (TCS)
Moore Liberal Jeremy Brown Mal Washer Sheridan Young Paul Barrett Meg Birch George Gault (ON)
O'Connor Liberal Ian Bishop Wilson Tuckey Andrew Huntley Pat Scallan Jacky Young Tony Crook* (Nat)
Jean Robinson (CEC)
Neil Smithson (Ind)
Geoffrey Stokes (Ind)
Pearce Liberal Bill Leadbetter Judi Moylan Toni Warden Ian Rose Janet Broadstock Darren Moir (Nat)
Chris Pepper (CEC)
Perth Labor Stephen Smith Joe Ferrante Jonathan Hallett Nigel Irvine Paul Connelly Alex Bainbridge (SA)
Stirling Liberal Louise Durack Michael Keenan Chris Martin Peter Clifford Jenny Whately Elizabeth Re (Ind)
Swan Labor Tim Hammond Steve Irons Rebecca Leighton Barry Drennan Steve Klomp Joe Lopez (SEP)
Bret Treasure (ASP)
Tangney Liberal David Doepel Dennis Jensen Peter Best Moyna Rapp Ka-ren Chew

Senate[edit]

Sitting senators are shown in bold text. Tickets that elected at least one Senator are highlighted in the relevant colour. Successful candidates are identified by an asterisk (*).

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

Two Senate places were up for election. The Labor Party was defending one seat. The Liberal Party was defending one seat.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates Democrats candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Kate Lundy*
  2. David Mathews
  1. Gary Humphries*
  2. Matthew Watts
  1. Lin Hatfield Dodds
  2. Hannah Parris
  1. Darren Churchill
  2. Anthony David

John Glynn

New South Wales[edit]

Six Senate places were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal-National Coalition was defending three seats. Senators Mark Arbib (Labor), Doug Cameron (Labor), Helen Coonan (Liberal), Marise Payne (Liberal), Ursula Stephens (Labor) and John Williams (National) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates Greens candidates CDP candidates FFP candidates
 
  1. John Faulkner*
  2. Matt Thistlethwaite*
  3. Steve Hutchins
  4. Anne Murnain
  5. Fiona Seaton
  6. Hugh McDermott
  1. Concetta Fierravanti-Wells* (Lib)
  2. Bill Heffernan* (Lib)
  3. Fiona Nash* (Nat)
  4. Hollie Hughes (Lib)
  5. Joe Dennis (Nat)
  6. George Bilic (Lib)
  1. Lee Rhiannon*
  2. Keith McIlroy
  3. Brami Jegatheeswaran
  4. Harriett Swift
  5. Simone Morrissey
  6. Dominic Kanak
  1. Paul Green
  2. Robyn Peebles
  3. Elaine Nile
  1. Greg Swane
  2. Phil Lamb
Democrats candidates One Nation candidates CEC candidates LDP candidates SA candidates
 
  1. Fiona Clancy
  2. Jen Mitchell
  1. Andrew Webber
  2. John Brett
  1. Robert Butler
  2. Ian McCaffrey
  1. Glenn Druery
  2. Lucy Gabb
  3. Peter Stitt
  1. Rachel Evans
  2. Soubhi Iskander
DLP candidates Sex Party candidates SFP candidates Carers candidates Climate Sceptics candidates
 
  1. Simon McCaffrey
  2. Martin Cullen
  1. Marianne Leishman
  2. Huw Campbell
  3. Larissa Zimmerman
  1. Jim Muirhead
  2. Alistair McGlashan
  1. Marylou Carter
  2. Maree Buckwalter
  1. Bill Koutalianos
  2. Geoffrey Brown
Secular candidates SEP candidates NCPP candidates Senator On-Line candidates Communist candidates
 
  1. Ian Bryce
  2. Lyle Warren
  1. Nick Beams
  2. Gabriela Zabala
  1. Andy Thompson
  2. Roland Foster
  1. Wes Bas
  2. Brianna Roach
  1. Geoff Lawler
  2. Brenda Kellaway
BAP candidates Group B candidates Group C candidates Group D candidates Group H candidates
 
  1. Ray Brown
  2. Michael O'Donnell
  1. Robert Hodges
  2. Bob Frier
  1. Tony Robinson
  2. Noel Selby
  1. Darrin Hodges
  2. Nick Folkes
  1. Nadia Bloom
  2. Bede Ireland
Group K candidates Group L candidates Group R candidates Group T candidates Group X candidates
 
  1. Meg Sampson
  2. June Hinchliffe
  1. Leon Belgrave
  2. Janos Beregszaszi
  1. David Barker
  2. S. G. Zureik
  1. William Bourke
  2. Mark O'Connor
  1. Jennifer Stefanac
  2. Tucky Cooley
Group AB candidates Group AE candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Michael Eckford
  2. Criselee Stevens
  1. Cheryl Kernot
  2. Simon Cant

Hamish Richardson
Norman Hooper
Stewart Scott-Irving
Bryan Pape
Andrew Whalan

Northern Territory[edit]

Two Senate places were up for election. The Labor Party was defending one seat. The Country Liberal Party was defending one seat.

Labor candidates CLP candidates Greens candidates CEC candidates Sex Party candidates SFP candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Trish Crossin*
  2. Matthew Gardiner
  1. Nigel Scullion*
  2. Rhianna Harker
  1. Warren H Williams
  2. Debbie Hudson
  1. Vernon Work
  2. Graham Setterberg
  1. Seranna Shutt
  2. Shana Leitens
  1. Phillip Hoare
  2. Matt Graham

Ian Lee (Ind)
Maurie Ryan (Ind)
Duncan Dean (Dem)

Queensland[edit]

Six Senate places were up for election. The Labor Party was defending two seats. The Liberal National Party was defending four seats. Senators Ron Boswell (Liberal National), Sue Boyce (Liberal National), Mark Furner (Labor), John Hogg (Labor), Ian Macdonald (Liberal National) and Claire Moore (Labor) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates LNP candidates Greens candidates FFP candidates Democrats candidates
 
  1. Joe Ludwig*
  2. Jan McLucas*
  3. David Smith
  4. Shannon Fentiman
  1. George Brandis*
  2. Barnaby Joyce*
  3. Brett Mason*
  4. Russell Trood
  5. Julie Boyd
  1. Larissa Waters*
  2. Elizabeth Connors
  3. Jenny Stirling
  1. Wendy Francis
  2. Peter Findlay
  3. Amanda Nickson
  1. Paul Stevenson
  2. Jennifer Cluse
CDP candidates DLP candidates LDP candidates Sex Party candidates SA candidates
 
  1. Malcolm Brice
  2. Tony Vogel
  1. Tony Zegenhagen
  2. Angelique Barr
  3. Noel Jackson
  1. Jim Fryar
  2. Robert Fulton
  1. Desiree Gibson
  2. Tim Sheen
  1. Sam Watson
  2. David Lowe
One Nation candidates Secular candidates Carers candidates CEC candidates Senator On-Line candidates
 
  1. Rod Evans
  2. Ian Nelson
  1. Kat Alberts
  2. Peter Shelton
  1. Anne Vetter
  2. Vicki Horne
  1. Robert Thies
  2. Maurice Hetherington
  1. Scott Reading
  2. Joh Embrey
SFP candidates Australia First candidates Climate Sceptics candidates AFLP candidates Group C candidates
 
  1. Andrew Peter
  2. Chris Huggett
  1. Peter Schuback
  2. Nick Maine
  1. Terence Cardwell
  2. Lance Jones
  1. Keith Douglas
  2. Michael Mansfield
  1. Paul Spencer
  2. Mary Spencer
Group F candidates Group G candidates Group I candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. John Pyke
  2. Christopher Tooley
  1. E-Jay Lindsay-Park
  2. Lachlan Guerin
  1. Russell Wattie
  2. John Dowell

Mark White
Don Bambrick
Mark Smith
Jarrod Wirth
Peter Pyke
Maurie Carroll

South Australia[edit]

Six Senate places were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal Party was defending three seats. Senators Cory Bernardi (Liberal), Simon Birmingham (Liberal), Don Farrell (Labor), Sarah Hanson-Young (Greens), Nick Xenophon (Independent) and Penny Wong (Labor) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates FFP candidates Democrats candidates
 
  1. Alex Gallacher*
  2. Anne McEwen*
  3. Dana Wortley
  1. Mary Jo Fisher*
  2. Sean Edwards*
  3. David Fawcett*
  4. Peter Salu
  1. Penny Wright*
  2. Sandy Montgomery
  3. Jeremy Miller
  1. Bob Day
  2. Andrew Cole
  3. Thea Hennessey
  1. Jeanie Walker
  2. Andrew Castrique
DLP candidates CDP candidates One Nation candidates LDP candidates Sex Party candidates
 
  1. Paul Russell
  2. David McCabe
  1. Joseph Stephen
  2. Frank Revink
  1. Robert Edmonds
  2. Peter Fitzpatrick
  1. Nick Kerry
  2. Megan Clark
  1. Ari Reid
  2. Jason Virgo
SA candidates Climate Sceptics candidates Carers candidates Senator On-Line candidates SFP candidates
 
  1. Renfrey Clarke
  2. Ruth Ratcliffe
  1. Leon Ashby
  2. Nathan Ashby
  1. Garry Connor
  2. Angela Groves
  1. Simon Lang
  2. Jamie Dawson
  1. Steve Larsson
  2. Robert Borsak
BAP candidates Secular candidates Group B candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Bill Adams
  2. Neil Jackson
  1. Scott Sharrad
  2. Moira Clarke
  1. Mark Aldridge
  2. Christopher Cochrane

Michelle Drummond

Tasmania[edit]

Six Senate places were up for election. The Labor Party was defending two seats. The Liberal Party was defending three seats. The Australian Greens were defending one seat. Senators Catryna Bilyk (Labor), Bob Brown (Greens), Carol Brown (Labor), David Bushby (Liberal), Richard Colbeck (Liberal) and Nick Sherry (Labor) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates FFP candidates Democrats candidates
 
  1. Helen Polley*
  2. Anne Urquhart*
  3. Lisa Singh*
  1. Eric Abetz*
  2. Stephen Parry*
  3. Guy Barnett
  1. Christine Milne*
  2. Peter Whish-Wilson
  3. Penelope Ann
  1. Jim Zubic
  2. Hamish Woodcock
  1. Paulene Hutton
  2. Timothy Neal
DLP candidates SFP candidates Senator On-Line candidates Secular candidates Climate Sceptics candidates
 
  1. Mishka Gora
  2. Margaret Williams
  1. Ray Williams
  2. Jeff Blackmore
  1. Julie Murray
  2. Sven Wiener
  1. Jeff Keogh
  2. Jin-oh Choi
  1. Frank Waller
  2. Sally Costella
Ungrouped candidates
 

Dino Ottavi

Victoria[edit]

Six Senate places are up for election. The Labor Party was defending two seats. The Liberal-National Coalition was defending three seats. The Family First Party was defending one seat. Senators Jacinta Collins (Labor), David Feeney (Labor), Mitch Fifield (Liberal), Helen Kroger (Liberal), Gavin Marshall (Labor) and Scott Ryan (Liberal) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates Greens candidates FFP candidates Democrats candidates
 
  1. Kim Carr*
  2. Stephen Conroy*
  3. Antony Thow
  4. Marg Lewis
  5. Shelly Freeman
  1. Michael Ronaldson* (Lib)
  2. Bridget McKenzie* (Nat)
  3. Julian McGauran (Lib)
  4. Susan Jennison (Lib)
  1. Richard Di Natale*
  2. Janet Rice
  3. Nam Bui
  4. Jen Hargrave
  5. Julie Rivendell
  6. Liezl Shnookal
  1. Steve Fielding
  2. Gary Plumridge
  3. Ann Bown Seeley
  4. Yuli Goh
  5. Joyce Khoo
  1. Roger Howe
  2. Rick Westgarth
One Nation candidates CEC candidates LDP candidates SA candidates Sex Party candidates
     
  1. Rosalyn Townsend
  2. Phillip Townsend
  1. Doug Mitchell
  2. Katherine Isherwood
  1. Ross Currie
  2. Graeme Klass
  1. Margarita Windisch
  2. Sharon Firebrace
  3. Ron Guy
  1. Fiona Patten
  2. Emma Wilson
  3. Katie Blakey
Carers candidates BAP candidates Climate Sceptics candidates DLP candidates CDP candidates
     
  1. Christopher Monteagle
  2. Wendy Peacock
  1. Darren Evans
  2. Sam White
  1. Chris Dawson
  2. Lee Holmes
  1. John Madigan*
  2. Geraldine Gonsalvez
  3. John Kavanagh
  1. Vickie Janson
  2. Ben Eddy-Veitz
SFP candidates SEP candidates Senator On-Line candidates Secular candidates Group B candidates
         
  1. Peter Kelly
  2. Alex Krstic
  1. Patrick O'Connor
  2. Keo Vongvixay
  1. Glenn Sargent
  2. Emma Wardle
  1. John Perkins
  2. Rosemary Sceats
  1. Joseph Toscano
  2. Jenny Warfe
  3. Andrew Sadauskas
Group U candidates Ungrouped candidates
         
  1. Stephen Mayne
  2. Paula Piccinini

Grant Beale
Glenn Shea

Western Australia[edit]

Six Senate places were up for election. The Labor Party was defending two seats. The Liberal Party was defending three seats. The Greens were defending one seat. Senators Mark Bishop (Labor), Michaelia Cash (Liberal), Alan Eggleston (Liberal), David Johnston (Liberal), Scott Ludlam (Greens) and Louise Pratt (Labor) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates National candidates Greens candidates FFP candidates
 
  1. Chris Evans*
  2. Glenn Sterle*
  3. Wendy Perdon
  4. Peter MacFarlane
  1. Mathias Cormann*
  2. Chris Back*
  3. Judith Adams*
  4. Jane Mouritz
  5. Jonathan Huston
  1. John McCourt
  2. Ronnie Fleay
  3. Michael Rose
  1. Rachel Siewert*
  2. Kado Muir
  3. Christine Cunningham
  1. Linda Rose
  2. Steve Fuhrmann
Democrats candidates CDP candidates CEC candidates LDP candidates Climate Sceptics candidates
 
  1. Paul Young
  2. Matthew Corica
  1. Trevor Young
  2. Lachlan Dunjey
  1. Judy Sudholz
  2. Stuart Smith
  1. Mark Walmsley
  2. Mark Dixon
  1. Beau Woods
  2. Heather Dewar
SFP candidates Carers Alliance candidates SA candidates Secular candidates DLP candidates
 
  1. Paul Peake
  2. Christine Peake
  1. Julie Gilmore
  2. Aileen Polain
  1. Ben Peterson
  2. Julie Gray
  1. Guy Curtis
  2. Andrew Thompson
  1. Elaine McNeill
  2. Joe Nardizzi
One Nation candidates Sex Party candidates Senator On-Line candidates Group A candidates Group B candidates
 
  1. Craig Bradshaw
  2. Bill Cook
  1. Justine Martin
  2. Mark Coleman
  1. Daniel Mayer
  2. Keturah Hoffman
  1. Anthony Fels
  2. Felly Chandra
  1. Paddy Embry
  2. Juanita Finnegan
Group U candidates Group V candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Gerry Georgatos
  2. Bill Hayward
  3. Marianne Mackay
  4. Lara Menkens
  1. Scott Cowans
  2. John Goodlad
  3. James Versteegen

Rosemary Steineck

Summary by party[edit]

Beside each party is the number of seats contested by that party in the House of Representatives for each state, as well as an indication of whether the party contested the Senate election in the respective state.

Party NSW Vic Qld WA SA Tas ACT NT Total
HR S HR S HR S HR S HR S HR S HR S HR S HR S
Australian Labor Party 48 * 37 * 30 * 15 * 11 * 5 * 2 * 2 * 150 8
Liberal Party of Australia 41 * 35 * 15 * 11 * 5 * 2 * 109 6
Liberal National Party 30 * 30 1
National Party of Australia 10 * 2 * 4 * 16 3
Country Liberal Party 2 * 2 1
Australian Greens 48 * 37 * 30 * 15 * 11 * 5 * 2 * 2 * 150 8
Family First Party 16 * 37 * 30 * 14 * 11 * * 108 6
Christian Democratic Party 26 * 1 * * 15 * * 42 5
Australian Democrats 12 * 5 * * * 8 * * * * 25 8
Liberal Democratic Party 9 * 5 * 4 * * 4 * 22 5
One Nation 14 * * 3 * 1 * 2 * 1 21 5
Secular Party of Australia 6 * 9 * 1 * * 1 * 1 * 1 19 6
Citizens Electoral Council 2 * 2 * 2 * 3 * 1 2 * 12 5
Socialist Alliance 4 * 3 * 1 * 2 * 1 * 1 12 5
Socialist Equality Party 7 * 2 * 1 10 2
Democratic Labor Party * * 6 * 1 * * * 7 6
The Climate Sceptics 1 * * * 1 * 5 * * 7 6
Australian Sex Party 2 * 3 * * 1 * * * 6 6
Australia First Party 4 1 * 5 1
Carers Alliance 3 * * * * * 3 5
Building Australia Party 3 * * * 3 3
Non-Custodial Parents Party 2 * 2 1
Communist Alliance 1 * 1 1
Shooters and Fishers Party * * * * * * * 7
Senator On-Line * * * * * * 6
Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party * 1
Independent and other 40 15 21 4 3 2 2 87

Unregistered parties and groups[edit]

Some parties and groups that did not qualify for registration with the Australian Electoral Commission nevertheless endorsed candidates, who appeared on the ballot papers as independent or unaffiliated candidates.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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