Candidates of the 2019 Australian federal election

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The nomination of candidates for the 2019 Australian federal election to be held on 18 May 2019 will close on 23 April 2019.

Retiring members[edit]

Members of Parliament and Senators who have chosen not to renominate for the next election are as follows:

Labor[edit]

Liberal[edit]

Nationals[edit]

Independent[edit]

House of Representatives[edit]

Sitting members are listed 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
 
Bean Labor David Smith[21] Ed Cocks[22] Jonathan Davis[23] Jamie Christie (Ind)[24]
Therese Faulkner (Prog)[25]
Ben Rushton (UAP)[26]
Canberra Labor Alicia Payne[21] Mina Zaki[27] Tim Hollo[23] Robert Knight (Prog)[25]
Peter Walter (UAP)[26]
Fenner Labor Andrew Leigh Leanne Castley[28] Andrew Braddock[23] Glen Hodgson (UAP)[26]
Kagiso Ratlhagane (Prog)[25]

New South Wales[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Greens candidate Other candidates
 
Banks Liberal Chris Gambian[29] David Coleman (Lib) Gianluca Dragone[30] Anjali Thakur (AJP)[31]
Reginald Wright (UAP)[26]
Barton Labor Linda Burney Connor Parissis[30] Ben Liu (UAP)[26]
Bennelong Liberal Brian Owler[32] John Alexander (Lib) Qiu Yue (Viki) Zhang[30] Andrew Marks (UAP)[26]
Peter Xing (Sci)[33]
Berowra Liberal Katie Gompertz[34] Julian Leeser (Lib) Monica Tan[30] Brendan Clarke (Sci)[33]
Craig McLachlan (UAP)[26]
Roger Woodward (Ind)[35]
Blaxland Labor Jason Clare James Rooney[30] Nadeem Ashraf (UAP)[26]
Bradfield Liberal Chris Haviland[36] Paul Fletcher (Lib) Tony Adams[30] Marcus Versace (UAP)[26]
Calare National Jess Jennings[37] Andrew Gee (Nat) Sam Romano (SFF)[38]
Jan Sobotka (UAP)[26]
Chifley Labor Ed Husic Livingston Chettipally[39] Brent Robertson Joseph OConnor (UAP)[26]
Cook Liberal Simon O'Brien[40] Scott Morrison (Lib) Jon Doig[30] Gaye Cameron (PHON)[41]
Bryan Wiseman (UAP)[26]
Cowper National Andrew Woodward[42] Patrick Conaghan (Nat)[43] Lauren Edwards[44]
Rob Oakeshott (Ind)[45]
Lex Stewart (UAP))[26]
Kellie Pearce (AJP))[46]
Allan Green (Ind)[47]
Cunningham Labor Sharon Bird Rowan Huxtable[30] John McSwain (UAP)[26]
Dobell Labor Emma McBride Jilly Pilon (Lib)[48] Scott Rickard[30] Aaron Harpley-Carr (UAP)[26]
Dani Rifai (APP)[49]
Eden-Monaro Labor Mike Kelly Fiona Kotvojs (Lib)
Sophie Wade (Nat)
Pat McGinlay[30] Chandra Singh (UAP)[26]
Andrew Thaler (Ind)[50]
Farrer Liberal Kieran Drabsch Sussan Ley (Lib) Dean Moss[30] Ross Hamilton (SUS)[51]
Mike Rose (UAP)[26]
Fowler Labor Chris Hayes Courtney Nguyen (Lib)[52] Joshua Jabbour (UAP)[26]
Gilmore Liberal Fiona Phillips Katrina Hodgkinson (Nat)
Warren Mundine (Lib)
Carmel McCallum[30] Milton Leslight (UAP)[26]
James Murphy (AJP)[31]
Grant Schultz (Ind)[53]
Grayndler Labor Anthony Albanese Chris Parmajana (Lib) Jim Casey[54] Angela Dunnett (SUS)[51]
Majella Morello (Sci)[33]
Paris King Orsborn (UAP)[26]
Greenway Labor Michelle Rowland Allan Green (Lib)[55] Damien Atkins[30] Graham McFarland (ABF)[56]
Fardin Nikjoo (UAP)[26]
James Platter (APP)[49]
Hughes Liberal Diedree Steinwall Craig Kelly (Lib) Mitchell Shakespeare[30] Gae Constable (AJP)[31]
Terry Keep (UAP)[26]
Hume Liberal Aoife Champion Angus Taylor (Lib) Lynda Abdo (UAP)[26]
Huw Kingston (Ind)[57]
Hunter Labor Joel Fitzgibbon Josh Angus (Nat)[58] Janette Murray[30] Max Boddy (SEP)[59]
Stuart Bonds (PHON)[60]
Paul Davies (UAP)[26]
Kingsford Smith Labor Matt Thistlethwaite Amanda Wilmot (Lib)[61] James Cruz[30] James Jansson (Sci)[33]
Adam Watson (UAP)[26]
Lindsay Labor Diane Beamer Melissa McIntosh (Lib) Nick Best[30] Christopher Buttel (UAP)[26]
Lyne National Phil Costa David Gillespie (Nat) Garry Bourke (UAP)[26]
Jeremy Miller (Ind)[62]
Macarthur Labor Mike Freelander Jayden Rivera[30] Nathan Murphy (UAP)[26]
Matt Stellino (AJP)[31]
Mackellar Liberal Declan Steele Jason Falinski (Lib) Pru Wawn[30] David Lyon (UAP)[26]
Alice Thompson (Ind)[63]
Macquarie Labor Susan Templeman Sarah Richards (Lib) Kingsley Liu[30] Greg Keightley (AJP)[31]
Tony Pettitt (UAP)[26]
McMahon Labor Chris Bowen Astrid O'Neill[30] Giovanni Zappia (UAP)[26]
Mitchell Liberal Immanuel Selvaraj Alex Hawke (Lib) Lawrence Murphy[30] Mohandas Balsingham (UAP)[26]
New England National Yvonne Langenberg Barnaby Joyce (Nat) Tony Lonergan[64] Adam Blakester (Ind)[65]
Cindy Duncan (UAP)[26]
Newcastle Labor Sharon Claydon Katrina Wark (Lib)[66] John MacKenzie[30] Darren Brollo (AJP)[31]
Geoff Scully (UAP)[26]
North Sydney Liberal Brett Stone Trent Zimmerman (Lib) Daniel Keogh[30] Peter Vagg (UAP)[26]
Page National Patrick Deegan Kevin Hogan (Nat) Daniel Reid[30] John Mudge (UAP)[26]
Alison Waters (AJP)[31]
Parkes National Jack Ayoub Mark Coulton (Nat) Petrus Van Der Steen (UAP)[26]
Parramatta Labor Julie Owens Charles Camenzuli (Lib)[67] Phil Bradley[30] Oscar Grenfell (SEP)[68]
Ganesh Loke (UAP)[26]
Paterson Labor Meryl Swanson Sachin Joshi (Lib) Jan Davis[69] Graham Burston (UAP)[26]
Barry Sampson (APP)[49]
Reid Liberal Sam Crosby[29] Fiona Martin (Lib)[70] Charles Jago[30] Rohan Laxmanalal (AJP)[31]
Mohammed Yasin (UAP)[26]
Richmond Labor Justine Elliot Matthew Fraser (Nat) Hamish Mitchell (UAP)[26]
Riverina National Mark Jeffreson Michael McCormack (Nat) Michael Bayles[30] Richard Foley (UAP)[26]
Robertson Liberal Anne Charlton Lucy Wicks (Lib) Cath Connor[30] David Abrahams (Ind)[71]
Robert Marks (UAP)[26]
Sean Young (AJP)[31]
Shortland Labor Pat Conroy Nell McGill (Lib)[72] Bryan Mcgrath (AJP)[31]
Dani Rifai (UAP)[26]
Sydney Labor Tanya Plibersek Jacqui Munro (Lib)[73] Matthew Thompson[30] Aaron Hammond (Sci)[33]
Adam Holt (UAP)[26]
Warringah Liberal Dean Harris Tony Abbott (Lib) Kristyn Glanville[30] Heather Barnes (AJP)[31]
Susan Moylan-Coombs (Ind)[63]
Nathan Spataro (FLUX)[citation needed]
Zali Steggall (Ind)[63]
Suellen Wrightson (UAP)[26]
Watson Labor Tony Burke Mohammad Zaman[74] Jason Cornelius (UAP)[26]
Tom Gordon (Sci)[33]
Wentworth Independent Tim Murray Dave Sharma (Lib) Dominic WY Kanak[30] Mike Bloomfield (UAP)[26]
Kerryn Phelps (Ind)[75]
Werriwa Labor Anne Stanley Sam Kayal (Lib)[76] Signe Westerberg[30] Ignatius Tsiriplis (UAP)[26]
Whitlam Labor Stephen Jones James Harker-Mortlock (Nat)[58] Jamie Dixon[30] Angelo Cuda (UAP)[26]

Northern Territory[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate CLP candidate Greens candidate Other candidates
 
Lingiari Labor Warren Snowdon Jacinta Price George Hanna Daniel Hodgson (UAP)[26]
Solomon Labor Luke Gosling Kathy Ganley Tim Parish Raj Samson (UAP)[26]

Queensland[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate LNP candidate Greens candidate One Nation candidate Other candidates
 
Blair Labor Shayne Neumann Robert Shearman Michelle Duncan[77] Sharon Bell[78] Sandy Turner (Ind)[79][dead link]
Majella Zimpel (UAP)[26]
Bonner LNP Jo Briskey Ross Vasta Barbara Bell[77] Simon Flitcroft (UAP)[26]
Bowman LNP Tom Baster Andrew Laming Emerald Moon[77] Shane Clarke (UAP)[26]
Brisbane LNP Paul Newbury Trevor Evans Andrew Bartlett[77] Kamala Emanuel (SA)[80]
Aaron Whittaker (UAP)[26]
Capricornia LNP Russell Robertson Michelle Landry Paul Bambrick[81] Wade Rothery[82] Lindsay Sturgeon (UAP)[26]
George Birkbeck (KAP)[83]
Dawson LNP Belinda Hassan George Christensen Imogen Lindenberg[77] Deb Lawson[84] Brendan Bunyan (KAP)[85]
Colin Thompson (UAP)[26]
Dickson LNP Ali France Peter Dutton Benedict Coyne[77] Thor Prohaska (Ind)[86]
Stephen Austin (UAP)[26]
Maureen Brohman (AJP)[31]
Fadden LNP Luz Stanton Stuart Robert Scott Turner[77] Mara Krischker (UAP)[26]
Fairfax LNP Julie McGlone Ted O'Brien Sue Etheridge[77] Paul Henselin[87] Kylie Cowling (UAP)[26]
Fisher LNP Daniel Parsell Andrew Wallace Tracy Burton[77] Chris Paterson[88] Trevor Gray (UAP)[26]
Paul Monaghan (LAOL)[89]
Flynn LNP Zac Beers Ken O'Dowd Jaiben Baker[77] Sharon Lohse[82] Murray Peterson (Ind)[90]
Jacob Rush (UAP)[26]
Forde LNP Des Hardman Bert van Manen Kirsty Peterson[77] Paul Creighton (UAP)[26]
Griffith Labor Terri Butler Olivia Roberts Max Chandler-Mather[77] Christian Julius (UAP)[26]
Groom LNP Troy Kay John McVeigh Alyce Nelligan[77] David King[91] Kenneth Law (UAP)[26]
Perry Adrelius (FACNP)[92]
Herbert Labor Cathy O'Toole Phillip Thompson Sam Blackadder[77] Nanette Radeck (KAP)[93]
Greg Dowling (UAP)[26]
Mackenzie Severns (AJP)[31]
Hinkler LNP Richard Pascoe Keith Pitt Anne Jackson[77] Damian Huxham[82] Joseph Ellul (UAP)[26]
Amy Byrnes (AJP)[31]
Kennedy KAP Brett McGuire Frank Beveridge Lyle Burness[77] Bob Katter (KAP)[94]
Sue Bertuch (UAP)[26]
Leichhardt LNP Elida Faith Warren Entsch Gary Oliver[77] Chad Anderson (Ind)[95]
Daniel McCarthy (KAP)[96]
Jen Sackley (UAP)[26]
Lilley Labor Anika Wells Brad Carswell John Meyer[77] Mike Crook (SA)[80]
David McClare (UAP)[97]
Longman Labor Susan Lamb Terry Young Simone Dejun[77] Matthew Thomson[98] John Reece (APP)[99]
Jono Young (Prog)[100]
Bailey Maher (UAP)[26]
Maranoa LNP Linda Little David Littleproud Emmeline Chidley[77] Rosemary Moulden[82] Anthony Wallis (KAP)[101]
Julie Saunders(UAP)[102]
McPherson LNP Aaron Santelises Karen Andrews Alan Quinn[77] Fiona Mackenzie (UAP)[26]
Renee Stewart (AJP)[31]
Moncrieff LNP Tracey Bell Angie Bell [103] Sally Spain[77] Garry Eilola (UAP)[26]
Karla Freeman (AJP)[31]
Moreton Labor Graham Perrett Angela Owen Patsy O'Brien[77] Jenny Brown (UAP)[104]
Oxley Labor Milton Dick Steven Purcell[77] Mike Head (SEP)[105]
Ian Ferguson (UAP)[106]
Petrie LNP Corinne Mulholland Luke Howarth Jason Kennedy[77] Nikhil Aai Reddy[82] Troy Hopkins (UAP)[26]
Rankin Labor Jim Chalmers Neil Cotter[77] Shymal Reddy (UAP)[26]
Ryan LNP Peter Cossar Julian Simmonds Jake Schoermer[77] Larry Crouch (UAP)[26]
Joanne Webb (AJP)[31]
Wide Bay LNP Jason Scanes Llew O'Brien Daniel Bryar[77] Tim Jerome (Ind)[107]
Andrew Schebella (UAP)[26]
Wright LNP Pam McCreadie Scott Buchholz Shannon Girard[77] Matthew Tomlinson (KAP)[108]
David Wright (UAP)[26]
Rod Smith (FACNP)[109]

South Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate[110] Liberal candidate Greens candidate Centre Alliance candidate Other candidates
 
Adelaide Labor Steve Georganas Shaun Osborn Barbara Pocock[111] Antonio Rea (UAP)[26]
Chris James (Dem)[112]
Deanna Kangas (AJP)[31]
Barker Liberal Tony Pasin Rosa Hillam[111] Kelly Gladigau[113] Rupert Bacher (UAP)[26]
Karen Eckermann (AJP)[114]
Miles Hannemann (Nat)[114]
Boothby Liberal Nadia Clancy Nicolle Flint Stef Rozitis[111] Trevor Jones (Ind)[115]
Peter Salerno (UAP)[26]
Geoff Russell (AJP)[31]
Grey Liberal Karin Bolton[116] Rowan Ramsey Candace Champion[111] Andrea Broadfoot[113] Richard Carmody (Ind)[117]
Alexander Warren (UAP)[26]
Jacqui Edgecombe (AJP)[31]
Hindmarsh Labor Mark Butler Jake Hall-Evans Matt Farrell[111] Rose Morris (UAP)[118]
Alison Kelty (AJP)[31]
Kingston Labor Amanda Rishworth Laura Curran Nikki Mortier[119] Jodie Hoskin (UAP)[26]
Kellie Somers (AJP)[31]
Makin Labor Tony Zappia Hemant Dave[120] Stephanie Stewart[111] Rachel Collis (UAP)[121]
Lyn Gaston (AJP)[31]
Mayo Centre Alliance Saskia Gerhardy[122] Georgina Downer Anne Bourne[111] Rebekha Sharkie Michael Cane (UAP)[26]
Helen Dowland (AJP)[31]
Spence Labor Nick Champion Kathleen Bourne[123] Daniel Jury[111] Ron Fielder (UAP)[26]
Nathan Herbert (Ind)[124]
Rita Kuhlmann (AJP)[31]
Sturt Liberal Cressida O'Hanlon[125] James Stevens Paul Boundy[111] Hedley Harding (UAP)[26]
Angela Fulco (AP)[citation needed]
Harbinda Roberts (AJP)[31]

Tasmania[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate Other candidates
 
Bass Labor Ross Hart Bridget Archer Tom Hall[126] Carl Cooper (Nat)[127]
Allan Roark (UAP)[26]
Susan Woodbury (AJP)[31]
Braddon Labor Justine Keay Gavin Pearce Phill Parsons[126] Kate Spaulding (UAP)[26]
Graham Gallaher (PHON)[citation needed]
Clark Independent Ben McGregor Amanda-Sue Markham Juniper Shaw[126] Andrew Wilkie[citation needed]
Franklin Labor Julie Collins Dean Young Kit Darko[126] Darren Winter (UAP)[26]
Lyons Labor Brian Mitchell Jessica Whelan Gary Whisson[126] Deanna Hutchinson (Nat)[128]
Mick Warne (UAP)[26]

Victoria[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Greens candidate Other candidates
 
Aston Liberal Kadira Pethiyagoda Alan Tudge (Lib) Asher Cookson[69] Matthew Sirianni-Duffy (UAP)[26]
Ballarat Labor Catherine King Timothy So (Lib) Karen McAloon[69] Peter Cozyn (UAP)[26]
Bryn Hills (AJP)[129]
Bendigo Labor Lisa Chesters Sam Gayed (Lib) Robert Holian[69] Vaughan Williams (PHON)[130]
Adam Veitch (UAP)[26]
Ruth Parramore (AJP)[129]
Bruce Labor Julian Hill Rhonda Garad[69] Craig Nicholls (APP)[131]
Mubahil Ahmed (UAP)[26]
Calwell Labor Maria Vamvakinou Genevieve Hamilton Tegan Burns (APP)[131]
Jerome Small (VS)[132]
Prakul Chhabra (UAP)[26]
Peter Byrne (SEP)[133]
Casey Liberal Bill Brindle Tony Smith (Lib) Jenny Game-Lopata[69] David Colangelo (APP)[131]
Travis Barker (AJP)[129]
Chisholm Independent Jennifer Yang Gladys Liu (Lib) Luke Arthur[69] Sally Ng[citation needed]
George Zoraya (UAP)[26]
Rosie Lavin (AJP)[129]
Cooper Labor Ged Kearney Ted Kenealy (Lib) David Risstrom[69] Kath Larkin (VS)[132]
Brett Nangle (UAP)[26]
Nadine Richings (AJP)[129]
Corangamite Liberal Libby Coker Sarah Henderson (Lib) Simon Northeast[69] Damien Cole (Ind)[134]
Neil Harvey (UAP)[26]
Naomi Adams (AJP)[129]
Corio Labor Richard Marles Amber Forbes[69] Desmond Sanborn (UAP)[26]
Deakin Liberal Shireen Morris Michael Sukkar (Lib) Sophia Sun[69] Milton Wilde (UAP)[26]
Vinita Costantino (AJP)[129]
Dunkley Labor Peta Murphy Chris Crewther (Lib) Emily Green[69] Ronald Jean (UAP)[26]
Elizabeth Johnston (AJP)[129]
Flinders Liberal Joshua Sinclair Greg Hunt (Lib) Nathan Lesslie [69] *Julia Banks (Ind)[135]
Susie Beveridge (Ind)[136]
Louis Fenollar (APP)[131]
Christine McShane (UAP)[26]
James Persson (AJP)[129]
Fraser Labor Daniel Mulino Rebecca Scorgie[69] Donald Mackenzie (UAP)[26]
Gellibrand Labor Tim Watts Anthony Mitchell Bernadette Thomas[69] Lisa Bentley (UAP)[26]
Gippsland National Antoinette Holm Darren Chester (Nat) Deb Foskey[69] Kerri Brewer (UAP)[26]
Goldstein Liberal Daniel Pollock Tim Wilson (Lib) Wayne Connolly (UAP)[26]
Gorton Labor Brendan O'Connor Nathan Di Noia Richard Turton (UAP)[26]
Higgins Liberal Fiona McLeod Katie Allen (Lib) Jason Ball[69] Timothy Ryan (UAP)[26]
Alicia Walker (AJP)[129]
Holt Labor Anthony Byrne Jennifer Van Den Broek Justin Vida (APP)[131]
Jatinder Singh (UAP)[26]
Hotham Labor Clare O'Neil George Hua Weixia Wen (APP)[131]
Jin Luan (UAP)[26]
Indi Independent Eric Kerr Steve Martin (Lib)
Mark Byatt (Nat)[137]
Helen Haines (Ind)[138]
Shane Wheatland (UAP)[26]
Isaacs Labor Mark Dreyfus Jeremy Hearn Anthony Seals (UAP)[26]
Bronwyn Currie (AJP)[129]
Jagajaga Labor Kate Thwaites Richard Welch (Lib) Paul Kennedy[69] Maria Rigoni (UAP)[26]
Kooyong Liberal Jana Stewart Josh Frydenberg (Lib) Julian Burnside[69] Oliver Yates (Ind)[139]
Angelina Zubac (Ind)[140]
Bill Chandler (Ind)[citation needed]
Steven D'Elia (UAP)[26]
Davina Hinkley (AJP)[129]
La Trobe Liberal Simon Curtis Jason Wood (Lib) Amy Gregorovich[69] Esther Baker (PHON)[citation needed]
Duncan Dean (UAP)[26]
Lalor Labor Joanne Ryan John Lyon (Lib) Jay Dessi[69] Jeffrey Robinson (UAP)[26]
Macnamara Labor Josh Burns Kate Ashmor (Lib) Steph-Hodgins May[69] Helen Paton (UAP)[26]
Steven Armstrong (SUS)[141]
Craig McPherson (AJP)[129]
Mallee National Carole Hart Anne Webster (Nat)
Serge Petrovich (Lib)
Nicole Rowan[69] Leigh Firman (Sci)[142]
Ray Kingston (Ind)[143]
Chris Lahy (CEC)[144]
Cecila Moar (Ind)[145]
Jason Modica (Ind)[146]
Rick Millar (UAP)[26]
Maribyrnong Labor Bill Shorten Christine Stow James Williams[69] Sarwar Hasan (UAP)[26]
McEwen Labor Rob Mitchell Phillip Fusco (Lib) Neil Barker[69] David Williams (APP)[131]
Chris Hayman (UAP)[26]
Melbourne Greens Luke Creasey Lauren Sherson Adam Bandt[69] Enos Masonga (APP)[131]
Tony Pecora (UAP)[26]
Lawrence Pope (AJP)[129]
Menzies Liberal Stella Yee Kevin Andrews (Lib) Brett Fuller (UAP)[26]
Monash Liberal Jessica O'Donnell Russell Broadbent (Lib) William Hornstra[69] Michael Fozard (Ind)[citation needed]
Matthew Sherry (UAP)[26]
Jeff Waddell (PHON)[citation needed]
John Verhoeven (Ind)[citation needed]
Nicholls National Bill Lodwick Damian Drum (Nat) Nickee Freedman[69] Andrew Bock (Ind)[citation needed]
Stewart Hine (UAP)[26]
Scullin Labor Andrew Giles Gurpal Singh Cynthia Smith[69] Mary Patroungas (APP)[131]
Yassin Akram Albarri (Ind)[147]
Firas Hasan (UAP)[26]
Rod Whitfield (AJP)[129]
Wannon Liberal Maurice Billi[148] Dan Tehan (Lib) Joshua Wallace (UAP)[26]
Wills Labor Peter Khalil Adam Pulford[69] Sue Bolton (VS)[132]
Manju Venkataswamappa (UAP)[26]
Chris Miles (AJP)[129]

* Julia Banks is currently a sitting member, but is contesting the Division of Flinders instead of her incumbent Division of Chisholm.

Western Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate Other candidate
 
Brand Labor Madeleine King Jack Pleiter Jody Freeman[149] Janine Vander Ven (AC)[150]
Travis Carter (PHON)[151]
Trevor Jones (UAP)[152]
Blake Phelan (WAP)[153]
Burt Labor Matt Keogh David Goode Simone Collins[149] Warnar Spyker (AC)[150]
Sahil Chawla (UAP)[26]
Sarcha Sagisaka (WAP)
Canning Liberal Mellisa Teede Andrew Hastie Jodie Moffat[149] Jamie van Burgel (AC)[150]
Steve Veevers (UAP)[26]
Brett Clarke (WAP)
Cowan Labor Anne Aly Isaac Stewart Mark Cooper[149] Peter Westcott (UAP)[26]
Sheila Mundy (PHON)[154]
Curtin Liberal Celia Hammond[155] Cameron Pidgeon[149] Deonne Kingsford (AC)[150]
Louise Stewart (Ind)[156]
Andrew Mangano (WAP)
Durack Liberal Sharyn Morrow Melissa Price Johani Mamid[149] Breden Hatton (UAP)[26]
Scott Bourne (Nat)[157]
Gary Mounsey (WAP)[158]
Forrest Liberal Wayne Sanford Nola Marino Nerilee Boshammer[149] Dale Bromley (UAP)[26]
Ian Molyneux (WAP)
Fremantle Labor Josh Wilson Nicole Robins Jesse Hutchinson[149] James Harfouche (APP)[159]
Sam Wainwright (SA)[160]
Janetia Knapp (WAP)
Hasluck Liberal James Martin Ken Wyatt Lee-Anne Miles[149] Brady Williams (AC)[150]
Mike Dale (UAP)[26]
Stephen Phelan (WAP)
Moore Liberal Tony O'Gorman Ian Goodenough Daniel Vujcich[149] Rex Host (AC)[150]
Rod Chilcott (UAP)[26]
Tyler Walsh (PHON)[82]
Ziggi Murphy (Ind)[161]
Jenny Jacobs (WAP)
O'Connor Liberal Shelley Payne Rick Wilson Nelson Blake Gilmour[149] Ian t'Hart (AC)[150]
Anthony Fels (UAP)[26]
John Hassell (Nat)[157]
Peter Swift (WAP)[162]
Pearce Liberal Kim Travers Christian Porter Eugene Marshall[149] Robert Forrster (UAP)[26]
Sandy Old (PHON)[82]
Stephen Piper (APP)[159]
Steve Blythe (Nat)[157]
Michael Calautti (WAP)
Perth Labor Patrick Gorman Jim Grayden Caroline Perks[149] Charles Hopkins (UAP)[26]
Gary Davies (Sci)[33]
Gabriel Harfouche (APP)[159]
Jane Boxall (WAP)
Stirling Liberal Melita Markey Vince Connelly[163] Judith Cullity[149] Kevin Host (AC)[150]
Dorothy Hutton (UAP)[26]
Elizabeth Re (WAP)
Swan Liberal Hannah Beazley Steve Irons Liberty Cramer[149] Steve Klomp (AC)[150]
Peter McLernon (UAP)[26]
Virginia Thomas-Wurth (AJP)[31]
Sharron Hawkins-Zeeb (WAP)
Tangney Liberal Marion Boswell Ben Morton Martin Spencer[149] Jillian Horton (IND)[164]
Gavin Waugh (WAP)

Senate[edit]

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

Labor candidates[21] Liberal candidates[165] Greens candidates UAP candidates Sustainable Australia candidates
         
  1. Katy Gallagher
  2. Nancy Waites
  1. Zed Seselja
  2. Robert Gunning
  1. Penny Kyburz[166]
  2. Emma Davidson
  1. Peter Walter
  1. John Haydon[167]
People's candidates CDP candidates Science Party Independent candidates
         
  1. Neil Saville[168]
  1. David Kim[169]
  1. Tom Gordon[170]
  1. Anthony Pesec[171]

New South Wales[edit]

Labor candidates Coalition candidates Greens candidates Liberal Democrats candidates One Nation candidates
         
  1. Hollie Hughes (Lib)
  2. Andrew Bragg (Lib)
  3. Perin Davey (Nat)
  4. Jim Molan (Lib)
  1. Mehreen Faruqi[172]
  1. Duncan Spender
  1. Kate McCulloch[173]
  2. Barry Reed
Better Families candidates People's candidates Conservatives candidates Science Party candidates United Australia candidates
         
  1. Jewell Drury
  1. Steven Georgantis
  1. Sophie York
  2. Riccardo Bosi
  1. Andrea Leong
  2. Eve Slavich
  3. Peter Furness
  4. Greg Parker
  1. Brian Burston
  2. Christine Bernier
Affordable Housing candidates CDP candidates ICAN candidates Rise Up Australia candidates[174] Socialist Alliance candidates
         
  1. Andrew Potts
  2. Anthony Ziebelli
  1. Silvana Nile[175]
  1. Rod Bower[176]
  2. Jim Tait[177]
  3. Annette Schnider[177]
  1. Maree Nichols
  2. Vladimir Shigrov
  1. Susan Price[178]
  2. Joel McAlear[178]
Sustainable Australia candidate Together candidate[179] Workers candidates[180] IMOP candidates[181] Independent candidates
     
  1. William Bourke[51]
  1. Mark Swivel
  2. Belinda Kinkead
  3. Kate McDowell
  1. Mark Ptolemy
  2. Maria Nguyen
  1. Michael O'Neill
  2. Marelle Burnum Burnum
  1. Michael Hing[182]
Democrats candidates Socialist Equality candidates[183] Animal Justice Party candidates[31]
     
  1. Peter Mailler[112]
  2. Chris Buckham[112]
  1. Richard Phillips
  2. John Davis
  1. Angela Pollard
  2. Michael Dello-Iacovo
  3. Carol Bellenger

Northern Territory[edit]

Labor candidates[184] CLP candidates[185] Greens candidates CDP candidates Rise Up Australia candidates[186]
         
  1. Malarndirri McCarthy
  1. Sam McMahon
  2. Joshua Burgoyne
Anna Sri
  1. Terry Medling[187]
  1. Jan Pile
  2. Leslie Harris

Queensland[edit]

Labor candidates[188] LNP candidates[189] Greens candidates Conservative Nationals candidates One Nation candidates
         
  1. Nita Green
  2. Chris Ketter
  3. Frank Gilbert
  1. Paul Scarr
  2. Susan McDonald
  3. Gerard Rennick
  4. Ian Macdonald
  5. Nicole Tobin
  1. Larissa Waters[190]
  2. Navdeep Singh[191]
  3. Johanna Kloot[192]
  1. Fraser Anning
  2. Paul Taylor
  3. Mark Absolon
  4. Nancy Sandford
  5. Brad Cameron
  1. Malcolm Roberts
  2. Steve Dickson
Better Families candidates People's candidates Katter's Australian candidate Liberal Democrats candidates Rise Up Australia candidates[193]
         
  1. Darren Caulfield
  2. Adam Finch
  1. Roslyn Day
  1. Joy Marriott
  1. Gabe Buckley
  2. Lloyd Russell
  1. Graham Healy
  2. Lionel Henaway
Conservatives candidates CDP candidates Love Australia or Leave ICAN candidate Sustainable Australia candidates[194]
         
  1. Lyle Shelton
  2. Joanna Lindgren
  1. Anthony Beezley[195]
  1. Kim Vuga
  1. Andy Lewis[196]
  1. Cameron Murray
  2. Chris Simpson
IMOP candidates[181] United Australia candidates[26] Animal Justice Party candidates[31] Independent group candidates[197] Climate Action! Immigration Action! Accountable Politicians!
     
  1. Allona Lahn
  2. Adam Rowe
  1. Clive Palmer
  2. Martin Brewster
  3. Yodie Batzke
  1. Karagh-Mae Kelly
  2. Leah Coutts
  3. Belinda Hardy
  1. Tony R. Moore
  2. Cartia Moore
  1. Kris Bullen
  2. Robyn Stevenson

South Australia[edit]

Labor candidates Liberal candidates[198] Greens candidates[199] Centre Alliance candidates Conservatives candidates
         
  1. Alex Gallacher
  2. Marielle Smith
  3. Emily Gore
  4. Larissa Harrison
  1. Anne Ruston
  2. David Fawcett
  3. Alex Antic
  4. Lucy Gichuhi
  1. Sarah Hanson-Young
  2. Major Sumner[200]
  3. Gwydion Rozitisolds[201]
  1. Skye Kakoschke-Moore
  1. Rikki Lambert
Independent SA candidates One Nation candidates United Australia candidate Animal Justice Party candidates[31] CDP candidates
         
  1. Jennifer Game
  1. Kristian Rees
  2. Kerry Kovacs
  3. Ellen Schier
  1. Louise Pfeiffer
  2. Wendy Davey
  1. Tracey-Lee Cane[202]
Conservative Nationals candidates Democrats candidates
 
  1. Peter Manuel[203]
  2. Tim Dwyer[204]
  1. Tim Burrow[112]
  2. Andrew Castrique[112]

Tasmania[edit]

Labor candidates[205] Liberal candidates[206] Greens candidates Nationals candidates Lambie candidates
         
  1. Carol Brown
  2. Catryna Bilyk
  3. John Short
  4. Lisa Singh
  1. Richard Colbeck
  2. Claire Chandler
  3. Tanya Denison
  1. Nick McKim
  1. Steve Martin
  1. Jacqui Lambie
  2. Glynn Williams
  3. Chris Reynolds
One Nation candidates Conservatives candidates Liberal Democrats candidates United Australia candidates CDP candidates
         
  1. Matthew Stephen
  1. Justin Stringer
  1. Clinton Mead
  1. Kevin Morgan
  2. David Williams
  3. Craig Gunnis
  1. Agnes Parr[207]
Animal Justice candidates[31] Independent candidates
   
  1. Karen Bevis
  2. Isobel Turner
  1. Craig Garland[208]

Victoria[edit]

Labor candidates[209] Coalition candidates Greens candidates Justice candidates[210] Conservatives candidates
         
  1. Raff Ciccone
  2. Gavin Marshall
  3. Jess Walsh
  1. James Paterson (Lib)
  2. Jane Hume[211] (Lib)
  3. David Van (Lib)
  1. Janet Rice[212]
  2. Apsara Sabaratnam[213]
  3. Alice Barnes[69]
  4. Nakita Thompson
  1. Derryn Hinch
  2. Simone O'Brien
  1. Kevin Bailey
Flux candidates United Australia candidates One Nation candidates CDP candidates Rise Up Australia candidates[214]
         
  1. Dustin Perry
  2. Seb Carrie-Wilson
  1. James McDonald
  2. Russell Sewell
  3. Patrick Hardwick
  1. James Hallam
  1. Bob Payne[215]
  1. Rosalie Crestani
  2. Daniel Nalliah
ICAN candidate Sustainable Australia candidate Animal Justice candidates[216] Democrats candidates[217] People's candidates
         
  1. Paul Wittwer[218]
  1. Madeleine Wearne[141]
  1. Ben Schultz
  2. Fiona McRostie
  1. David Collyer[112]
  2. Marc Williams[112]
  1. Yuting Gu
Socialist Equality candidates[219]
 
  1. Tessa Pietsch
  2. Jason Wardle

Western Australia[edit]

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates One Nation candidates Western Australia candidates
         
  1. Pat Dodson
  2. Louise Pratt
  1. Linda Reynolds
  2. Slade Brockman
  3. Matt O'Sullivan
  4. Trischa Botha
  1. Jordon Steele-John
  1. Peter Georgiou
  1. Julie Matheson
  2. David Freilich
  3. Bruce Thompson
  4. Ron Norris
  5. Rod Bradley
Nationals candidates Conservatives candidates UAP candidates Christians candidates Liberal Democrats candidates
         
  1. Nick Fardell
  2. Siobhan Blake
  3. Louise Kingston
  1. Jonathan Crabtree
  2. Peter Castieau
  1. James McDonald
  2. Russel Sewell
  3. Patrick Hardwick
  1. Ellen Joubert
  2. Maryka Groenewald
  1. John Gray
Great Australian candidates Socialist Alliance candidates IMOP candidates[181] Animal Justice Party candidates[31] People's candidates
         
  1. Rod Culleton[220]
  2. Wayne Glew
  3. Margret Dodd
  1. Petrina Harley[178]
  1. Judith Wilyman
  2. Michelle Kinsella
  1. Katrina Love
  2. Courtney Henry
  1. Rachel Minniti

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