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Candidates of the 2019 Australian federal election

Retiring membersEdit

Members of Parliament and Senators who chose not to renominate for the 2019 election were as follows:

LaborEdit

LiberalEdit

NationalsEdit

Liberal NationalEdit

Country LiberalEdit

IndependentEdit

House of RepresentativesEdit

Sitting members are listed in bold text. Successful candidates are highlighted in the relevant colour. Where there is possible confusion, an asterisk is used.

Australian Capital TerritoryEdit

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate UAP candidate Progressive candidate Other candidates
 
Bean Labor
(notional)
David Smith Ed Cocks Johnathan Davis Tony Hanley Therese Faulkner Jamie Christie (Ind)
Matt Donnelly (LDP)
Ben Rushton (GAP)
Canberra Labor Alicia Payne Mina Zaki Tim Hollo Greg De Maine Robert Knight Tim Bohm (Ind)
Fenner Labor Andrew Leigh Leanne Castley Andrew Braddock Glen Hodgson Kagiso Ratlhagane

New South WalesEdit

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Greens candidate UAP candidate Other candidates
 
Banks Liberal Chris Gambian David Coleman (Lib) Gianluca Dragone Reginald Wright Ki Man Ho (CDP)
Anjali Thakur (AJP)
Barton Labor Linda Burney Pramej Shrestha (Lib) Connor Parissis Ben Liu Phillip Pollard (PHON)
Sonny Susilo (CDP)
Bennelong Liberal Brian Owler John Alexander (Lib) Qiu Yue Zhang Andrew Marks Julie Worsley (CDP)
Berowra Liberal Katie Gompertz Julian Leeser (Lib) Monica Tan Craig McLachlan Brendan Clarke (Sci)
Mick Gallagher (Ind)
Simon Taylor (CDP)
Justin Thomas (Sus)
Roger Woodward (Ind)
Blaxland Labor Jason Clare Oz Guney (Lib) James Rooney Nadeem Ashraf Veronica Rowe (CDP)
Bradfield Liberal Chris Haviland Paul Fletcher (Lib) Tony Adams Marcus Versace Stephen Molloy (Sus)
Calare National Jess Jennings Andrew Gee (Nat) Stephanie Luke Beverley Cameron Stephen Bisgrove (LDP)
Shuyi Chen (CDP)
Sam Romano (SFF)
Chifley Labor Ed Husic Livingston Chettipally (Lib) Brent Robertson Joseph O'Connor Josh Green (CDP)
Ammar Khan (Ind)
Cook Liberal Simon O'Brien Scott Morrison (Lib) Jon Doig John McSweyn Roger Bolling (CDP)
Gaye Cameron (PHON)
Peter Kelly (CNP)
Cowper National Andrew Woodward Pat Conaghan (Nat) Lauren Edwards Lex Stewart Allan Green (Ind)
Ruth Meads (CDP)
Rob Oakeshott (Ind)
Kellie Pearce (AJP)
Cunningham Labor Sharon Bird Chris Atlee (Lib) Rowan Huxtable Grace Younger John Flanagan (NCP)
John Gill (Sus)
Dobell Labor Emma McBride Jilly Pilon (Lib) Scott Rickard Aaron Harpley-Carr Paula Grundy (CDP)
Gregory Stephenson (Ind)
Eden-Monaro Labor Mike Kelly Fiona Kotvojs (Lib)
Sophie Wade (Nat)
Pat McGinlay Chandra Singh Thomas Harris (CDP)
James Holgate (Ind)
David Sheldon (Ind)
Farrer Liberal Kieran Drabsch Sussan Ley (Lib) Dean Moss Mike Rose Mark Ellis (LDP)
Ross Hamilton (SUS)
Kevin Mack (Ind)
Brian Mills (Ind)
Philip Langfield (CDP)
Fowler Labor Chris Hayes Wayne Blewitt (Lib) Seamus Lee Joshua Jabbour Francesca Mocanu (CDP)
Gilmore Liberal Fiona Phillips Katrina Hodgkinson (Nat)
Warren Mundine (Lib)
Carmel McCallum Milton Leslight Serah Kolukulapally (CDP)
Grant Schultz (Ind)
Grayndler Labor Anthony Albanese Derek Henderson (Lib) Jim Casey Paris King-Orsborn Gui Dong Cao (CDP)
Majella Morello (Sci)
Greenway Labor Michelle Rowland Allan Green (Lib) Damien Atkins Scott Feeney Graham McFarland (ABF)
Osbourn Rajadurai (CDP)
Hughes Liberal Diedree Steinwall Craig Kelly (Lib) Mitchell Shakespeare Terry Keep Matt Bryan (Ind)
Gae Constable (AJP)
Leo-Ning Liu (CDP)
Hume Liberal Aoife Champion Angus Taylor (Lib) David Powell Lynda Abdo Tanya Hargraves (CNP)
Huw Kingston (Ind)
Ian Nebauer (CDP)
Hunter Labor Joel Fitzgibbon Josh Angus (Nat) Janet Murray Paul Davies Max Boddy (SEP)
Stuart Bonds (PHON)
James Murphy (AJP)
Richard Stretton (CDP)
Kingsford Smith Labor Matt Thistlethwaite Amanda Wilmot (Lib) James Cruz Adam Watson Petra Campbell (Sus)
James Jansson (Sci)
Adrian Manson (CDP)
Lindsay Labor Diane Beamer Melissa McIntosh (Lib) Nick Best Christopher Buttel Geoff Brown (Sus)
Brandon Lees (CNP)
Mark Moody-Basedow (CDP)
Jim Saleam (AFP)
Mark Tyndall (Ind)
Lyne National Phil Costa David Gillespie (Nat) Stuart Watson Garry Bourke Ed Caruana (AWP)
Ryan Goldspring (CNP)
Dean McCrae (LDP)
Jeremy Miller (Ind)
Catherine Zhao (CDP)
Macarthur Labor Mike Freelander Riley Munro (Lib) Jayden Rivera Nathan Murphy James Gent (CDP)
Shane Norman (PHON)
Matt Stellino (AJP)
Mackellar Liberal Declan Steele Jason Falinski (Lib) Pru Wawn David Lyon Suzanne Daly (Sus)
Greg Levett (CDP)
Alice Thompson (Ind)
Macquarie Labor Susan Templeman Sarah Richards (Lib) Kingsley Liu Tony Pettitt Greg Keightley (AJP)
McMahon Labor Chris Bowen Vivek Singha (Lib) Astrid O'Neill Meg Wrightson Damian Commane (PHON)
Zeeshan Francis (CDP)
Mitchell Liberal Immanuel Selvaraj Alex Hawke (Lib) Lawrence Murphy Roy Hoppenbrouwer Craig Hall (CDP)
New England National Yvonne Langenberg Barnaby Joyce (Nat) Tony Lonergan Cindy Duncan Adam Blakester (Ind)
Julie Collins (CDP)
Natasha Ledger (Ind)
Rob Taber (Ind)
Newcastle Labor Sharon Claydon Katrina Wark (Lib) John MacKenzie Geoff Scully Darren Brollo (AJP)
B. J. Futter (GAP)
Pam Wise (CDP)
North Sydney Liberal Brett Stone Trent Zimmerman (Lib) Daniel Keogh Peter Vagg Arthur Chesterfield-Evans (Ind)
Greg Graham (Sus)
David Vernon (CDP)
Page National Patrick Deegan Kevin Hogan (Nat) Dan Reid John Mudge Fiona Leviny (Ind)
Peter Walker (CDP)
Alison Waters (AJP)
Parkes National Jack Ayoub Mark Coulton (Nat) David Paull
(disendorsed)[27]
Petrus Van Der Steen Daniel Jones (LDP)
Will Landers (Ind)
Parramatta Labor Julie Owens Charles Camenzuli (Lib) Phil Bradley Gary Loke Oscar Grenfell (SEP)
Asma Payara (CDP)
Paterson Labor Meryl Swanson Sachin Joshi (Lib) Jan Davis Graham Burston Neil Turner (PHON)
Christopher Vale (CDP)
Reid Liberal Sam Crosby Fiona Martin (Lib) Charles Jago Young Lee Rohan Laxmanalal (AJP)
Keith Piper (CDP)
Richmond Labor Justine Elliot Matthew Fraser (Nat) Michael Lyon Hamish Mitchell Tom Barnett (IMO)
Morgan Cox (CDP)
Ray Karam (Ind)
Ronald McDonald (Sus)
Riverina National Mark Jeffreson Michael McCormack (Nat) Michael Bayles Richard Foley
Robertson Liberal Anne Charlton Lucy Wicks (Lib) Cath Connor Robert Marks David Abrahams (Ind)
Sean Bremner Young (AJP)
Judy Singer (Sus)
Fiona Stucken (CDP)
Shortland Labor Pat Conroy Nell McGill (Lib) Wylie Campbell Dani Rifai Bryan McGrath (AJP)
Susan Newbury (Sus)
Xing Yu (CDP)
Sydney Labor Tanya Plibersek Jacqui Munro (Lib) Matthew Thompson Adam Holt Aaron Hammond (Sci)
Rebecca Reddin (CDP)
Warringah Liberal Dean Harris Tony Abbott (Lib) Kristyn Glanville Suellen Wrightson Heather Barnes (AJP)
Jason Blaiklock (CDP)
Brian Clare (CNP)
Susan Moylan (Ind)
Emanuele Paletto (Sus)
Zali Steggall* (Ind)
Watson Labor Tony Burke Mohammad Zaman (Lib) Emmet de Bhaldraithe Dean Wrightson Karl Schubert (CDP)
Raymond Zeng (Sci)
Wentworth Independent Tim Murray Dave Sharma (Lib) Dominic Wy Kanak Mike Bloomfield Matthew Drake-Brockman (Ind)
Kerryn Phelps (Ind)
Paul Treacy (CDP)
Werriwa Labor Anne Stanley Shayne Miller (Lib) Signe Westerberg Ignatius Tsiriplis Narelle Storey (CDP)
Michael White (Ind)
Whitlam Labor Stephen Jones Stephen Wentworth (Nat) Jamie Dixon Angelo Cuda Ken Davis (Sus)
Frank Nero (CDP)

Northern TerritoryEdit

Electorate Held by Labor candidate CLP candidate Greens candidate UAP candidate Other candidates
 
Lingiari Labor Warren Snowdon Jacinta Price George Hanna Daniel Hodgson Hamish MacFarlane (Ind)
Regina McCarthy (RUAP)
Solomon Labor Luke Gosling Kathy Ganley Tim Parish Raj Samson Sue Fraser-Adams (Ind)
Lorraine Gimini (RUAP)

QueenslandEdit

Electorate Held by Labor candidate LNP candidate Greens candidate One Nation candidate UAP candidate Other candidates
 
Blair Labor Shayne Neumann Robert Shearman Michelle Duncan Sharon Bell Majella Zimpel Peter Fitzpatrick (CNP)
Simone Karandrews (Ind)
John Quinn (DLP)
John Turner (Ind)
Bonner LNP Jo Briskey Ross Vasta Barbara Bell Ian Symes Simon Flitcroft Alex Maynard (CNP)
Bowman LNP Tom Baster Andrew Laming Emerald Moon Glen Wadsworth Shane Clarke David Anderson (CNP)
Brisbane LNP Paul Newbury Trevor Evans Andrew Bartlett Anne Perry Aaron Whittaker Kamala Emanuel (SA)
Rod Jeanneret (CNP)
Capricornia LNP Russell Robertson Michelle Landry Paul Bambrick Wade Rothery Lindsay Sturgeon George Birkbeck (KAP)
Ken Murray (Ind)
Grant Pratt (CNP)
Richard Temple (DLP)
Dawson LNP Belinda Hassan George Christensen Imogen Lindenberg Deb Lawson Colin Thompson Brendan Bunyan (KAP)
Lachlan Queenan (Ind)
Michael Turner (CNP)
Ann-Maree Ware (DLP)
Dickson LNP Ali France Peter Dutton Benedict Coyne Carrol Halliwell Stephen Austin Mauree Brohman (AJP)
Thor Prohaska (Ind)
Richelle Simpson (CNP)
Fadden LNP Luz Stanton Stuart Robert Scott Turner Darren Eather Mara Krischker Allan Barber (CNP)
Jake Welch (LDP)
Fairfax LNP Julie McGlone Ted O'Brien Sue Etheridge Paul Henselin Kylie Cowling Sinim Australie (Ind)
Richard Belcher (Sus)
Bertrand Cadart (LDP)
Jake Ryan (CNP)
Fisher LNP Daniel Parsell Andrew Wallace Tracy Burton Chris Paterson Trevor Gray Mike Jessop (CNP)
Paul Monaghan (LAOL)
Flynn LNP Zac Beers Ken O'Dowd Jaiben Baker Sharon Lohs Nathan Harris Marcus Hiesler (CNP)
Murray Peterson (Ind)
Duncan Scott (Ind)
Forde LNP Des Hardman Bert van Manen Kirsty Petersen Ian Bowron Paul Creighton Les Innes (CNP)
Griffith Labor Terri Butler Olivia Roberts Max Chandler-Mather Julie Darlington Christian Julius Tony Murray (CNP)
Groom LNP Troy Kay John McVeigh Alyce Nelligan David Kin Kenneth Law Perry Adrelius (CNP)
Herbert Labor Cathy O'Toole Phillip Thompson Sam Blackadder Amy Lohse Greg Dowling Tamara Durant (CNP)
Nanette Radeck (KAP)
Mackenzie Severns (AJP)
Hinkler LNP Richard Pascoe Keith Pitt Anne Jackson Damian Huxham Joseph Ellul Amy Byrnes (AJP)
Aaron Erskine (CNP)
David Norman (Ind)
Moe Turaga (Ind)
Adrian Wone (Ind)
Kennedy KAP Brett McGuire Frank Beveridge Lyle Burness Sue Bertuch Ian Hackwell (CNP)
Bob Katter* (KAP)
Leichhardt LNP Elida Faith Warren Entsch Gary Oliver Ross Macdonald Jen Sackley Chad Anderson (Ind)
Jo Ashby (CNP)
Daniel McCarthy (KAP)
Lilley Labor Anika Wells Brad Carswell John Meyer Tracey Bell-Henselin David McClaer Don Coles (CNP)
Mike Crook (SA)
Longman Labor Susan Lamb Terry Young Simone Dejun Matthew Thomson Bailey Maher Dave Paulke (CNP)
Peter Schuback (AFP)
Jono Young (AP)
Maranoa LNP Linda Little David Littleproud Emmeline Chidley Rosemary Moulden Julie Saunders Darren Christiansen (CNP)
Anthony Wallis (KAP)
McPherson LNP Aaron Santelises Karen Andrews Alan Quinn John Spellman Fiona MacKenzie Scott Crowe (LDP)
Sean Gaffy (CNP)
Michael Kaff (Ind)
Renee Stewart (AJP)
Moncrieff LNP Tracey Bell Angie Bell Sally Spain Vanessa Sibson Garry Eilola Karla Freeman (AJP)
Sly Gryphon (LDP)
Darren Long (CNP)
Moreton Labor Graham Perrett Angela Owen Patsy O'Brien William Lawrence Jenny-Rebecca Brown Aaron Nieass (CNP)
Oxley Labor Milton Dick Russell Bauer Steven Purcell Janet Lindbom Ian Ferguson Mike Head (SEP)
Scott Moerland (CNP)
Petrie LNP Corinne Mulholland Luke Howarth Jason Kennedy Nikhil Aai Reddy Troy Hopkins Neville Fowler (CNP)
Rankin Labor Jim Chalmers Clinton Pattison Neil Cotter Jesse Schneider Shyamal Reddy Peter Andrews (CNP)
Ric Davies (LDP)
Yusuf Mohammad (-)
Ryan LNP Peter Cossar Julian Simmonds Jake Schoermer Rodney Miles Larry Crouch Andrew Banks (CNP)
Joanne Webb (AJP)
Wide Bay LNP Jason Scanes Llew O'Brien Daniel Bryar Aaron Vico Andrew Schebella Tim Jerome (Ind)
Jasmine Smith (CNP)
Wright LNP Pam McCreadie Scott Buchholz Shannon Girard Chris O'Callaghan David Wright Innes Larkin (Ind)
Rod Smith (CNP)
Matthew Tomlinson (KAP)

South AustraliaEdit

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate UAP candidate AJP candidate Other candidates
 
Adelaide Labor Steve Georganas Shaun Osborn Barbara Pocock Antonio Rea Deanna Kangas Chris James (Dem)
Barker Liberal Mat O'Brien Tony Pasin Rosa Hillam Bert Bacher Karen Eckermann Kelly Gladigau (CA)
Miles Hannemann (Nat)
Boothby Liberal Nadia Clancy Nicolle Flint Stef Rozitis Peter Salerno Geoff Russell Adrian Cheok (CNP)
Trevor Jones (Ind)
Carol Wong (RUAP)
Grey Liberal Karin Bolton Rowan Ramsey Candace Champion Alexander Warren Jacqui Edgecombe Richard Carmody (Ind)
Andrea Broadfoot (CA)
David Stone (PHON)
Hindmarsh Labor Mark Butler Jake Hall-Evans Matt Farrell Rose Morris Alison Kelty Rajan Vaid (CNP)
Kingston Labor Amanda Rishworth Laura Curran Nikki Mortier Jodie Hoskin Kellie Somers
Makin Labor Tony Zappia Hemant Dave Stephanie Stewart Rachel Collis Lyn Gaston
Mayo Centre Alliance Saskia Gerhardy Georgina Downer Anne Bourne Michael Cane Helen Dowland Rebekha Sharkie (CA)
Spence Labor Nick Champion Kathleen Bourne Daniel Jury Ron Fiedler Rita Kuhlmann Nathan Herbert (Ind)
Sturt Liberal Cressida O'Hanlon James Stevens Paul Boundy Hedley Harding Harbinda Roberts Angela Fulco (AP)
Nick Larcombe (Ind)
Colin Thomas (CPP)

TasmaniaEdit

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate UAP candidate Other candidates
 
Bass Labor Ross Hart Bridget Archer Tom Hall Allan Roark Carl Cooper (Nat)
Todd Lambert (Ind)
Susan Woodbury (AJP)
Braddon Labor Justine Keay Gavin Pearce Phill Parsons Karen Spaulding Shane Allan (CNP)
Craig Brakey (Ind)
Graham Gallaher (PHON)
Sally Milbourne (Nat)
Brett Smith (Ind)
Clark Independent Ben McGregor Amanda-Sue Markham Juniper Shaw Jim Starkey Andrew Wilkie (Ind)
Franklin Labor Julie Collins Dean Young Kit Darko Darren Winter Darren Hawes (CNP)
Lyons Labor Brian Mitchell Jessica Whelan
(disendorsed)[28]
Gary Whisson Mick Warne Deanna Hutchinson (Nat)
Tennille Murtagh (PHON)

VictoriaEdit

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Greens candidate UAP candidate Other candidates
 
Aston Liberal Kadira Pethiyagoda Alan Tudge (Lib) Asher Cookson Matthew Sirianni-Duffy Anna Kennedy (DLP)
Ballarat Labor Catherine King Tim Vo (Lib) Karen McAloon Peter Cozyn Alex Graham (Ind)
Bryn Hills (AJP)
Nick Shady (Ind)
Bendigo Labor Lisa Chesters Sam Gayed (Lib) Robert Holian Adam Veitch Sharon Budde (RUAP)
Julie Hoskin (CNP)
Vaughan Williams (PHON)
Bruce Labor Julian Hill John MacIsaac (Lib) Rhonda Garad Mubahil Ahmed Tim Boyanton (CNP)
Calwell Labor Maria Vamvakinou Genevieve Hamilton (Lib) Polly Morgan Prakul Chhabra Peter Byrne (SEP)
Keith Kerr (CEC)
Jerome Small (VS)
Adam Vail (CNP)
Casey Liberal Bill Brindle Tony Smith (Lib) Jenny Game-Lopata Wendy Starkey Travis Barker (AJP)
Antony Calabro (RUAP)
Peter Charleton (Ind)
Ryan Clark (DHJP)
Ross McPhee (DLP)
Jayden O'Connor (GAP)
Chisholm Liberal Jennifer Yang Gladys Liu (Lib) Luke Arthur George Zoraya Ian Dobby (Ind)
Angela Dorian (RUAP)
Philip Jenkins (DLP)
Rosemary Lavin (AJP)
Anne Wicks (DHJP)
Cooper Labor Ged Kearney Andrew Bell (Lib) David Risstrom Brett Nangle Kath Larkin (VS)
Nadine Richings (AJP)
Sarah Russell (RP)
Teresa van Lieshout (Ind)
Corangamite Labor
(notional)
Libby Coker Sarah Henderson (Lib) Simon Northeast Neil Harvey Naomi Adams (AJP)
Damien Cole (Ind)
Ian Erskine (RUAP)
Mandy Grimley (DHJP)
Corio Labor Richard Marles Alastair Thomson (Lib) Amber Forbes Desmond Sanborn
Deakin Liberal Shireen Morris Michael Sukkar (Lib) Sophia Sun Milton Wilde Vinita Costantino (AJP)
Vickie Janson (Ind)
Ellie Jean Sullivan (DHJP)
Joel van der Horst (DLP)
Dunkley Labor
(notional)
Peta Murphy Chris Crewther (Lib) Emily Green Ron Jean Yvonne Gentle (RUAP)
Christopher James (CNP)
Elizabeth Johnston (AJP)
Lachlan O'Connell (DHJP)
Flinders Liberal Josh Sinclair Greg Hunt (Lib) Nathan Lesslie Christine McShane Julia Banks (Ind)
Susie Beveridge (Ind)
Harry Dreger (Ind)
James Persson (AJP)
Reade Smith (Sus)
Fraser Labor
(notional)
Daniel Mulino Peter Bain (Lib) Rebecca Scorgie Vinh Chau Tony Dobran (GAP)
Van Tran (Ind)
Gellibrand Labor Tim Watts Anthony Mitchell (Lib) Bernadette Thomas Lisa Bentley
Gippsland National Antoinette Holm Darren Chester (Nat) Deb Foskey Kerri Brewer Sonia Buckley (Ind)
David Snelling (SFF)
Neville Tickner (CNP)
Goldstein Liberal Daniel Pollock Tim Wilson (Lib) Sue Pennicuik Wayne Connolly John Casley (Ind)
Brandon Hoult (Sus)
Gorton Labor Brendan O'Connor Nathan Di Noia (Lib) Harkirat Singh Richard Turton Jarrod Bingham (Ind)
Higgins Liberal Fiona McLeod Katie Allen (Lib) Jason Ball Tim Ryan Michaela Moran (Sus)
Alicia Walker (AJP)
Holt Labor Anthony Byrne Jennifer van den Broek (Lib) Jess Wheelock Jatinder Singh
Hotham Labor Clare O'Neil George Hua (Lib) Jess Gonsalvez Jin Luan Dennis Bilic (Sus)
Peter Dorian (RUAP)
Indi Independent Eric Kerr Mark Byatt (Nat)
Steve Martin (Lib)
Helen Robinson Shane Wheatland Helen Haines* (Ind)
Jason Whalley (DHJP)
Isaacs Labor Mark Dreyfus Jeremy Hearn (Lib)
(disendorsed)[29]
Kim Samiotis Anthony Seals Bronwyn Currie (AJP)
Ash Puvimanasinghe (RUAP)
Jagajaga Labor Kate Thwaites Richard Welch (Lib) Paul Kennedy Maria Rigoni Jeff Truscott (RUAP)
Kooyong Liberal Jana Stewart Josh Frydenberg (Lib) Julian Burnside Steven D'Elia Bill Chandler (Ind)
Davina Hinkley (AJP)
Oliver Yates (Ind)
Angelina Zubac (Ind)
La Trobe Liberal Simon Curtis Jason Wood (Lib) Amy Gregorovich Duncan Dean Esther Baker (PHON)
Norman Baker (RUAP)
Asher Calwell-Browne (DHJP)
Lalor Labor Joanne Ryan Gayle Murphy (Lib) Jay Dessi
(disendorsed)[30]
Jeffrey Robinson Susan Jakobi (AFP)
Aijaz Moinuddin (-)
Macnamara Labor Josh Burns Kate Ashmor (Lib) Steph Hodgins-May Helen Paton Steven Armstrong (SUS)
Christine Kay (RUAP)
Craig McPherson (AJP)
Ruby O'Rourke (Ind)
Chris Wallis (Ind)
Mallee National Carole Hart Serge Petrovich (Lib)
Anne Webster* (Nat)
Nicole Rowan Rick Millar Leigh Firman (Sci)
Rick Grosvenor (CNP)
Ray Kingston (Ind)
Chris Lahy (CEC)
Cecila Moar (Ind)
Jason Modica (Ind)
Philip Mollison (RUAP)
Dan Straub (SFF)
Maribyrnong Labor Bill Shorten Christine Stow (Lib) James Williams Sarwar Hasan
McEwen Labor Rob Mitchell Phillip Fusco (Lib) Neil Barker Chris Hayman Deb Butler (DHJP)
Ronnie Graham (PHON)
Robert Hyndman (Ind)
Ruth Parramore (AJP)
Melbourne Greens Luke Creasey
(disendorsed)[31]
Lauren Sherson (Lib) Adam Bandt Tony Pecora
(disendorsed)[32]
David Blake (Ind)
Lawrence Pope (AJP)
Judy Ryan (RP)
Menzies Liberal Stella Yee Kevin Andrews (Lib) Robert Humphreys Brett Fuller Teresa Kelleher (DLP)
Rachel Payne (RP)
Monash Liberal Jessica O'Donnell Russell Broadbent (Lib) William Hornstra Matthew Sherry Michael Fozard (Ind)
John Verhoeven (Ind)
Jeff Waddell (PHON)
Nicholls National Bill Lodwick Damian Drum (Nat) Nickee Freedman Stewart Hine Andrew Bock (Ind)
Nigel Hicks (Ind)
Jeremy Parker (Ind)
Rikkie-Lee Tyrrell (PHON)
Scullin Labor Andrew Giles Gurpal Singh (Lib)
(disendorsed)[33]
Cynthia Smith Firas Hasan Yassin Albarri (Ind)
Rod Whitfield (AJP)
Wannon Liberal Maurice Billi Dan Tehan (Lib) Zephlyn Taylor Joshua Wallace Alex Dyson (Ind)
Wills Labor Peter Khalil Peter Killin (Lib)
(disendorsed)[34]
Adam Pulford Manju Venkat Sue Bolton (VS)
Chris Miles (AJP)

Western AustraliaEdit

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Greens candidate UAP candidate PHON candidate Other candidate
   
Brand Labor Madeleine King Jack Pleiter Jody Freeman Trevor Jones Travis Carter Karen-Lee Mills (CNP)
Blake Phelan (WAP)
Janine Vander Ven (AC)
Burt Labor Matt Keogh David Goode Simone Collins Sahil Chawla Nicole Devincentis Warnar Spyker (AC)
Naomi Nation (Ind)
Peter Raffaelli (SFF)
Sarcha Sagisaka (WAP)
Canning Liberal Mellisa Teede Andrew Hastie Jodie Moffat Steve Veevers Jackson Wreford Brett Clarke (WAP)
Malcolm Heffernan (CNP)
Jamie van Burgel (AC)
Cowan Labor Anne Aly Isaac Stewart Mark Cooper Peter Westcott Sheila Mundy Paul Bedford (SFF)
Andre Lebrasse (AC)
Curtin Liberal Rob Meecham Celia Hammond Cameron Pidgeon Joan Lever Bill Edgar Deonne Kingsford (AC)
Andrew Mangano (WAP)
Louise Stewart (Ind)
Durack Liberal Sharyn Morrow Melissa Price Johani Mamid Brenden Hatton Grahame Gould Scott Bourne (Nat)
Gary Mounsey (WAP)
Forrest Liberal Wayne Sanford Nola Marino Nerilee Boshammer Dale Bromley Kalven Jamieson Alexander Marsden (Ind)
Mark McCall (SFF)
Ian Molyneux (WAP)
Fremantle Labor Josh Wilson Nicole Robins Jesse Hutchinson Fatima Lever Brett Weary Janetia Knapp (WAP)
Laetisia Mulder (AC)
Sam Wainwright (SA)
Hasluck Liberal James Martin Ken Wyatt Lee-Anne Miles Mike Dale Tim Orr Stephen Phelan (WAP)
Fiona White-Hartig (SFF)
Brady Williams (AC)
Moore Liberal Tony O'Gorman Ian Goodenough Daniel Vujcich Rod Chilcott Tyler Walsh Rex Host (AC)
Jen Jacobs (WAP)
Ziggi Murphy (Ind)
O'Connor Liberal Shelley Payne Rick Wilson Nelson Gilmour Anthony Fels Dean Smith John Hassell (Nat)
Nicholas Robinson (GAP)
Peter Swift (WAP)
Ian 't Hart (AC)
Pearce Liberal Kim Travers Christian Porter Eugene Marshall Rob Forster Sandy Old Steve Blythe (Nat)
Colin Butland (Ind)
Michael Calautti (WAP)
Magdeleen Strauss (AC)
Ross Williamson (SFF)
Perth Labor Patrick Gorman Jim Grayden Caroline Perks Chas Hopkins Mel Lownds Jane Boxall (WAP)
Gary Davies (Sci)
Curtis Greening (FLUX)
Stirling Liberal Melita Markey Vince Connelly Judith Cullity Dorothy Hutton Angus Young Kevin Host (AC)
Elizabeth Re (WAP)
Swan Liberal Hannah Beazley Steve Irons Liberty Cramer Peter McLernon Tshung-Hui Chang Carmel Addink (CNP)
Michael Chehoff (AFP)
Sharron Hawkins Zeeb (WAP)
Steve Klomp (AC)
Virginia Thomas-Wurth (AJP)
Tangney Liberal Marion Boswell Ben Morton Martin Spencer Chris Fernandez Scott Rafferty Jillian Horton (Ind)
Mark Staer (AC)
Paul Waddy (Ind)
Gavin Waugh (WAP)

SenateEdit

Australian Capital TerritoryEdit

There were 17 Senate candidates for the ACT.

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

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates UAP candidates Sustainable candidates
         
  1. Katy Gallagher*
  2. Nancy Waites
  1. Zed Seselja*
  2. Robert Gunning
  1. Penny Kyburz
  2. Emma Davidson
  1. Peter Walter
  2. Rebecah Hodgson
  1. John Haydon
  2. Joy Angel
CNP candidates Group C candidates Ungrouped candidates
     
  1. Shane van Duren
  2. Scott Birkett
  1. Anthony Pesec
  2. Gary Kent

Nick Houston
Gary Cowton
David Kim (CDP)

New South WalesEdit

There were 105 candidates for the Senate in New South Wales.

Six seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending one seat. The Liberal-National Coalition was defending two seats. The Greens were defending one seat. One Nation was defending one seat, although sitting senator Brian Burston had defected to the United Australia Party. The Liberal Democrats was defending one seat. Senators Concetta Fierravanti-Wells (Liberal), Kristina Keneally (Labor), Jenny McAllister (Labor), Deborah O'Neill (Labor), Marise Payne (Liberal) and Arthur Sinodinos (Liberal) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates Greens candidates LDP candidates One Nation candidates
         
  1. Tony Sheldon*
  2. Tim Ayres*
  3. Jason Yat-Sen Li
  4. Simonne Pengelly
  5. Aruna Chandrala
  6. Charlie Sheahan
  1. Hollie Hughes* (Lib)
  2. Andrew Bragg* (Lib)
  3. Perin Davey* (Nat)
  4. Jim Molan (Lib)
  5. Sam Farraway (Nat)
  6. Michael Feneley (Lib)
  1. Mehreen Faruqi*
  2. Rachael Jacobs
  3. Louise Steer
  4. Philippa Clark
  5. Roz Chia
  6. Sylvie Ellsmore
  1. Duncan Spender
  2. Codie Neville
  1. Kate McCulloch
  2. Barry Reed
UAP candidates RUAP candidates HEMP candidates Health candidates Pirate candidates
         
  1. Brian Burston
  2. Christine Bernier
  3. Wayne Moore
  1. Maree Nichols
  2. Vladimir Shigrov
  3. Leo Toop
  1. Andrew Katelaris
  2. Michael Balderstone
  1. Molly Knight
  2. Jason Fairbairn
  1. John August
  2. Sara Joyce
AAHP candidates SFF candidates People's candidates Socialist Alliance candidates Together candidates
       
  1. Andrew Potts
  2. Anthony Ziebell
  1. Brett Cooke
  2. Wayne Borsak
  1. Steven Georgantis
  2. Susan Tsangaris
  1. Susan Price
  2. Joel McAlear
  1. Mark Swivel
  2. Belinda Kinkead
  3. Kate McDowell
Conservatives candidates Great Australian candidates CNP candidates CDP candidates ICAN candidates
         
  1. Sophie York
  2. Riccardo Bosi
  1. Matthew Hopkins
  2. Karen Burge
  1. Carolyn Thomson
  2. Gary Young
  3. Paul Swann
  4. Ian Wharton
  1. Silvana Nile
  2. Annie Wright
  1. Rod Bower
  2. Jim Tait
  3. Annette Schnider
Women's candidates Seniors United candidates SEP candidates Workers candidates ABF candidates
         
  1. Divvi De Vendre
  2. Penelope Lloyd
  1. Paul Gerantonis
  2. Helen Ducker
  1. Richard Phillips
  2. John Davis
  1. Mark Ptolemy
  2. Maria Nguyen
  1. Jewell Drury
  2. Peter Moujalli
IMO candidates DLP candidates Action candidates AJP candidates Flux candidates
       
  1. Michael O'Neill
  2. Marelle Burnum Burnum
  1. Daniel Hanna
  2. Benedict O'Brien
  1. Nick Debenham
  2. Guy Forsyth
  1. Angela Pollard
  2. Michael Dello-Iacovo
  3. Carol Bellenger
  1. Ben Rushton
  2. Joanne Cotterill
Science candidates CEC candidates Sustainable candidates Democrats candidates Small Business candidates
         
  1. Andrea Leong
  2. Eve Slavich
  3. Peter Furness
  4. Greg Parker
  1. Ann Lawler
  2. Robert Butler
  1. William Bourke
  2. Warren Grzic
  1. Peter Mailler
  2. Chris Buckman
  1. Angela Vithoulkas
  2. Fiona Douskou
Ungrouped candidates
 

John Carmichael
Chifley Haddad
Phil Baker
Graeme Doyle
John John Romanous
Hussein Faraj
Russell Barber (LAL)
Sandra Lazarus
Glenn Wagner
David O'Brien
Wayne Bell
Michael Kirkwood
Pamela Johnstone
Carolyn Crossman

Northern TerritoryEdit

There were 18 Senate candidates for the NT.

Two seats 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 UAP candidates RUAP candidates
         
  1. Malarndirri McCarthy*
  2. Wayne Kurnoth
    (disendorsed)
  1. Sam McMahon*
  2. Joshua Burgoyne
  1. Anna Sri
  2. Lia Gill
  1. Michael Wolf
  2. Ross McRobert
  1. Jan Pile
  2. Leslie Harris
HEMP candidates CEC candidates CNP candidates Group D candidates
       
  1. Andrew Kavasilas
  2. Lance Lawrence
  1. Trudy Campbell
  2. Peter Flynn
  1. Mark Dickson
  2. James Wheeler
  1. Braedon Early
  2. Crystal Johnson

QueenslandEdit

There were 83 candidates for the Senate in Queensland.

Six seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending two seats. The Liberal National Party was defending two seats. The Greens were defending one seat. One Nation was defending one seat, although sitting senator Fraser Anning had defected to his own Conservative National Party. Senators Matt Canavan (Liberal National), Anthony Chisholm (Labor), Pauline Hanson (One Nation), James McGrath (Liberal National), Amanda Stoker (Liberal National) and Murray Watt (Labor) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates LNP candidates Greens candidates One Nation candidates CNP candidates
         
  1. Nita Green*
  2. Chris Ketter
  3. Frank Gilbert
  4. Tania Major
  5. Stacey Schinnerl
  6. Christina Warry
  1. Paul Scarr*
  2. Susan McDonald*
  3. Gerard Rennick*
  4. Ian Macdonald
  5. Amanda Camm
  6. Nicole Tobin
  1. Larissa Waters*
  2. Navdeep Singh Sidhu
  3. Johanna Kloot
  4. Raelene Ellis
  5. Miranda Bertram
  6. Kirsten Kennedy
  1. Malcolm Roberts*
  2. Steve Dickson
    (disendorsed)[35]
  1. Fraser Anning
  2. Paul Taylor
  3. Mark Absolon
  4. Nancy Sandford
  5. Brad Cameron
UAP candidates KAP candidates LDP candidates RUAP candidates SFF candidates
         
  1. Clive Palmer
  2. Martin Brewster
  3. Yodie Batzke
  1. Joy Marriott
  2. Gregory Wallace
  3. Alan Webb
  1. Gabe Buckley
  2. Lloyd Russell
  1. Graham Healy
  2. Lionel Henaway
  1. Jeff Hodges
  2. Andrew Pope
Conservatives candidates LAOL candidates ICAN candidates Sustainable candidates Pirate candidates
         
  1. Lyle Shelton
  2. Joanna Lindgren
  3. Kate Horan
  1. Kim Vuga
  2. Gavin Wyatt
  1. Andy Lewis
  2. Cornel Lokkers
  3. Gary Pead
  1. Cameron Murray
  2. Chris Simpson
  1. Brandon Selic
  2. Miles Whiticker
IMO candidates AJP candidates ABF candidates Action candidates CEC candidates
       
  1. Allona Lahn
  2. Adam Rowe
  1. Karagh-Mae Kelly
  2. Leah Coutts
  3. Belinda Hardy
  1. Darren Caulfield
  2. Adam Finch
  3. Rod Fox
  1. Kris Bullen
  2. Robyn Stevenson
  1. Jan Pukallus
  2. Danny Hope
Great Australian candidates Workers candidates HEMP candidates DLP candidates Group R candidates
         
  1. Arjay Martin
  2. Tania Moohin
  1. Gregory Bradley
  2. Kathleen Wellstead
  1. John Jiggens
  2. Frank Jordan
  1. Lindsay Temple
  2. Sheila Vincent
  1. Hetty Johnston
  2. Sue Mureau
Group X candidates Ungrouped candidates
   
  1. Tony R. Moore
  2. Cartia Moore

Debby Lo-Dean
Gary Sharpe
Paul Larcombe
Jane Hasler
John Woodward
Nicholas McArthur-Williams
Hassan Ghulam
Wayne Wharton
Amanda Murphy
Paul Stevenson (MHP)

South AustraliaEdit

There were 42 Senate candidates for the Senate in South Australia.

Six seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending one seat. The Liberal Party was defending two seats. The Greens were defending one seat. The Centre Alliance, formerly the Nick Xenophon Team, was defending one seat, although sitting senator Tim Storer, who retired, had sat as an independent. One seat had been held by the Family First Party, which was absorbed by the Australian Conservatives; however, sitting senator Lucy Gichuhi defected to the Liberal Party. Senators Cory Bernardi (Conservatives, elected as Liberal), Simon Birmingham (Liberal), Don Farrell (Labor), Stirling Griff (Centre), Rex Patrick (Centre) and Penny Wong (Labor) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates Centre 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
  3. Gwydion Rozitisolds
  4. Robyn Seto
  1. Skye Kakoschke-Moore
  2. Craig Bossie
  1. Rikki Lambert
  2. Carl Teusner
HEMP candidates One Nation candidates UAP candidates AJP candidates SFF candidates
         
  1. Angela Adams
  2. Matthew Iverson
  1. Jennifer Game
  2. Emma Illies
  1. Kristian Rees
  2. Kerry Kovacs
  3. Sharon Hoskin
  1. Louise Pfeiffer
  2. Wendy Davey
  1. John Hahn
  2. Wayne Kirk
CNP candidates Democrats candidates Great Australian candidates CEC candidates Sustainable candidates
         
  1. Peter Manuel
  2. Tim Dwyer
  1. Tim Burrow
  2. Andrew Castrique
  1. Mark Aldridge
  2. Gary Matthews
  1. Sean Allwood
  2. Paul Siebert
  1. Graham Davies
  2. Robyn Coleman
LDP candidates Ungrouped candidates
   
  1. Kimbra Ransley
  2. Stephen Humble

Michael Lesiw
Brett O'Donnell
Henry Cox

TasmaniaEdit

There were 44 Senate candidates for Tasmania.

Six seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal Party was defending one seat. The Greens were defending one seat. The Jacqui Lambie Network was defending one seat, although sitting senator Steve Martin had defected to the National Party. Senators Eric Abetz (Liberal), Wendy Askew (Liberal), Jonathon Duniam (Liberal), Helen Polley (Labor), Anne Urquhart (Labor) and Peter Whish-Wilson (Greens) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates Lambie candidates Nationals candidates
         
  1. Carol Brown*
  2. Catryna Bilyk*
  3. John Short
  4. Lisa Singh
  5. Wayne Roberts
  6. Robert Flanagan
  1. Richard Colbeck*
  2. Claire Chandler*
  3. Tanya Denison
  1. Nick McKim*
  2. Helen Hutchinson
  3. Simone Marsh
  1. Jacqui Lambie*
  2. Glynn Williams
  3. Chris Reynolds
  1. Steve Martin
  2. Wendy Hilditch
One Nation candidates Conservatives candidates LDP candidates UAP candidates AJP candidates
         
  1. Matthew Stephen
  2. Adam Lambert
  1. Justin Stringer
  2. Nigel Frame
  1. Clinton Mead
  2. Matthew Rabey
  1. Kevin Morgan
  2. David Williams
  3. Craig Gunnis
  1. Karen Bevis
  2. Isobel Turner
Sustainable candidates CEC candidates CNP candidates HEMP candidates SFF candidates
         
  1. Todd Dudley
  2. Christopher Maclay
  1. Ray Williams
  2. Steve Kucina
  1. Michael Jones
  2. Frank Falzon
  1. Alfred Informal
  2. Matt Owen
  1. Rebecca Byfield
  2. Kim Swanson
Group O candidates Ungrouped candidates
   
  1. Craig Garland
  2. Mark Duncan

Greg Beck (ABF)
Steve Mav
Francis Flannery
Karen Street (LAL)

VictoriaEdit

There were 82 candidates for the Senate in Victoria.

Six seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending two seats. The Liberal-National Coalition was defending two seats. The Greens were defending one seat. Derryn Hinch's Justice Party was defending one seat. Senators Kim Carr (Labor), Richard Di Natale (Greens), Mitch Fifield (Liberal), Kimberley Kitching (Labor), Bridget McKenzie (National) and Scott Ryan (Liberal) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates Greens candidates Justice candidates UAP candidates
         
  1. Raff Ciccone*
  2. Jess Walsh*
  3. Gavin Marshall
  4. Parvinder Sarwara
  5. Karen Douglas
  6. Louise Crawford
  1. James Paterson* (Lib)
  2. Jane Hume* (Lib)
  3. David Van* (Lib)
  4. Anita Rank (Nat)
  5. Kyle Hoppitt (Lib)
  6. Julian Mulcahy (Lib)
  1. Janet Rice*
  2. Apsara Sabaratnam
  3. Claire Proctor
  4. Nakita Thomson
  5. Alice Barnes
  6. Judy Cameron
  1. Derryn Hinch
  2. Simone O'Brien
  1. Catriona Thoolen
  2. Katie O'Connor
  3. Roger McKay
One Nation candidates Conservatives candidates CDP candidates Rise Up Australia candidates Flux candidates
         
  1. James Hallam
  2. Ian Cameron
  1. Kevin Bailey
  2. Nina van Strijp
  3. Trent Thomas
  1. Bob Payne
  2. Kevin Murphy
  1. Rosalie Crestani
  2. Danny Nalliah
  1. Dustin Perry
  2. Seb Carrie-Wilson
ICAN candidates Sustainable candidates AJP candidates Democrats candidates Great Australian candidates
         
  1. Paul Wittwer
  2. Kammy Cordner Hunt
  1. Allan Doensen
  2. Madeleine Wearne
  1. Ben Schultz
  2. Fiona McRostie
  1. David Collyer
  2. Marc Williams
  1. Darryl O'Bryan
  2. Helen Edwards
SEP candidates Pirate candidates SFF candidates Republican candidates Small Business candidates
         
  1. Tessa Pietsch
  2. Jason Wardle
  1. Tania Briese
  2. Shannon Smith
  1. Ricky Muir
  2. Damian Stock
  1. Geoff Lutz
  2. Peter Consandine
  1. Simon Kemp
  2. Peter Graham
Action candidates HEMP candidates CEC candidates LDP candidates Secular candidates
         
  1. Philip Ayton
  2. Monika Kompara
  1. Frances Hood
  2. Heather Gladman
  1. Craig Isherwood
  2. Gabrielle Peut
  1. Robert Kennedy
  2. Kirsty O'Sullivan
  1. Harris Sultan
  2. John Perkins
DLP candidates Workers candidates CNP candidates Yellow Vest candidates Health candidates
         
  1. Jennifer Bowden
  2. Chris McCormack
  3. Kathryn Breakwell
  1. Narelle Everard
  2. Kevin Gaynor
  1. Bruce Stevens
  2. Rita Mazalevskis
  3. Benjamin Williamson
  1. Siobhann Brown
  2. Terri Franklin
  1. Isaac Golden
  2. Andrew Hicks
Group Z candidates Ungrouped candidates
   
  1. Sunny Chandra
  2. Robert Whitehill

Kenneth Betts
Max Dicks
Murray McInnis
Karl Morris

Western AustraliaEdit

There were 67 Senate candidates for Western Australia.

Six seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending two seats. The Liberal Party was defending two seats. The Greens were defending one seat. One Nation was defending one seat. Senators Michaelia Cash (Liberal), Mathias Cormann (Liberal), Sue Lines (Labor), Rachel Siewert (Greens), Dean Smith (Liberal) and Glenn Sterle (Labor) were not up for re-election.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates One Nation candidates Nationals candidates
         
  1. Pat Dodson*
  2. Louise Pratt*
  3. Alana Herbert
  4. Thomas French
  5. Varun Ghosh
  6. Alison Vaughan
  1. Linda Reynolds*
  2. Slade Brockman*
  3. Matt O'Sullivan*
  4. Trischa Botha
  1. Jordon Steele-John*
  2. Giz Watson
  3. Heather Lonsdale
  4. Bhuwan Khadka
  5. Jacqueline van Grootel
  6. Jordan Cahill
  1. Peter Georgiou
  2. Martin Suter
  1. Nick Fardell
  2. Siobhan Blake
  3. Louise Kingston
Conservatives candidates UAP candidates Christians candidates LDP candidates WAP candidates
         
  1. Jonathan Crabtree
  2. Peter Castieau
  3. Matt Brazier
  1. James McDonald
  2. Russel Sewell
  3. Patrick Hardwick
  1. Ellen Joubert
  2. Trevor Young
  1. John Gray
  2. Wesley Du Preez
  1. Julie Matheson
  2. David Freilich
  3. Bruce Thompson
  4. Ron Norris
  5. Rod Bradley
Great Australian candidates Socialist Alliance candidates IMO candidates AJP candidates Flux candidates
         
  1. Rod Culleton
  2. Wayne Glew
  1. Petrina Harley
  2. Alex Salmon
  1. Judith Wilyman
  2. Michelle Kinsella
  1. Katrina Love
  2. Courtney Henry
  1. Melissa Taaffe
  2. Leo Treasure
Pirate candidates CNP candidates HEMP candidates CEC candidates SFF candidates
         
  1. Clive Myers
  2. Paul de Abel
  1. David Archibald
  2. Meredith Campbell
  1. Nick Lethbridge
  2. Mark Rayner
  1. Jean Robinson
  2. Barry Mason
  1. Stuart Ostle
  2. Ronald Lean
Health candidates Yellow Vest candidates Sustainable candidates Ungrouped candidates
       
  1. Teddy Craies
  2. Emily Wallis
  1. Debbie Robinson
  2. Catherine Gorman
  1. Yasmin Bartlett
  2. Colin Scott

Valentine-Clive Pegrum
Ben Mullings (MHP)
Glenn Hutchinson
Murray Jones
Brian Carew-Hopkins

Disendorsements and resignationsEdit

There were a number of disendorsements and resignations after the close of nominations on 23 April 2019. As the disendorsements and resignations took place after the close of nominations, their names and party affiliation will still appear on ballot papers.

Date Party Candidate Seat Details
29 April Labor Wayne Kurnoth Senate (NT) Disendorsed due to "questionable" social media posts, including posting antisemitic conspiracy theories.[36]
30 April One Nation Steve Dickson Senate (Qld) Resigned from all One Nation positions after footage of him groping and disparaging women at a Washington DC strip club were broadcast.[35]
1 May Liberal Jeremy Hearn Isaacs Disendorsed after anti-Muslim comments he made in a 2018 online video were revealed.[29][37][38][39]
Peter Killin Wills Resigned after homophobic comments he made on a Christian activist blog come to light, directed at Liberal MP Tim Wilson.[34]
3 May Jessica Whelan Lyons Resigned after anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant social media posts were revealed. Whelan initially suggested some social media posts were not hers, but later acknowledged she had made other inappropriate posts which had not been declared to the party.[40][28]
Labor Luke Creasey Melbourne Resigned after the release of sexist and misogynist jokes he had made in social media posts seven years earlier.[31]
8 May Greens Jay Dessi Lalor Resigned as candidate following the emergence of racist jokes made on social media.[30]
9 May Liberal Gurpal Singh Scullin Resigned as candidate after criticising a victim of rape, stating that her husband was the "real victim", having previously compared same-sex marriage to paedophilia.[33]
United Australia Tony Pecora Melbourne Disendorsed after social media posts were revealed in which he purported numerous conspiracy theories, including that "globalist forces" were responsible for the September 11 attacks.[32][41]
14 May Greens David Paull Parkes Resigned as candidate following the emergence of conspiracy theories about the Port Arthur Massacre.[27]

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