Declared Results Senate Seats Federal Election 2019

Declared Results Senate Seats Federal Election 2019

Federal Election Polling Day Saturday 18 May 2019

Australian Electoral Commission

Make Up Of Senate Chamber

Victor P Taffa

Australian Electoral Commission has declared all seats in the Senate for the Federal Election held on Saturday 18 May 2019.

Unless the entire Senate Chamber is dissolved for a Double Dissolution Election normally half the Senate is up for election at a time.

Senate Chamber rotates so that there is ongoing stability in the political process and is also why new Senators do not take up their position until 1st July following on from the election.

Australia is a Federation of States that was formed on 1 January 1901.

Senators represent one of the 6 States and 2 Territories rather than representing a Division or District regardless of political representation.

2019 Election was a Half Senate Election and new Senators do not take up their seats until 1st July following on from the election.

It is for these reasons that Australia has one of the most stable democratic Parliamentary systems in the world.

Postal and Pre-Poll votes have all been counted and a complete distribution of preferences has been conducted.

Australia does not have First Past The Post voting and electors must place a preference of choice for the candidates on the ballot paper.

Senate Ballot Papers also has a line separating Groups of candidates from individual candidates.

Voters either place a preference of choice for a group above the line or a preference of choice for candidates below the line.

Senate Seats as declared by the Australian Electoral Commission at the Half Senate 2019 Election are as follows:

Australian Capital Territory

Liberal                                                 1

Australian Labor Party                       1

Total Seats                                         2

New South Wales

Liberal/National Coalition                  3

Australian Labor Party                       2

The Greens                                          1

Total Seats                                         6

Northern Territory

Country Liberal Party                         1

Australian Labor Party                       1

Total Seats                                         2

Queensland

Liberal National Party                        3

Australian Labor Party                       1

The Greens                                          1

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation            1

Total Seats                                         6

South Australia

Liberal                                                 3

Australian Labor Party                       2

The Greens                                          1

Total Seats                                         6

Tasmania

Liberal                                                 3

Australian Labor Party                       2

The Greens                                          1

Jacqui Lambie Network                     1

Total Seats                                         6

Victoria

Liberal/National Coalition                  3

Australian Labor Party                       2

The Greens                                          1

Total Seats                                         6

Western Australia

Liberal                                                 3

Australian Labor Party                       2

The Greens                                          1

Total Seats                                         6

 

State/ Territory Representation

Australian Capital Territory                2

New South Wales                               12

Northern Territory                               2

Queensland                                         12

South Australia                                   12

Tasmania                                             12

Victoria                                               12

Western Australia                               12

Total Seats                                         76

 

Entire Senate Make Up

Australian Labor Party                       26

The Greens                                          9

Centre Alliance                                   2

Independent                                        2

Derryn Hinch’s Justice Party              1

Liberal Democratic Party                   1

Australian Conservatives                    1

Pauline Hanson’s One Nation            2

United Australia Party                       1

Country Liberal Party                         1

Liberal Party                                       25

The Nationals                                      5

Total                                                   76

Federal Senator Jim Molan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New South Wales Liberal Senator Jim Molan

New South Wales Liberal Senator Jim Molan was up for election and was disgracefully dumped down the Liberal Party ticket to an unwinnable position by party factional thugs and power show ponies.

New South Wales Liberal Senator Jim Molan secured 137,325 votes or 2.92% of the vote and 0.2047 quota.

New South Wales Liberal Senator Jim Molan secured more votes than any other Senate candidate.

New South Wales Liberal Senator Jim Molan retires from the Senate on 1st July 2019.

New South Wales Liberal Senator Jim Molan has a distinguished military record. Soon a vacancy will occur in the Senate due to a sitting Senator being appointed to a position outside of the Parliament.

Liberal Party Factional Thugs and Power Show Ponies all needs to select Senator Jim Molan to take up that vacancy that under the Commonwealth Constitution is filled by the Party who currently holds the seat.