2019 Federal Election
New South Wales
NSW SenateEnrolment: 5,294,468
There are six NSW Senate vacancies for the 2019 Federal Election.
Distribution of preferences
Senators can only be declared elected after the distribution of preferences.
For a candidate to be elected to the Senate they need to gain a full quota of the formal votes. The table below represents an indicative quota based on first preference votes as cast above the line only. Each party's quota can provide some indication as to the potential for candidates in that party to be elected but does not account for votes cast below the line.
Note: The distribution of preferences determines which candidates are elected to the Senate. This process is conducted as soon as possible after all votes have been received and counted and can take several weeks to occur.
|Pauline Hanson's One Nation||0.3472|
|FRASER ANNING'S CONSERVATIVE NATIONAL PARTY||0.0267|
|Liberal Democrats (LDP)||0.1339|
|United Australia Party||0.1042|
|Affordable Housing Party||0.0258|
|Animal Justice Party||0.0730|
|Australian Better Families||0.0113|
|Australian People's Party||0.0178|
|Australian Workers Party||0.0115|
|Christian Democratic Party||0.1126|
|Citizens Electoral Council||0.0022|
|DLP - Democratic Labour Party||0.0394|
|Health Australia Party||0.0346|
|Independents For Climate Action||0.0399|
|Involuntary Medication Objectors (Vaccination/Fluoride) Party||0.0075|
|Climate Action! Immigration Action! Accountable Politicians!||0.0096|
|Rise Up Australia Party||0.0496|
|Seniors United Party of Australia||0.0104|
|Shooters, Fishers and Farmers||0.1780|
|Socialist Equality Party||0.0031|
|The Great Australian Party||0.0117|
|The Small Business Party||0.0212|
|The Together Party||0.0091|
|The Women's Party||0.0245|