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2019 Australian federal election, Saturday, 18 May 2019

Senate for WA


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Animal Justice Party

Animal welfare

Ballot Group: L

   Katrina LOVE

   Courtney HENRY

Believes in animal rights. Opposes greyhound racing, live export, puppy farms and hunting of wildlife

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • No position on the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • No position on drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • No position on reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Opposes offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • No position on increasing the old-age pension
  • No position on increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • No position on increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • No position on government action to curtail pokies
  • No position on implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$442,333

Australian Christians

Social conservatism, Christian right

Ballot Group: K

   Ellen JOUBERT

   Trevor YOUNG

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$154,086
Mrs Delphene Moran
donated $50,000
Tricord Pty Ltd
donated $25,000

Australian Conservatives

Conservatism, Social conservatism

Ballot Group: M

   Jonathan CRABTREE

   Peter CASTIEAU

   Matt BRAZIER

Believes that the functions of government are to guarantee individual freedom, property rights and the administration of justice.

  • Opposes government lead action on climate change
  • Supports the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Opposes drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Opposes reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • No position on government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Supports offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Supports increasing the old-age pension
  • Opposes increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Opposes increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • No position on government action to curtail pokies
  • Opposes implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$1,471,749
Willimbury Pty Limited
donated $20,000
Mr Kevin Bailey
donated $13,000
PG Consolidated Pty Ltd as Trustee for PG Trust
donated $10,000

Citizens Electoral Council

LaRouche Movement

Ballot Group: O

   Jean ROBINSON

   Barry MASON

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$1,692,580
Mr Bernie Bourke
donated $40,600
Mr Ian D McCaffrey
donated $22,050
Mrs Lorraine Thomas
donated $21,400

FRASER ANNING'S CONSERVATIVE NATIONAL PARTY

Right-wing populism, Australian nationalism

Ballot Group: E

   David ARCHIBALD

   Meredith Melinda CAMPBELL


Health Australia Party

Anti-vaccination, Naturopathy

Ballot Group: T

   Teddy CRAIES

   Emily WALLIS

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$15,192

Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party

Cannabis legalisation

Ballot Group: J

   Nick LETHBRIDGE

   Mark RAYNER

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$120

Involuntary Medication Objectors (Vaccination/Fluoride) Party

Anti-vaccination, Anti-fluoride

Ballot Group: B

   Judy WILYMAN

   Michelle KINSELLA

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$792

Labor

Social democracy, Neoliberalism

Ballot Group: G

   Patrick DODSON

   Louise PRATT

   Alana HERBERT

   Thomas FRENCH

   Varun GHOSH

   Alison VAUGHAN

Major centre-left political party, believes in standing up for middle and working Australia

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • Mixed the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Opposes drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Supports reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • No position on offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Supports increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Supports increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • No position on government action to curtail pokies
  • Supports implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$10,099,926
Electrical Trades Union of Australia - Victorian Branch
donated $450,000
ANZ Banking Group Limited
donated $250,000
National Automotive Leasing and Salary Packaging Association
donated $124,900

Liberal

Liberal conservatism, Economic liberalism

Ballot Group: C

   Linda REYNOLDS

   Slade BROCKMAN

   Matt O'SULLIVAN

   Trischa BOTHA

Incumbent major ruling party, believes in individual rights and freedoms, a lean government that minimises interference and maximises individual and private sector initiative

  • Mixed government lead action on climate change
  • Supports the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Opposes drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Opposes reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Opposes government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Supports offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Supports increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Opposes increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • Opposes government action to curtail pokies
  • Opposes implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$4,904,921
The Michael Crouch Foundation
donated $350,000
ANZ Banking Group Limited
donated $250,000
National Automotive Leasing and Salary Packaging Association
donated $150,000

Liberal Democrats

Libertarianism, Classical liberalism

Ballot Group: N

   John Patrick GRAY

   Wesley Jerome Du PREEZ

Believes in low taxes, small government & individual responsibility.

  • Opposes government lead action on climate change
  • Opposes the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Supports drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Opposes reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • No position on government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Supports offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Opposes increasing the old-age pension
  • Opposes increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Opposes increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • No position on government action to curtail pokies
  • Opposes implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$179,563

National Party

Conservatism, Agrarianism

Ballot Group: U

   Nick FARDELL

   Siobhan BLAKE

   Louise KINGSTON

Believes in building stronger regional economies, the preservation of decent health, safety, social and economic welfare standards and the importance of free choice and a fair go.

  • No position on government lead action on climate change
  • No position on the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • No position on drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • No position on reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • No position on government support for the ABC and SBS
  • No position on offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • No position on increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • No position on increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • No position on government action to curtail pokies
  • No position on implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$2,080,705
Manildra Group
donated $158,000
Philip Morris Limited
donated $56,500
Gulf Coast Agricultural Company Pty Ltd
donated $50,000

Pauline Hanson's One Nation

Australian nationalism, Right-wing populism

Ballot Group: A

   Peter GEORGIOU

   Martin Graham SUTER

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$1,750,142
Taxi Council of Queensland Inc
donated $15,000
Australian Hotels Association - Federal Office
donated $4,480

Pirate Party

Pirate politics: civil liberties & copyright reform

Ballot Group: F

   Clive MYERS

   Paul de ABEL

Believes in civil and digital liberty, freedom of information, personal privacy, government transparency and participatory democracy

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • Opposes the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Supports drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Mixed reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Opposes offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • No position on increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • Supports the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • No position on increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • No position on government action to curtail pokies
  • No position on implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$3,894

Shooters, Fishers and Farmers

Conservatism, Gun rights

Ballot Group: P

   Stuart William OSTLE

   Ronald LEAN

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$59,314
NSW Amateur Pistol Association Inc.
donated $33,700

Socialist Alliance

Socialism, Anti-capitalism

Ballot Group: Q

   Petrina HARLEY

   Alex SALMON

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$47,380

Sustainable Australia

Lower immigration, Anti-overdevelopment

Ballot Group: V

   Yasmin Maree BARTLETT

   Colin Robert SCOTT

Believes in a sustainable environment and population level. Opposes overdevelopment but supports affordable housing. Believes in policies to support a diverse economy supporting local factories, farms and small business.

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • Supports the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Supports drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Supports reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Supports offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Opposes increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • Supports the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Opposes increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • Supports government action to curtail pokies
  • No position on implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission
Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$222,405
Rufolo Pty Ltd
donated $64,000
Mr Allan Doensen
donated $20,000
Gainsdale Pty Ltd
donated $20,000

The Australian Mental Health Party

Mental health advocacy

   Ben MULLINGS

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$4,299

The Great Australian Party

Constitutionalism

Ballot Group: R

   Rodney Norman CULLETON

   Wayne Kenneth GLEW


The Greens (WA)

Green politics

Ballot Group: D

   Jordon STEELE-JOHN

   Giz WATSON

   Heather LONSDALE

   Bhuwan KHADKA

   Jacqueline van GROOTEL

   Jordan Louise CAHILL

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$548,324
Prof Chilla Bulbeck
donated $599,860

United Australia Party

Right-wing populism, Australian nationalism

Ballot Group: I

   James McDONALD

   Russell SEWELL

   Patrick John HARDWICK

Believes in a broadly populist position. Supports decentralisation, regional self-government and lower taxes. Opposes political lobbyists.

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • Mixed the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Supports drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Supports reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Opposes offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Opposes increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • Supports the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Supports increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • Supports government action to curtail pokies
  • Mixed implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission

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Direct democracy

Ballot Group: W

   Melissa TAAFFE

   Leo TREASURE

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$10,463

WESTERN AUSTRALIA PARTY

WA's best interests

Ballot Group: H

   Julie MATHESON

   David John FREILICH

   Bruce THOMPSON

   Ron NORRIS

   Rod BRADLEY

Believes that WA should get more from the federal government

  • Supports government lead action on climate change
  • Opposes the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Supports drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Opposes reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Supports offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Supports increasing the old-age pension
  • Supports increased federal funding for education and health
  • No position on the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Supports increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • Supports government action to curtail pokies
  • Most implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission

Yellow Vest Australia

Anti-Islam, Right-wing populism

Ballot Group: S

   Debbie ROBINSON

   Catherine GORMAN

Party annual expenditure 2017-18
$288,968

(independent)

   Valentine-Clive PEGRUM


(independent)

   Glenn HUTCHINSON


(independent)

   Murray Victor JONES

I ask which is more important, people struggling to make ends meet or pretending we are to be the world leaders on climate change policy. Yes I believe in climate change but as we only produce 1% of the world's emissions we have way bigger problems to solve first. A big one is to protect every Australians bank deposits and legislative to separate banking and banking gambling.

  • Opposes government lead action on climate change
  • Opposes the AA bill allowing government agencies to read your online messages
  • Opposes drug reform, treating drug use as a health issue rather than a criminal one
  • Mixed reducing negative gearing and related tax loopholes
  • Supports government support for the ABC and SBS
  • Supports offshore detention of asylum seekers
  • Supports increasing the old-age pension
  • Mixed increased federal funding for education and health
  • Supports the introduction of an anti-corruption commission for federal politics
  • Supports increasing the minimum wage and restoring penalty rates
  • Supports government action to curtail pokies
  • Supports implementation of the recommendations of the Banking Royal Commission

(independent)

   Brian CAREW-HOPKINS


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