Australia

Parliamentary 2013


Published

Federal elections took place on 7 September 2013.

House of Representatives
Australian Labor Party 55
Coalition
Liberal Party of Australia 58
Liberal National Party of Queensland 22
The Nationals 9
Country Liberals 1
Kattler’s Australian Party
The Greens 1
Palmer United Party 1
Family First 0
Rise Up Australia Party 0
Christian Democratic Party 0
Australian Sex Party 0
DLP – Democratic Labour Party 0
Australian Christians 0
Citizens Electoral Council 0
One Nation 0
Bullet Train For Australia 0
Australia First Party (NSW) Incorporated 0
Stable Population Party 0
Secular Party of Australia 0
Country Alliance 0
Socialist Alliance 0
Australian Independents 0
Australian Voice Party 0
Australian Protectionist Party 0
Democrats 0
Non-Custodial Parents Party 0
Animal Justice Party 0
A.F.N.P.P 0
Future Party 0
Liberal Democrats (LDP) 0
Senator Online 0
Australian Sports Party 0
Uniting Australia Party 0
Voluntary Euthanasia Party 0
Independent 2
Total 150

Registered electors: 14,086,869
Votes: 13,131,667
Turnout: 93.22%

Senate Elected Total
Australian Labor Party 12 25
Coalition 17 33
Liberal Party of Australia
Liberal/Nationals
Liberal National Party
The Greens 4 10
Nick Xenophon Group 1 1
Palmer United Party 2 2
Family First 1 1
Liberal Democrats (LDP) 1 1
Australian Motoring Enthusiast Party 1 1
Australian Sports Party 1 1
Independent 0 1
Total 40 76

Registered electors: 14,086,869
Votes: 13,217,393
Turnout: 93.83%

Source: www.results.aec.gov.au

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