2019 Federal Election

Updated: Thu, 27 Jun 2019 11:39:52 AM AEST

New South Wales

NSW Senate

Enrolment: 5,294,468
Quota: 670,761


There are six NSW Senate vacancies for the 2019 Federal Election.


First preferences

Distribution of preferences

Senators elected


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.

Groups' quota
Group Quota
Liberal/Nationals 2.6986
Labor/Country Labor 2.0876
The Greens 0.6109
Pauline Hanson's One Nation 0.3472
Australian Conservatives 0.0345
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 Democrats 0.0130
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
HEMP 0.1486
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
Pirate Party 0.0252
Rise Up Australia Party 0.0496
Science Party 0.0283
Seniors United Party of Australia 0.0104
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers 0.1780
Socialist Alliance 0.0090
Socialist Equality Party 0.0031
Sustainable Australia 0.0302
The Great Australian Party 0.0117
The Small Business Party 0.0212
The Together Party 0.0091
The Women's Party 0.0245
Unendorsed/Ungrouped Amalgamated 0.0039

Division and polling place results