Sunday, November 25, 2007

New look of the senate - Nick Xenephon in, Democrats wiped out.

The Greens will be disappointed not to pick up the second A.C.T seat. They also failed to get Kerry Nettle re-elected.

Note: This is a guide only. Final outcome may depend on "below the line" votes.

Party Continuing New Total
Liberal/National Coalition 19 18 37
Australian Labor Party 14 18 32
The Greens 2 3 5
Family First 1 0 1
Others (Nick Xenephon)
0 1 1

NSW
1 ARBIB Mark Australian Labor Party
2 COONAN Helen Liberal Party
3 CAMERON Doug Australian Labor Party
4 WILLIAMS John National Party
5 STEPHENS Ursula Australian Labor Party
6 PAYNE Marise Liberal Party

Victoria
1 COLLINS Jacinta Australian Labor Party
2 FIFIELD Mitch Liberal Party
3 MARSHALL Gavin Australian Labor Party
4 KROGER Helen Liberal Party
5 FEENEY David Australian Labor Party
6 RYAN Scott Liberal Party

Queensland
1 MACDONALD Ian Douglas Liberal Party
2 HOGG John Joseph Australian Labor Party
3 BOYCE Sue Liberal Party
4 MOORE Claire Australian Labor Party
5 BOSWELL Ron National Party
6 FURNER Mark Australian Labor Party


W.A
1 JOHNSTON David Liberal Party
2 PRATT Louise Australian Labor Party
3 EGGLESTON Alan Liberal Party
4 BISHOP Mark Australian Labor Party
5 CASH Michaelia Liberal Party
6 LUDLAM Scott Australian Greens

S.A
1 FARRELL Don Australian Labor Party
2 BERNARDI Cory Liberal Party
3 XENOPHON Nick Independent
4 WONG Penny Australian Labor Party
5 BIRMINGHAM Simon Liberal Party
6 HANSON-YOUNG Sarah Australian Greens

Tasmania
1 SHERRY Nick Australian Labor Party
2 COLBECK Richard M Liberal Party
3 BROWN Bob Australian Greens
4 BROWN Carol Australian Labor Party
5 BUSHBY David Liberal Party
6 BILYK Catryna Australian Labor Party

A.C.T
1 LUNDY Kate Australian Labor Party
2 HUMPHRIES Gary Liberal Party

N.T
1 CROSSIN Trish Australian Labor Party
2 SCULLION Nigel Country Liberal Party
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