Australia Federal Election Results 2010 Winner list by Party, by Division, by State, Senate results, Australia Labor Party Coalition Winner, Vote% Margin Swing, Senate members, Australia Election Results

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Australia Federal Election Results 2010 Winner list by Party, by Division, by State, Senate results, Australia Labor Party Coalition Winner, Vote% Margin Swing, Senate members, Australia Election Results

Australia Elections 2010 Senators.

The Senate has 76 seats. Forty seats were up for election; six in each of the six states and two in each of the two territories. The terms of the four senators from the territories commenced on election day, all other terms took effect from 1 July 2011.The Coalition holds 34 seats and Labor holds 31 seats, with the balance of power shifting solely to the Australian Greens with nine seats, after previously holding a shared balance of power with the Family First Party and independent Nick Xenophon. The Labor government requires the support of at least eight non-Labor Senators to pass legislation.

Labor and the Coalition incurred swings against them in votes and seats. The Greens received a four percent swing and won a seat in each of the six states at the election, a first for an Australian minor party. John Madigan (Victoria) of the Democratic Labor Party won a seat, while Steve Fielding (Victoria) of the Family First Party lost his seat. Xenophon was not required to stand at this election but will be up for re-election at the next. Minor parties not winning a seat but receiving a notable swing include the Australian Sex Party (+2.0), the Liberal Democratic Party (+1.7) and the Shooters and Fishers Party (+1.4).

 

Senate (STV GV) – Turnout 93.82% (CV) – Informal 3.75%
Party Votes % Swing Seats won Continuing senators Total seats Change
  Liberal/National Coalition 48,71,871 38.3 –1.47 18 16 34 –3
  Australian Labor Party 44,69,734 35.13 –5.17 15 16 31 –1
  Australian Greens 16,67,315 13.11 4.07 6 3 9 4
  Family First Party 2,67,493 2.1 0.48 0 0 –1
  Democratic Labor Party 1,34,987 1.06 0.14 1 1 1
  Independents 55,786 0.44 –0.94 0 1 1 0
  Other 12,55,047 9.86 2.89 0 0 0
  Total 127,22,233     40 36 76  

 

Senators Elected    
       
Senators Elected for all states and territories
State Senator Party Order Elected
ACT LUNDY, Kate Alexandra Australian Labor Party 1
ACT HUMPHRIES, Gary Liberal 2
NSW FIERRAVANTI-WELLS, Concetta Liberal 1
NSW FAULKNER, John Labor 2
NSW HEFFERNAN, William Liberal 3
NSW THISTLETHWAITE, Matthew Labor 4
NSW NASH, Fiona The Nationals 5
NSW RHIANNON, Lee The Greens 6
NT SCULLION, Nigel Country Liberals (NT) 1
NT CROSSIN, Trish Australian Labor Party (Northern Territory) Branch 2
QLD BRANDIS, George Henry Liberal National Party of Queensland 1
QLD LUDWIG, Joe Australian Labor Party 2
QLD JOYCE, Barnaby Liberal National Party of Queensland 3
QLD McLUCAS, Jan Australian Labor Party 4
QLD WATERS, Larissa The Greens 5
QLD MASON, Brett Liberal National Party of Queensland 6
SA GALLACHER, Alex Australian Labor Party 1
SA FISHER, Mary Jo Liberal 2
SA McEWEN, Anne Australian Labor Party 3
SA EDWARDS, Sean Liberal 4
SA WRIGHT, Penny The Greens 5
SA FAWCETT, David Liberal 6
TAS POLLEY, Helen Australian Labor Party 1
TAS ABETZ, Eric Liberal 2
TAS MILNE, Christine Australian Greens 3
TAS URQUHART, Anne Australian Labor Party 4
TAS PARRY, Stephen Shane Liberal 5
TAS SINGH, Lisa Australian Labor Party 6
VIC CARR, Kim John Australian Labor Party 1
VIC RONALDSON, Michael Liberal 2
VIC DI NATALE, Richard Australian Greens 3
VIC CONROY, Stephen Michael Australian Labor Party 4
VIC McKENZIE, Bridget The Nationals 5
VIC MADIGAN, John Democratic Labor Party (DLP) of Australia 6
WA CORMANN, Mathias Liberal 1
WA EVANS, Chris Australian Labor Party 2
WA BACK, Chris Liberal 3
WA STERLE, Glenn Australian Labor Party 4
WA ADAMS, Judith Liberal 5
WA SIEWERT, Rachel The Greens 6

 

 

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