SCRATCHINGS: All the election candidates that have resigned, been disendorsed or ruled ineligible
Candidates disendorsed after April 21 can still go on to win the election.
This is a list of all the 2022 federal election candidates that have resigned, been disendorsed or been ruled ineligible after they announced their candidacy.
Any candidate who is no longer running but made that announcement after April 21 will still appear on the ballot paper.
If there are multiple resignations/disendorsements for one party, the ex-candidates will be listed in order of when they resigned.
This list will continue to be updated.
Running for the seat of Macnamara (NSW), resigned for unknown reasons.
Running for the seat of Oxley, resigned for unknown reasons.
Running for the seat of O'Connor (WA), ruled ineligible to run.
Running for the seat of Hughes (NSW), withdrew candidacy over Section 44 concerns.
Running for the seat of Macnamara (NSW), disendorsed by Craig Kelly over support for Vladimir Putin.
Running for the NSW Senate, resigned to protest NATO's stance against Putin.
Morgan C Jonas
Running for the seat of Flinders (VIC), resigned to run for the senate as an independent.
Running for the seat of Whitlam (NSW), resigned after he says he was "suspended" for talking to the media.
Running for the seat of Eden-Monaro (NSW), disendorsed over "repulsive" comments about women.
Running for the seat of Brisbane (QLD), disendorsed after "failing to follow party directions".
Running for the seat of Dobell (NSW), resigned after the AEC's decision to deregister the party, in addition to her considering it "not feasible."
Running for the seat of Herbert (QLD), dropped out to run as an independent.
Running for the seat of Forde (QLD), resigned over views on 'some trans issues.'
Running for the seat of Rankin (QLD), resigned over views on 'some trans issues.'
Running for the Queensland senate, sources telling 6 News it may be over internal divisions within the party.
Barry Du Bois
Running for the NSW Senate, withdrew his candidacy citing health reasons.
Running for the WA Senate, resigned over concerns about how the party was run.
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