• Leonardo Puglisi

What you need to know about every single party in the Victorian election (in under 10 minutes)

6 News has details on all the parties running, endorsing independents & no longer running.

23 political parties have been registered for the November 26 state election in Victoria, while a further 10 applied unsuccessfully (not including 2 who tried running but never formally applied) and an additional 3 are endorsing independents or have independents affiliated with them.


In addition to all that, a further 5 parties who ran in 2018 are not running this time around.


REGISTERED:

  • Angry Victorians Party (NEW)

  • Animal Justice Party

  • Australian Labor Party

  • Companions and Pets Party (NEW)

  • Democratic Labour Party

  • Derryn Hinch's Justice Party

  • Family First Party (NEW)

  • Freedom Party of Victoria (NEW)

  • Health Australia Party

  • Legalise Cannabis Victoria (NEW)

  • Liberal Democrats

  • Liberal Party

  • National Party

  • New Democrats (NEW)

  • Pauline Hanson's One Nation (NEW)

  • Reason

  • Restore Democracy Sack Dan Andrews Party (NEW)

  • Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party

  • Sustainable Australia Party

  • The Greens

  • Transport Matters Party

  • United Australia Party (NEW)

  • Victorian Socialists


HAS AFFILIATED/ENDORSED INDEPENDENTS:

  • AustraliaOne (did not apply for registration)

  • Child Protection Party (did not apply for registration)

  • FUSION: Science, Pirate, Secular, Climate Emergency

  • Indigenous-Aboriginal Party of Australia

  • Socialist Alliance (did not apply for registration)

  • The Conservative Party (did not apply for registration)


TRIED TO RUN:

  • Australian Democrats

  • Australian Federation Party

  • Drew Pavlou Democratic Alliance (did not formally apply for registration)

  • Independence Party

  • Legalise Marijuana Party

  • Stop Selling Australia Party (did not formally apply for registration)

  • Victoria Climate Change Party

  • Victorians Party


RAN IN 2018 BUT NOT RUNNING AGAIN:

  • Aussie Battler Party

  • Australian Liberty Alliance (later became Yellow Vest Australia)

  • Hudson for Northern Victoria

  • Voluntary Euthanasia Party

  • Vote 1 Local Jobs

 

NOTES:

  • 'NEW' indicates the party the party did not run in the 2018 Victorian election, not necessarily how new the party is

  • FUSION & Indigenous-Aboriginal both applied unsuccessfully to run as well

  • Australian Federation Party ran in 2018 as the Australian Country Party

 

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