Likely Federal comings and goings


April 28, 2019

With every election, you can only hope that the overall standard of the MPs and Senators improves. These lists track the likely comings and goings over the next 3 months as part of our survey work on the political appetite for gambling reform.


20 RETIRING FEDERAL MPS – SEE MORE ON WIKIPEDIA


Gai Brodtmann
Julie Bishop
Doug Cameron
Steve Ciobo
Michael Danby
Kate Ellis
Luke Hartsuyker
Michael Keenan
Craig Laundy
Jenny Macklin
Ian MacDonald
Cathy McGowan
Clair Moore
Kelly O'Dwyer
Christopher Pyne
Nigel Scullion
Ann Sudmalis
Tim Storer
Wayne Swan
John "wacka" Williams

RECONTESTING FEDERAL MPS AND SENATORS MOST LIKELY TO LOSE

Fraser Anning (ex One Nation in Queensland)

Julia Banks (shifting from Chisholm to Flinders)

Andrew Bartlett: (shifting from Senate to lower seat of Brisbane)

Brian Burston: ex One Nation, now with Palmer

Chris Crewther (Lib, Dunkley)

Peter Georgiou (One Nation, WA)

Lucy Gichuhi: 4th on Liberal ticket in SA

Sarah Henderson (Lib, Corangamite)

Jim Molan (NSW Senator, running an independent)

Duncan Spender (Liberal Democrats Senator)

Barry O'Sullivan (dumped to unwinnable seat on QLD LNP)

DEFINITE NEW MPS COMING INTO PARLIAMENT

Angie Bell: succeeding Steve Ciobo in Moncrief on the Gold Coast

Andrew Bragg: No 2 on the Liberal senate ticket in NSW.

Katy Gallagher: lead ALP senate candidate in Canberra

Celia Hammond: replacing Julie Bishop in Curtin.

Hollie Hughes: top of the NSW Liberal Senate ticket

Susan McDonald: number two on the LNP Senate ticket in Queensland

Daniel Mullino: new safe Labor seat of Fraser in Melbourne.

Paul Scarr: tops the LNP senate ticket in Queensland

Marielle Smith: number two on the SA Labor ticket

Kate Thwaites: replacing Jenny Macklin in Jaga Jaga.

Anika Wells: replacing Wayne Swan in Lilley

Jess Walsh: no 2 on the Labor Senate in Victoria.

MOST LIKELY NEW MPs IN CONTESTED SITUATIONS

Libby Coker: Labor, Corangamite

Ali France: a very good chance to beat Peter Dutton in Dickson.

Gladys Lui or Jennifer Yang: in Chisholm

Fiona Martin or Labor's Sam Crosby: in Reid

Peta Murphy: Labor candidate in Dunkley