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Dates of Expiry of Senators' Terms of Service

State

30 June 2008

30 June 2011

State

30 June 2008

30 June 2011

Senator Party Senator Party Senator Party Senator Party

NSW

Coonan, H.

LP

Heffernan, W.D.

LP

TAS

Bushby, D. C. [5]

LP

Abetz, E.

LP

Stephens, U.

ALP

Hutchins, S.P.

ALP

Brown, C. L. [6]

ALP

O'Brien, K.

ALP

Macdonald, S.

NATS

Fierravanti-Wells, C.

LP

Watson, J.

LP

Barnett, G.

LP

Campbell, G.

ALP

Faulkner, J.P.

ALP

Sherry, N.

ALP

Polley, H.

ALP

Payne, M.A.

LP

Nash, F.

NATS

Brown, B.

AG

Parry, S.

LP

Nettle, K.M. AG

Forshaw, M.G.

ALP

Colbeck, R.

LP

Milne, C.

AG

QLD

Macdonald, I.D.

LP

Mason, B.J.

LP

VIC

Fifield, M [7]

LP

Ronaldson, M.

LP

Hogg, J.J.

ALP

McLucas, J.E.

ALP

Ray, R.F.

ALP

Carr, K.

ALP

Boyce, S. [1]

LP

Brandis, G.H.

LP

Kemp, R.

LP

McGauran, J.

LP

Moore, C.

ALP

Ludwig, J.W.

ALP

Marshall, G.

ALP

Conroy, S.

ALP

Bartlett, A.

AD

Joyce, B.

NATS

Patterson, K.C.L.

LP

Troeth, J.

LP

Boswell, R.L.D.

NATS

Trood, R.

LP

Allison, L.

AD

Fielding, S.

FFP

SA

Bernardi, C [2]

LP

Minchin, N.

LP

WA

Eggleston, A.

LP

Ellison, C.

LP

Wong, P.

ALP

McEwen, A.

ALP

Bishop, M.

ALP

Evans, C.

ALP

Birmingham, S.J. [3]

LP

Fisher, M.J. [4]

LP

Johnston, D.

LP

Cormann, M [8]

LP

Kirk, L.

ALP

Hurley, A.

ALP

Webber, R.

ALP

Sterle, G.

ALP

Chapman, H.G.P.

LP

Ferguson, A.

LP

Lightfoot, R.

LP

Adams, J.

LP

Stott Despoja, N.

AD

Wortley, D.

ALP

Murray, A.

AD

Siewert, R.

AG

Pursuant to section 42 of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918, the terms of service of the following senators representing the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory expire at the close of the day immediately before the polling day for the next general election of members of the House of Representatives.

Territory Senator Party Senator Party
Australian Capital Territory Lundy, K. ALP Humphries, G. LP
Northern Territory Scullion, N. G. CLP Crossin, P.M. ALP

Party Representation : AD 4; AG 4; ALP 28; FFP 1; LP 34; NATS/CLP 5

[1] Chosen by the Parliament of Queensland to fill a casual vacancy (vice S. Santoro, resigned 11.4.07), pursuant to section 15 of the Constitution, 19.4.07; sworn in 8.5.07.

[2] Chosen by the Parliament of South Australia to be fill a casual vacancy (vice R. Hill, resigned 15.3.06), pursuant to section 15 of the Constitution, 4.5.06; sworn in 9.5.06.

[3] Chosen by the Parliament of South Australia to fill a casual vacancy (vice J. Ferris, died in office 2.4.07), pursuant to section 15 of the Constitution, 3.5.07; sworn in 8.5.07.

[4] Chosen by the Parliament of South Australia to fill a casual vacancy (vice A. Vanstone, resigned 26.4.07), pursuant to section 15 of the Constitution, 6.6.07; sworn in 12.6.07.

[5] Chosen by the Parliament of Tasmania to fill a casual vacancy (vice P. Calvert, resigned 29.8.07), pursuant to section 15 of the Constitution, 30.8.07; sworn in 10.9.07.

[6] Chosen by the Parliament of Tasmania to fill a casual vacancy (vice S. Mackay, resigned 29.7.05), pursuant to section 15 of the Constitution, 28.8.05; sworn in 5.9.05.

[7] Chosen by the Parliament of Victoria to fill a casual vacancy (vice R. Alston, resigned 10.2.04), pursuant to section 15 of the Constitution, 31.3.04; sworn in 1.4.04.

[8] Chosen by the Parliament of Western Australia to fill a casual vacancy (vice I. Campbell, resigned 31.5.07), pursuant to section 15 of the Constitution, 19.6.07; sworn in 20.6.07.

State and party representation in the Senate

State or Territory

AD

AG

ALP

FFP

LP

NATS/CLP

TOTAL

Australian Capital Territory

..

..

1

..

1

..

2

New South Wales

..

1

5

..

4

2

12

Northern Territory

..

..

1

..

..

1

2

Queensland

1

..

4

..

5

2

12

South Australia

1

..

5

..

6

..

12

Tasmania

..

2

4

..

6

..

12

Victoria

1

..

4

1

6

..

12

Western Australia

1

1

4

..

6

..

12

4

4

28

1

34

5

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