Preferences 2013

Major party preferences: Greens, ALP, LNP. The Secular Party did not do any preference deals for this election. We decide our preferences on secular principles.

If you do not like our preferences, you can always choose your own so that your vote ultimately goes to the larger party or candidate of your choice.

The easiest way to find out about preferences for any party is at belowtheline.org.au, and we provide a quick reference for Secular Party Senate preferences for each state below.

Full details on Senate preferences are also available at the official AEC website.

The following is a list of all Secular Party preferences nationwide based on AEC registered parties. Not all parties/groups are running in all states, and there may be variations in state branches where Independents and unendorsed groups are running. Complete details are provided by the links above.

  • Secular Party of Australia
  • Australian Democrats
  • Future Party
  • Voluntary Euthanasia
  • Australian Sex Party
  • Wikileaks Party
  • Carers Alliance
  • Nick Xenophon
  • Pirate Party Australia
  • Republican Party Of Australia
  • Australian Greens
  • Liberal Democratic Party
  • Drug Law Reform Party
  • Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) Party
  • Animal Justice Party
  • Non-Custodial Parents Party (Equal Parenting) (below ALP on NSW ticket)
  • Australian Labor Party (ALP)
  • Socialist Alliance
  • Australian First Nations
  • Australian Independents
  • Socialist Equality Party
  • Bullet Train For Australia
  • Australian Stable Population Party
  • Uniting Australia Party
  • The 23 Million
  • Country Liberals (Northern Territory)
  • Stop CSG Party
  • National Party of Australia
  • Liberal Party of Australia
  • Building Australia Party
  • Senator Online
  • Palmer United Party
  • Bank Reform Party
  • Outdoor Recreation Party (Stop the Greens)
  • Katter’s Australian Party
  • Country Alliance
  • Australian Sports Party
  • Australian Fishing and Lifestyle Party
  • Australian Voice Party
  • Coke in the Bubblers
  • Australian Motoring Enthusiasts Party
  • Australian Sovereignty Party
  • Smokers Rights Party
  • Shooters and Fishers Party
  • One Nation
  • No Carbon Tax Climate Sceptics
  • Citizens Electoral Council of Australia
  • Australian Protectionist Party
  • Rise Up Australia Party
  • Australia First Party NSW
  • Democratic Labor Party (DLP) of Australia
  • Family First Party
  • Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group)
  • Australian Christians

In the House of Representatives electorates that we are contesting, the ranking on our How to Vote cards may differ from the above ranking for minor parties. This is to facilitate filling out the ballot papers only.

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