Instructions – Senate Voting

There are two documents, the first one is entitled:

  1. Your Senate Candidate – How to Vote Card
    and the second is entitled:
  2. Master Number Card.

When you get your copy of the Senate Ballot, go through and put the Globalists at the very bottom of the list, along with “Dodgy Independents” that is, put Coalition members with the exception of those who supported Pauline Hanson’s Private Members’ Bill on Involuntary Vaccination at the bottom of the ballot.

Those brave Senators who crossed the floor should go at the top of your ballot. (When I get the scanned copies of the
Senate ballots for each State and Territory, I will forward them, so that people know in advance which candidates are on the ballots for each State and Territory and you can then make an informed decision as to whether a Candidate should get your support or not.)

NOTE: I Postal Vote, which gives me the ballot papers about a week prior to the election and enables me to decide who to support and who to punish. Consider becoming a Postal Voter. See the document “Postal Voting Information for Online Group“, which tells you about your eligibility and how to claim a right to a Postal Vote lawfully.
(I have attached this to the end of this document!)

Put those parties opposed to involuntary vaccination at the top of your Senate ballot.

There are 9 parties who oppose this:

Australia One
United Australia Party
Pauline Hanson’s One Nation
Great Australian Party
Australian Federation Party
Informed Medical Options Party
Liberal Democrats
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party
Health Australia Party

Put these candidates at the top of your ballot.

The second document, that is the Master Number Card is for your use to prevent you from mistakenly assigning the SAME number to two candidates or missing out a number altogether, which will render your vote invalid.
When you assign a number to a Candidate – cross the number off the list.

Another good idea is to get a friend or family member to proofread your choices.
When you’re sure and only when you’re sure, write them on the ballot in pencil, check them again against your “Senate How to Vote Card” and then and only then, write them on the ballot itself in ink.

Number You Assigned
on Ballot
Name of CandidateParty
36Brollo, DarrenAnimal Justice
37Power, JulieAnimal Justice
48Keen, SteveTNL
49Green, MelissaTNL
25Liu, KingsleyCitizens Party
26Lawler, AnnCitizens Party
39Lamb, GeorgiaSustainable Australia
38De Vive, SuzanneSustainable Australia
70Shoebridge, DavidGreens
71Cohn, AmandaGreens
72Flood, RochelleGreens
73Scott, JaneGreens
74Arya, HawaGreens
75Wheeler, DanielleGreens
54Boddy, MaxSocialist Equality Party
55Grenfell, OscarSocialist Equality Party
69Payne, MariseLiberals & Nationals
68Cadell, RossLiberals & Nationals
67Molan, JimLiberals & Nationals
66Penfold, Alison LouiseLiberals & Nationals
65Jarvis, Mary-LouLiberals & Nationals
64McGahey, VickyLiberals & Nationals
45Caro, JaneReason Australia
42Maher, Hannah KateReason Australia
29Ryall, DianaReason Australia
51Sanchez, PaulaSocialist Alliance
52Leka, NikoSocialist Alliance
53Evans, RachelSocialist Alliance
35Jones, RossFIN
34Anderson, GabrielleFIN
56Baty, Steven JamesAustralian Democrats
57Rogers, SuzanneAustralian Democrats
58Richards, Craig EdwardAustralian Democrats
27Whyman, Owen DouglasIndigenous
28Brooke, Lawrence JohnIndigenous
18Djuric, ShaneShooters, Fisher Farmers
19Gregory, DesireeShooters, Fisher Farmers
20Milgate, BrianShooters, Fisher Farmers
21Crooks, JeremyShooters, Fisher Farmers
32Kocher, DessieSeniors United Party
33Bennie, RaySeniors United Party
16O’Neill, MichaelIMOP
17Burnum BurnumIMOP
8Hopkins, MatthewGreat Australian Party
9Nohra, GeorgeGreat Australian Party
46Balderstone, MichaelLegalise Cannabis
47Hester, GailLegalise Cannabis
40Leong, AndreaFusion
41Bryce, Ian RFusion
1McCulloch, KateOne Nation
2Grigg, ColinOne Nation
3Smith, RogerOne Nation
4Ruddick, JohnLiberal Democrats
5Larter, JohnLiberal Democrats
6Caldwell, James ArthurLiberal Democrats
7Guest, Mark AntonyLiberal Democrats
43Clancy, SelenaAustralian Values
44Gilbert, DaveAustralian Values
50O’Neill, DeborahLabor
63McAllister, JennyLabor
62Morris, ShireenLabor
61Myers, Mich-Elle ElizabethLabor
60Rose, Kylie AnneLabor
59Warren-Smith, JamesLabor
10Martino, Domenic VincentUnited Australia Party
11Wrightson, SuellenUnited Australia Party
12Moore, Wayne LeslieUnited Australia Party
13Martin, MichelleUnited Australia Party
14Yap, JohnnyUnited Australia Party
15Loughrey, Kevin AndrewUnited Australia Party
23Lim, DannyUngrouped
30Collins, JulieUngrouped
31Crzic, WarrenUngrouped
24Lu, GuitangUngrouped
22Laing, WilliamUngrouped


You are eligible to register as a general postal voter if you are already on the electoral roll and you are unable to attend a polling place because you are:

  • enrolled at an address more than 20 km away from a polling place
  • a patient at a hospital or nursing home and unable to travel to a polling place
  • unable to travel due to being infirm at home
  • caring for a seriously ill or infirm person
  • serving a prison sentence of less than 3 years
  • registered as a silent elector
  • unable to attend a polling place due to religious beliefs
  • unable to sign your name due to a physical incapacity
  • registered as an overseas elector
  • a member of the defence force, or a defence civilian serving outside Australia
  • an Australian Federal Police officer or staff member serving outside Australia.

The least onerous of these are religious beliefs. In order to protect yourselves against any allegations that you have no religious beliefs that prevent you from voting, I have attached some information to this document, which I urge you to read before the election, as it will found your religious objection to voting on Saturday as well as to provide a defence against charges that you have sworn a false statement under the Australian Electoral legislation.

Please read these quotes carefully and keep them in a safe place in case you need them!

  1. The transference of solemnity from the Biblical Sabbath of Saturday to Sunday was affected by the Catholic Church in the Council of Laodicea (AD 364) Convert’s Catechism of Catholic Doctrine p. 50 (Third Edition).
  2. The Catholic Cardinal Gibbens, in Faith of Our Fathers, on page 111, said, “You may read the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, and you will not find a single line authorizing the sanctification of Sunday. The Scriptures enforce the religious observance of Saturday, a day which we never sanctify.”
  3. The Council of Trent (1545 AD): Church leaders ruled that “tradition” is of as greater authority as the Bible, that is, they ruled that God had given them the authority to change the Bible as they pleased.
  4. It was ruled that worshipping on a Sunday was acceptable because Jesus rose from the dead on a Sunday, despite the fact that there is not a single verse in the Bible that tells us to do this.
  5. The fourth commandment says “Remember the Sabbath Day and keep it holy. Six days shall ye labour, and do all thy work: But on the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God: in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor they maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates: For six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the Lord blessed the sabbath day and hallowed it.”

As you will no doubt see the Bible is very clear on which day constitutes the Sabbath. Those who keep the Biblical Sabbath are the Jews, the Seventh Day Adventists and the Seventh Day Baptists. If anyone asks you for proof that you are a member of any religious organisation – you can cite the fact that the Seventh Day Adventist Church only allows the double vaccinated into her congregation.

Master Number Card – When you assign a number to a Candidate – Cross it Off


NSW Senate Ballot