Candidates behind the ban
Candidates for the 2019 Australian federal election are joining their parliamentary colleagues in declaring support for Australia to sign and ratify the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
If elected, candidates that “pre-pledge” will be listed as signatories to the Parliamentary Pledge (see text below). The following list of supportive candidates does not include incumbents, who are listed here.
Candidates that support the nuclear weapon ban treaty:Chad Anderson Independent candidate for Leichhardt, QLD Luke Arthur Greens candidate for Chisholm, VIC Jack Ayoub Labor candidate for Parkes, NSW Tim Ayres Labor Senate candidate for NSW Jason Ball Greens candidate for Higgins, VIC Andrew Bartlett Greens candidate for Brisbane, QLD Tom Baster Labor candidate for Bowman, QLD Barbara Bell Greens candidate for Bonner, QLD Tracey Bell Labor candidate for Moncrieff, QLD Karin Bolton Labor candidate for Grey, SA Paul Boundy Greens candidate for Sturt, SA Anne Bourne Greens candidate for Mayo, SA Bill Brindle Labor candidate for Casey, VIC Andrea Broadfoot Centre Alliance candidate for Grey, SA Josh Burns Labor candidate for Macnamara, VIC Julian Burnside Greens candidate for Kooyong, VIC Andrew Castrique Australian Democrats Senate candidate for SA Nadia Clancy Labor candidate for Boothby, SA Libby Coker Labor candidate for Corangamite, VIC Damien Cole Independent candidate for Corangamite, VIC David Collyer Australian Democrats Senate candidate for VIC Benedict Coyne Greens candidate for Dickson, QLD Peter Cossar Labor candidate for Ryan, QLD Liberty Cramer Greens candidate for Swan, WA Simon Curtis Labor candidate for La Trobe, VIC Emma Davidson Greens Senate candidate for the ACT Patrick Deegan Labor candidate for Page, NSW Kieran Drabsch Labor candidate for Farrer, NSW Kamala Emanuel Socialist Alliance candidate for Brisbane, QLD Katy Gallagher Labor Senate candidate for the ACT Chris Gambian Labor candidate for Banks, NSW Kristyn Glanville Greens candidate for Warringah, NSW Jess Gonsalvez Greens candidate for Hotham, VIC Helen Haines Independent candidate for Indi, VIC Des Hardman Labor candidate for Forde, QLD Dean Harris Labor candidate for Warringah, NSW Belinda Hassan Labor candidate for Dawson, QLD Chris Haviland Labor candidate for Bradfield. NSW Tim Hollo Greens candidate for Canberra, ACT Steph Hodgins-May Greens candidate for Macnamara, VIC Antoinette Holm Labor candidate for Gippsland, VIC Charles Jago Greens candidate for Reid, NSW Mark Jeffreson Labor candidate for Riverina, NSW Eric Kerr Labor candidate for Indi, VIC Penny Kyburz Greens Senate candidate for the ACT Bill Lodwick Labor candidate for Nicholls, VIC John MacKenzie Greens candidate for Newcastle, NSW Ben McGregor Labor candidate for Clark, TAS Fiona McLeod Labor candidate for Higgins, VIC Rob Meecham Labor candidate for Curtin, WA Lee-Anne Miles Greens candidate for Hasluck, WA Jason Modica Independent candidate for Mallee, VIC Peta Murphy Labor candidate for Dunkley, VIC Paul Newbury Labor candidate for Brisbane, QLD Simon Northeast Greens candidate for Corangamite, VIC Jessica O’Donnell Labor candidate for Monash, VIC Daniel Parsell Labor candidate for Fisher, QLD Alicia Payne Labor candidate for Canberra, ACT Kadira Pethiyagoda Labor candidate for Aston, VIC Fiona Phillips Labor candidate for Gilmore, NSW Adam Pulford Greens candidate for Wills, VIC David Risstrom Greens candidate for Cooper, VIC Nicole Rowan Greens candidate for Mallee, VIC Stef Rozitis Greens candidate for Boothby, SA Kim Samiotis Greens candidate for Isaacs, VIC Aaron Santelises Labor candidate for McPherson, QLD John Short Labor candidate for the Senate, TAS Grant Shultz Independent candidate for Gilmore, NSW Joshua Sinclair Labor candidate for Flinders, VIC Declan Steele Labor candidate for Mackeller, NSW Jana Stewart Labor candidate for Kooyong, VIC Kate Thwaites Labor candidate for Jagajaga, VIC Kim Travers Labor candidate for Pearce, WA Sam Wainwright Socialist Alliance candidate for Fremantle, WA Nancy Waites Labor Senate candidate for the ACT Giz Watson Greens Senate Candidate for WA James Williams Greens candidate for Maribyrnong, VIC Andrew Woodward Labor candidate for Cowper, NSW Jennifer Yang Labor candidate for Chisholm, VIC Oliver Yates Independent candidate for Kooyong, VIC If you are a candidate for the 2019 federal election you may “pre-pledge” by emailing email@example.com.
Incumbents that support the nuclear weapon ban treaty:Anthony Albanese MP Anne Aly MP Adam Bandt MP Julia Banks MP Senator Catryna Bilyk Sharon Bird MP Chris Bowen MP Senator Carol Brown Tony Burke MP Linda Burney MP Mark Butler MP Terri Butler MP Anthony Byrne MP Senator Kim Carr Nick Champion MP Lisa Chesters MP Senator Anthony Chisholm Sharon Claydon MP Senator Jacinta Collins Julie Collins MP Pat Conroy MP Senator Richard Di Natale Senator Patrick Dodson Mark Dreyfus MP Justine Elliot MP Warren Entsch MP Senator Mehreen Faruqi Joel Fitzgibbon MP Mike Freelander MP Steve Georganas MP Andrew Giles MP Patrick Gorman MP Senator Stirling Griff Senator Sarah Hanson-Young Ross Hart MP Chris Hayes MP Julian Hill MP Ed Husic MP Stephen Jones MP Ged Kearney MP Justine Keay MP Mike Kelly MP Senator Kristina Keneally Matt Keogh MP Senator Chris Ketter Peter Khalil MP Catherine King MP Susan Lamb MP Senator Sue Lines Senator Gavin Marshall Senator Jenny McAllister Emma McBride MP Senator Malarndirri McCarthy Senator Nick McKim Brian Mitchell MP Rob Mitchell MP Brendan O’Connor MP Ken O’Dowd MP Clare O’Neil MP Cathy O’Toole MP Julie Owens MP Graham Perrett MP Tanya Plibersek MP Senator Helen Polley Senator Louise Pratt Senator Janet Rice Michelle Rowland MP Joanne Ryan MP Rebekha Sharkie MP Senator Rachel Siewert Senator Lisa Singh Senator David Smith Warren Snowdon MP Anne Stanley MP Senator Jordon Steele-John Senator Tim Storer Susan Templeman MP Matt Thistlethwaite MP Senator Anne Urquhart Maria Vamvakinou MP Senator Larissa Waters Senator Murray Watt Senator Peter Whish-Wilson Andrew Wilkie MP Josh Wilson MP Tony Zappia MP
Pledge for the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
warmly welcome the adoption of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons on 7 July 2017 as a significant step towards the realization of a nuclear-weapon-free world.
We share the deep concern expressed in the preamble about the catastrophic humanitarian consequences that would result from any use of nuclear weapons and we recognize the consequent need to eliminate these inhumane and abhorrent weapons.
As parliamentarians, we pledge to work for the signature and ratification of this landmark treaty by our respective countries, as we consider the abolition of nuclear weapons to be a global public good of the highest order and an essential step to promote the security and well-being of all peoples.