|Previous names:||None, but they are kind of an offspring of the CDP, and their Victorian branch has merged into the Australian Conservatives.|
||A political voice for Christian Values
When you believe in freedom and family, you vote 1 for Australian Christians
|Themes:||Christian right, though not quite as far right as some. Climate change isn’t real. Family is important. Right wing economic policy and small government, particularly when it comes to welfare.|
||Upper House: WA
Lower House: Brand, Burt, Canning, Cowan, Curtin, Fremantle, Hasluck, Moore, O’Connor, Pearce, Stirling, Swan, Tangney
|Preferences:||In the Upper House, the AC unsurprisingly favour the Australian Conservatives, followed by the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers, the Liberals, the Nationals, One Nation and Palmer United. Your basic right wing selection, with a little frisson of racism and the right to bear arms.
In the Lower House, they always put the Greens last and Labor second last, with One Nation generally scoring third billing after the Liberals or the Nationals. Sometimes the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers score better than One Nation. And apparently, they find Fraser Anning’s party less distressing than the Greens, Labor, Animal Justice or the Socialist Alliance, which tells you something unpleasant about their priorities.