(Labor will be on 14 if it comes from behind to win the final seat in Queensland.). Party Representation: AG 9, ALP 26, CA 1, IND 1, JLN 1, LP 31, NATS/CLP/ 5, PHON 2. Click me! Those marked with an asterisk (*) have entered the Senate by either re-count or casual vacancy, have changed party since 2016, or have had the length of their term altered following re-counts. Control of the US Senate is on the ballot, with 33 Senate seats up for grabs across the country in 2020. In addition, polling suggests that Democratic nominee Joe Biden looks well positioned to defeat President Donald Trump. The forecast updates at least once a day and whenever we get a new poll. Use the above links for separate pages with details for the Senate contest in each state. Due to COVID-19 Parliament House has limited public access. Collins trails her Democrat challenger by an average of more than 6 percentage points. Subscriber Most Australian elections are held in the period from September to December, and every first half of the year election since 1945 has either been a double dissolution election or the result of an earlier double dissolution. The election had been called following the dissolution of the 45th Parliament as elected at the 2016 double dissolution federal election. If Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden wins the presidency and Democrats gain just three seats, vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris would cast tie-breaking votes, giving Democrats narrow control of the Senate. Late year elections usually produce overlaps of six to nine months. The chart below shows the seats that are not up for election, under the "Continuing" column, along with those each party has won and is likely to win, according to the ABC elections computer. The 2019 Australian federal election was held on Saturday 18 May 2019 to elect members of the 46th Parliament of Australia. Details of changes to Senate membership since 2016 can be found on individual Senate contest pages. To continue reading login or create an account. To make a comment or suggest a change to the election site, please contact us. A national survey conducted by NBC News and The Wall Street Journal following the first presidential debate last Tuesday showed that Trump's support had fallen to just 39 percent. Republicans, comparatively, have only a 31 percent chance. Senators underlined are not contesting re-election. Is this America's answer to the democracy sausage? Note: The party composition in the table below reflects changes in party membership since the 2016 election. The Greens went into the election with nine members, three continuing and six facing re-election.