See how much parties and candidates spent on advertising and how much candidates got in donations for the 2014 General Election. Some promoters also had to send us returns of their expenses.
See party expenses and donations
A registered party could spend up to $1,091,000 on election advertising if they contested the party vote, plus $25,700 for each electorate the party contested by standing a candidate.
See party expenses for the 2014 General Election
We allocated money to registered parties to spend on broadcast advertising and allocated time for their opening and closing addresses.
See the broadcasting allocation for the 2014 General Election
Registered parties must also file a return of their donations and loans every year.
See party donations and loans for 2014
See candidate expenses and donations
Candidate returns include donations, anonymous donations, overseas donations, and election expenses for advertising.
See candidate expenses and donations for the 2014 General Election
See promoter expenses
A promoter had to register with us if it spent, or intended to spend, over $12,300 on election advertising during the 3 months before election day.
See the register of promoters for the 2014 General Election
Registered promoters that spent more than $100,000 on election advertising had to send us a return of their expenses.