Family First Party
Although officially secular, many members and candidates are from conservative Christian backgrounds. Family First co-founder, Pastor Andrew Evans, was the General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God in Australia for twenty years, and numerous candidates have been from this denomination.
At the 2007 federal election, Family First received approximately 1.65 per cent of the primary vote in the Senate and 1.99 per cent in the House of Representatives. For the 2010 federal election, these figures increased to 2.10 per cent and 2.25 per cent respectively.