Who voted yes, who voted no and who abstained

The Senate votes on the Marriage Amendment Bill, at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday 29 November 2017. fedpol Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Leader of the Opposition in the Senate Penny Wong, Attorney-General George Brandis and Senator Dean Smith celebrate as the Marriage Amendment Bill goes through the Senate, at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday 29 November 2017. fedpol Photo: Alex Ellinghausen
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A bill to legalise same-sex marriage passed the Senate on Wednesday in a historic moment in n politics. Here’s how senators voted:

YES VOTERS

Liberals/NationalsSimon BirminghamGeorge BrandisDavid BushbyMathias CormannJonathon DuniamMitch FifieldIan ???MacdonaldNigel ScullionAnne RustonJames PatersonJane HumeMarise PayneLinda ReynoldsScott RyanDean Smith

LaborCarol BrownCatryna BilykDoug CameronKim CarrAnthony ChisholmKimberley Kitching???Sue LinesJenny McAllisterMalarndirri McCarthyClaire MooreLouise PrattLisa SinghAnne UrquhartMurray WattPenny Wong

GreensAndrew BartlettRichard Di NataleSarah Hanson-YoungNick McKim???Lee RhiannonJanet RiceJordon Steele-JohnRachel SiewertPeter Whish-Wilson

Crossbench???Stirling GriffRex PatrickDavid Leyonhjelm???Derryn Hinch

NO VOTERS

LaborChris KetterHelen Polley

Liberals/NationalsConcetta Fierravanti-WellsEric AbetzSlade BrockmanJohn WilliamsMatt CanavanBarry O’Sullivan

CrossbenchLucy GichuhiFraser AnningCory BernardiBrian Burston

DID NOT VOTE

Liberals/NationalsMichaelia Cash (abstained)David Fawcett (abstained)James McGrath (abstained)Zed Seselja (abstained)???Arthur Sinodinos (on leave)Bridget McKenzie (abstained)

LaborJacinta Collins (paired)Sam Dastyari (attending funeral)Pat Dodson (leave)Don Farrell (attending funeral)Alex GallacherKaty Gallagher (leave)Gavin Marshall (overseas)Deb O’Neill (abstain)Glenn Sterle

CrossbenchPauline Hanson (abstained)Peter Georgiou (abstained)

The Senate votes on the Marriage Amendment Bill, at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday 29 November 2017. fedpol Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Leader of the Opposition in the Senate Penny Wong, Attorney-General George Brandis and Senator Dean Smith celebrate as the Marriage Amendment Bill goes through the Senate, at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday 29 November 2017. fedpol Photo: Alex Ellinghausen
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A bill to legalise same-sex marriage passed the Senate on Wednesday in a historic moment in n politics. Here’s how senators voted:

YES VOTERS

Liberals/NationalsSimon BirminghamGeorge BrandisDavid BushbyMathias CormannJonathon DuniamMitch FifieldIan ???MacdonaldNigel ScullionAnne RustonJames PatersonJane HumeMarise PayneLinda ReynoldsScott RyanDean Smith

LaborCarol BrownCatryna BilykDoug CameronKim CarrAnthony ChisholmKimberley Kitching???Sue LinesJenny McAllisterMalarndirri McCarthyClaire MooreLouise PrattLisa SinghAnne UrquhartMurray WattPenny Wong

GreensAndrew BartlettRichard Di NataleSarah Hanson-YoungNick McKim???Lee RhiannonJanet RiceJordon Steele-JohnRachel SiewertPeter Whish-Wilson

Crossbench???Stirling GriffRex PatrickDavid Leyonhjelm???Derryn Hinch

NO VOTERS

LaborChris KetterHelen Polley

Liberals/NationalsConcetta Fierravanti-WellsEric AbetzSlade BrockmanJohn WilliamsMatt CanavanBarry O’Sullivan

CrossbenchLucy GichuhiFraser AnningCory BernardiBrian Burston

DID NOT VOTE

Liberals/NationalsMichaelia Cash (abstained)David Fawcett (abstained)James McGrath (abstained)Zed Seselja (abstained)???Arthur Sinodinos (on leave)Bridget McKenzie (abstained)

LaborJacinta Collins (paired)Sam Dastyari (attending funeral)Pat Dodson (leave)Don Farrell (attending funeral)Alex GallacherKaty Gallagher (leave)Gavin Marshall (overseas)Deb O’Neill (abstain)Glenn Sterle

CrossbenchPauline Hanson (abstained)Peter Georgiou (abstained)