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The Seniors United Party of Australia is an Australian political party registered with the Australian Electoral Commission. It was known as Seniors United NSW until 3 March 2016. The party was founded by Ray Morritt, Nick Agnew, Frank Fitzpatrick and Neil Smith who were dissatisfied with the NSW Government's legislation on retirement villages and other seniors issues.
The party's first three candidates were in the 2016 federal election to represent New South Wales in the Australian Senate. The candidates were Gillian Evans, Kerry Koliadis and Chris Osborne. Evans was ranked as the 26th candidate out of 151 and the party ranked 17th out of 41 groups on the New South Wales Senate ballot paper, counting only first preferences.
On 7 February 2018, the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) issued a notice that it was considering deregistering the party on the grounds that it had ceased to have at least 500 members. In May 2018 the AEC approved the party to continue its registration after the party requested and was granted a 2nd membership review which it passed.
In October 2018 the party merged with the Pensioners, Veterans & Seniors Party.