The Shooters and Fishers Party has secured a seat in State's Upper House of parliament.
The NSW-based party registered in WA late last year.
The WA Electoral Commission announced today Rick Mazza, the leader of the Shooters and Fishers Party, had won a seat in the Legislative Council's Agricultural region.
Liberals Jim Chown and Brian Ellis, Nationals Paul Brown and Martin Aldridge, and Labor's Darren West won the other seats in the Upper House's Agricultural region.
The Shooters and Fishers failed to win a second Upper House spot when the Nationals Dave Grills beat John Parkes in sixth spot in the Mining and Pastoral seat.
The South West's final results confirm that Nationals President Colin Holt has scraped in in the sixth position to keep his seat.
The remainder of the seat comprises Liberals Robyn McSweeney, Barry House and Nigel Hallett and Labor's Sally Talbot and Adele Farina.
The results also confirm the end of veteran Greens MP Giz Watson's parliamentary career after a switch from North Metropolitan failed.The makeup of the South Metropolitan seat is Liberals Simon O'Brien, Nick Goiran and Phil Edman, Labor's Sue Ellery and Kate Doust and the Greens Lynn Maclaren.
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