The Palmer United Party is asking the Court of Disputed Returns to uphold the original result in Western Australia's Senate election.
The Electoral Commission has asked the Court to declare the Senate election void after 1,370 ballot papers could not be found during a recount.
While Labor and The Palmer United Party won the last two seats in the first count, The Greens and The Sports Party were declared winners after the recount.
"Why should you be put to the trouble and cost and the expense of having to contest another election because the AEC is incompetent or dishonest?" he said.
"Why should the community have to go through that again and why should the government be forced to spend a lot of money just to deny our candidates the opportunity, which they won in a free and fair election, to represent Western Australia?
"Democracy demands that we count all the votes so we get a free and fair election, that's pretty clear and it's universally accepted, that the recount was not a proper count."
Mr Palmer says he is missing a day of Federal Parliament because the WA Senate election is a matter of national importance.