Members of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly, 2008–2012


Members of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly, 2008–2012

This is a list of members of the seventh Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly, as elected at and subsequent to the 18 October 2008 election.

Name Party Electorate First elected
Andrew Barr ALP Molonglo 2006
Amanda Bresnan Green Brindabella 2008
Joy Burch ALP Brindabella 2008
Chris Bourke ALP Ginninderra 2011[1]
Alistair Coe Liberal Ginninderra 2008
Simon Corbell ALP Molonglo 1996
Steve Doszpot Liberal Brindabella 2008
Vicki Dunne Liberal Ginninderra 2001
Katy Gallagher ALP Molonglo 2001
Jeremy Hanson Liberal Molonglo 2008
John Hargreaves ALP Brindabella 1998
Meredith Hunter Green Ginninderra 2008
Caroline Le Couteur Green Molonglo 2008
Mary Porter ALP Ginninderra 2004
Shane Rattenbury Green Molonglo 2008
Zed Seselja Liberal Molonglo 2004
Brendan Smyth Liberal Brindabella 1998
Jon Stanhope[1] ALP Ginninderra 1998 (retired 2011)

Notes

1 On 16 May 2011, Labor member for Ginninderra and former Chief Minister, Jon Stanhope, resigned. Chris Bourke was elected by countback on 1 June 2011 to fill the casual vacancy.[1]

See also

References

Preceded by
Sixth Assembly
Seventh Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly
2008–2012
Succeeded by
Incumbent

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