Members of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly, 1995–1998


Members of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly, 1995–1998

This is a list of members of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly from 1995 to 1998. This was the first time the three-electorate, Hare-Clark system was used to elect members of the Assembly.

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Wayne Berry ALP Ginninderra 1989–2008
Kate Carnell Liberal Molonglo 1992–2000
Terry Connolly[3] ALP Molonglo 1989–1996
Simon Corbell[2] ALP Molonglo 1996–present
Greg Cornwell Liberal Molonglo 1992–2004
Tony De Domenico[3] Liberal Brindabella 1992–1997
Rosemary Follett[1] ALP Molonglo 1989–1996
Harold Hird Liberal Ginninderra 1995–2001
Lucy Horodny Greens Ginninderra 1995–1998
Gary Humphries Liberal Molonglo 1989–2002
Trevor Kaine Liberal Brindabella 1989–2001
Louise Littlewood[3] Liberal Brindabella 1997–1998
Roberta McRae ALP Ginninderra 1989–1998
Michael Moore Moore Independents Group Molonglo 1989–2001
Marion Reilly[1] ALP Molonglo 1996–1998
Paul Osborne Osborne Independent Group Brindabella 1995–2001
Bill Stefaniak Liberal Ginninderra 1989–1992, 1994–2008
Kerrie Tucker Greens Molonglo 1995–2004
Andrew Whitecross ALP Brindabella 1995–1998
Bill Wood ALP Brindabella 1989–2004
1 ALP member Terry Connolly resigned from the Assembly on 19 February 1996. The vacancy was filled by the ALP's Marion Reilly.
2 ALP member Rosemary Follett resigned from the Assembly on 12 December 1996. The vacancy was filled by the ALP's Simon Corbell.
3 Liberal member Tony De Domenico resigned from the Assembly on 30 January 1997. The vacancy was filled by Liberal Louise Littlewood.

See also

Preceded by
Second Assembly
Third Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly
1995–1998
Succeeded by
Fourth Assembly

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