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Members Of The Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1970–1973
... This is a list of members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 1970 to 1973, as elected at the 1970 state election Name Party Electorate Term in office Derek Amos Labor Morwell 1970–1981 Tom Austin Liberal ... Liberal candidate and former East Yarra Province MLC Rupert Hamer won the resulting by-election on 17 April 1971. 2 In October 1971, the Liberal member for Gisborne, Julian Doyle, resigned ...
Members Of The Tasmanian House Of Assembly, 1998–2002
... This is a list of members of the Tasmanian House of Assembly, elected at the 1998 state election Name Party Electorate Years in office Hon Jim Bacon Labor Denison 1996–2004 Ken. 2 Liberal member Ray Groom resigned on 9 August 2001. 3 Liberal member Peter Hodgman resigned in 2001 ...
Members Of The Tasmanian House Of Assembly, 1900–1903 - Notes
... 1 On 17 April 1900, Liberal member for Hobart, Edward Miles, resigned ... Liberal candidate Herbert Nicholls won the resulting by-election on 15 May 1900. 2 On 14 November 1900, Ministerial member for Hobart, John Bradley, died ...
37th National Assembly Of Quebec
... were distributed as follows Affiliation Members Female Members Parti libéral du Québec 22 ... Parti Québécois 15 ... Action démocratique du Québec 1 ... Independent 0 ... Vacant 2 - Total ... Liberal member Russell Williams (Nelligan) resigned on March 9, 2004 ... Liberal member Marc Bellemare (Vanier) resigned on April 28, 2004 ...

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