Candidates of The Australian Federal Election, 2004 - House of Representatives - Queensland


Electorate Held By Labor Candidate Coalition Candidate Greens Candidate Democrats Candidate Family First Candidate Other Candidates
Blair Liberal Shayne Neumann Cameron Thompson (Lib) Sarai O'Reilly-Reis Neal McKenzie Priscilla Smith John Bennett (TGA)
David Chidgey (ON)
Alan Price (NCO)
Rodney Stapleton (CEC)
Bonner Labor Con Sciacca Ross Vasta (Lib) Elissa Jenkins Chad Smith Trevor Hunt Barry Myatt (ON)
William Wheeler (CEC)
Bowman Liberal Donna Webster Andrew Laming* (Lib)
Joe Ross (Nat)
Paula Nadas Robert Bromwich Mal Cayley
Brisbane Labor Arch Bevis Ingrid Tall (Lib)
Nick Withycombe (Nat)
Richard Nielsen Tracy Schrader Charles Newington J F Barnes (Ind)
Nick Contarino (CEC)
Coral Wynter (SA)
Capricornia Labor Kirsten Livermore Di Kuntschik (Lib)
John Lever (Nat)
Michael Kane Naomi Johns Alan Spackman Judy Canales (HEMP)
Larry Coleman (ON)
Bill Ingrey (CEC)
Dawson National Cherry Feeney De-Anne Kelly (Nat) Tony Fontes Archie Julien Bev Smith Lewis Arroita (ON)
Debbie Lowis (NCO)
Margaret Menzel (Ind)
Jan Pukallus (CEC)
Dickson Liberal Craig McConnell Peter Dutton (Lib) Howard Nielsen Kirsty Reye Dale Shuttleworth Terry Hyland (TGA)
Fadden Liberal Peter Eather David Jull (Lib) Willy Bach Suzanne Wilson Lyn Rees Ken Martin (CEC)
John Walter (ON)
Fairfax Liberal Ivan Molloy Alex Somlyay (Lib) David Norris Debbie Campbell Paula Hunt Patrick Rozanski (ON)
Kev Watt (CEC)
Fisher Liberal John Gray Peter Slipper (Lib) Robert Muston Craig Wilmot Ronald Hill Liz Hays (TGA)
Kevin Savage (ON)
Forde Liberal Sean Leader Kay Elson (Lib) Daniel Lloyd Anita Martin Shereen Hinds Aaron Heaps (ON)
Daniel Hope (CEC)
David Howse (-)
Griffith Labor Kevin Rudd Janelle Payne (Lib) Darryl Rosin Bruce Carnwell James Turner Lynda Hansen (SA)
Derek Rosborough (Ind)
Groom Liberal Paul King Ian Macfarlane (Lib) Karey Harrison Christoph Donges Peter Findlay Oliver Carter (CEC)
Rod Jeanneret (Ind)
Noel Wieck (TGA)
Herbert Liberal Anita Phillips Peter Lindsay (Lib) Jenny Stirling Richard Hoolihan Cathy Eaton William Brennan (ON)
Les Marsden (CEC)
Hinkler National Cheryl Dorron Paul Neville (Nat) Greg George Alison Jensen Cameron Rub Cindy Rolls (CEC)
Roy D Wells (Ind)
Tracey Zerk (Vet)
Kennedy Independent Alan Neilan James Doyle (Nat) Angela Jones Terry Hennessey Keith Douglas Bill Hankin (ON)
Judith Harris (CEC)
Bob Katter* (Ind)
Leichhardt Liberal Jim Turnour Warren Entsch (Lib) Neville St John-Wood Allen Reid Ric Lippmann Jen Sackley (Ind)
Lilley Labor Wayne Swan Alan Boulton (Lib) Sue Meehan Dawn Forsyth Brad Hill
Longman Liberal Stephen Beckett Mal Brough (Lib) Philip Kimmet Jacqueline Kennedy Tom Lew Susan Meredith (ON)
Maranoa National Shane Guley Bruce Scott (Nat) Jonathan Rihan Greg Ridge Stephen Moloney Rick Benham (NCO)
Philip Black (Ind)
Santo Ferraro (ON)
David Klingsporn (CEC)
McPherson Liberal Kellie Trigger Margaret May (Lib) Ian Latto Russell White Rob Davey Paul Lewis (ON)
Moncrieff Liberal David Parrish Steven Ciobo (Lib) Michael Beale Ros Roberts James Tayler Sandy Sanderson (CEC)
Mark Smith (ON)
Moreton Liberal Graham Perrett Gary Hardgrave (Lib) Jane Williamson Frederika Steen Terence Tam Andrew Lamb (Ind)
Barry Weedon (ON)
Oxley Labor Bernie Ripoll Daniel Smith (Lib) Kevin Brennan Nicholas Wood Robert Boyne Bill Flynn (ON)
Brian Haag (CEC)
Michael Myles (SA)
George Pugh (Ind)
Petrie Liberal Gavin Brady Teresa Gambaro (Lib) Rick Pass Terri Bell Wade Whincop
Rankin Labor Craig Emerson Mike Boyd (Nat)
Wendy Creighton (Lib)
Julian Hinton Catherine Sporle Ross Wilson Margaret Hands (ON)
Robert Meyers (CEC)
Darren Power (Ind)
Ryan Liberal Victoria Chatterjee Michael Johnson (Lib) Paul Swan Simon Ingram Percy Campbell Neville Solomon (CEC)
Wide Bay National Sean Ambrose Warren Truss (Nat) Ian Richards Darryl Weir Glen Wilson Cy d'Oliviera (Ind)
Lars Hedberg (Ind)
Wesley Robinson (ON)

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