- Murray Cowper
Murray Cowper Incumbent Assumed office
26 February 2005
Constituency Murray-Wellington Personal details Born 25 October 1960
Perth, Western Australia
Nationality Australian Political party Liberal Party of Australia Spouse(s) Kathleen Cowper
He was born on 25 October 1960 in South Perth. He joined the Western Australian Police in 1978, and served as a police officer in Broome, Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek, Dampier, Denmark and Australind. Along the way he achieved a Diploma in Search and Rescue, and a Diploma of Business Management, and ran a business with his wife.
He was elected to the seat of Murray at the 2005 election, succeeding John Bradshaw. The seat was renamed Murray-Wellington at the 2008 election. He was appointed to the Barnett Ministry as a parliamentary secretary.
Current members of the Cabinet of Western AustraliaColin Barnett • Kim Hames • Norman Moore • Brendon Grylls • Christian Porter • Elizabeth Constable • Simon O'Brien • Rob Johnson • Terry Waldron • John Day • Peter Collier • Troy Buswell • Robyn McSweeney • John Castrilli • Terry Redman • Bill Marmion • Helen Morton • Murray Cowper • Wendy Duncan • Donna Faragher • Liza Harvey • Michael Mischin • Tony Simpson Current Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly Liberal (24)Peter Abetz · Frank Alban · Colin Barnett · Ian Blayney · Ian Britza · Troy Buswell · John Castrilli · Murray Cowper · John Day · Joe Francis · Kim Hames · Liza Harvey · Albert Jacob · Graham Jacobs · Rob Johnson · Tony Krsticevic · John McGrath · Bill Marmion · Paul Miles · Andrea Mitchell · Mike Nahan · Christian Porter · Tony Simpson · Michael Sutherland Labor (26)Lisa Baker · Tony Buti · Roger Cook · Janine Freeman · John Hyde · Bill Johnston · John Kobelke · Fran Logan · Mark McGowan · Carol Martin · Mick Murray · Tony O'Gorman · Paul Papalia · John Quigley · Margaret Quirk · Eric Ripper · Michelle Roberts · Rita Saffioti · Tom Stephens · Chris Tallentire · David Templeman · Peter Tinley · Andrew Waddell · Peter Watson · Martin Whitely · Ben Wyatt Nationals WA (5) Independents (4)
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