Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, 2008–2012


Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, 2008–2012

This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 2008 to 2012.

Name Party District Years in office
Peter Abetz Liberal Southern River 2008–present
Frank Alban Liberal Swan Hills 2008–present
Lisa Baker Labor Maylands 2008–present
Hon Colin Barnett Liberal Cottesloe 1990–present
Ian Blayney Liberal Geraldton 2008–present
John Bowler Independent Kalgoorlie 2001–present
Ian Britza Liberal Morley 2008–present
Hon Troy Buswell Liberal Vasse 2005–present
Tony Buti [6] Labor Armadale 2010–present
Adele Carles [2][5] Greens WA/Independent Fremantle 2009–present
Hon Alan Carpenter [4] Labor Willagee 1996–2009
Hon John Castrilli Liberal Bunbury 2005–present
Vince Catania Labor/National[3] North West 2008–present
Hon Dr Elizabeth Constable[1] Independent Churchlands 1991–present
Roger Cook Labor Kwinana 2008–present
Murray Cowper Liberal Murray-Wellington 2005–present
Hon John Day Liberal Kalamunda 1993–present
Joe Francis Liberal Jandakot 2008–present
Janine Freeman Labor Nollamara 2008–present
Hon Brendon Grylls National Central Wheatbelt 2001–present
Hon Dr Kim Hames Liberal Dawesville 1993–2001; 2005–present
Liza Harvey Liberal Scarborough 2008–present
John Hyde Labor Perth 2001–present
Albert Jacob Liberal Ocean Reef 2008–present
Hon Dr Graham Jacobs Liberal Eyre 2005–present
Hon Rob Johnson Liberal Hillarys 1993–present
Bill Johnston Labor Cannington 2008–present
Hon John Kobelke Labor Balcatta 1989–present
Tony Krsticevic Liberal Carine 2008–present
Fran Logan Labor Cockburn 2001–present
Hon Jim McGinty[2] Labor Fremantle 1990–2009
Hon Mark McGowan Labor Rockingham 1996–present
John McGrath Liberal South Perth 2005–present
Hon Alannah MacTiernan [6] Labor Armadale 1996–2010
Bill Marmion Liberal Nedlands 2008–present
Carol Martin Labor Kimberley 2001–present
Paul Miles Liberal Wanneroo 2008–present
Andrea Mitchell Liberal Kingsley 2008–present
Mick Murray Labor Collie-Preston 2001–present
Mike Nahan Liberal Riverton 2008–present
Tony O'Gorman Labor Joondalup 2001–present
Paul Papalia Labor Warnbro 2007–present
Hon Christian Porter Liberal Bateman 2008–present
John Quigley Labor Mindarie 2001–present
Margaret Quirk Labor Girrawheen 2001–present
Hon Terry Redman National Blackwood-Stirling 2005–present
Hon Eric Ripper Labor Belmont 1988–present
Hon Michelle Roberts Labor Midland 1994–present
Rita Saffioti Labor West Swan 2008–present
Tony Simpson Liberal Darling Range 2005–present
Tom Stephens Labor Pilbara 2005–present
Michael Sutherland Liberal Mount Lawley 2008–present
Chris Tallentire Labor Gosnells 2008–present
David Templeman Labor Mandurah 2001–present
Peter Tinley [4] Labor Willagee 2009–present
Andrew Waddell Labor Forrestfield 2008–present
Hon Terry Waldron National Wagin 2001–present
Peter Watson Labor Albany 2001–present
Martin Whitely Labor Bassendean 2001–present
Grant Woodhams National Moore 2005–present
Dr Janet Woollard Independent Alfred Cove 2001–present
Ben Wyatt Labor Victoria Park 2006–present

Notes

1 Though Dr Elizabeth Constable was elected as an independent, she joined Colin Barnett's Liberal government as Minister for Education on 23 September 2008. Despite this, she continued to sit in the Assembly as an independent.
2 On 3 April 2009, Labor member for Fremantle and former Attorney-General Jim McGinty resigned. Greens candidate Adele Carles won the resulting by-election on 16 May 2009.
3 On 20 July 2009, Vince Catania, the member for North West, left the Labor Party and joined the Nationals.
4 On 2 October 2009, Labor member for Willagee and former Premier Alan Carpenter resigned. Labor candidate Peter Tinley won the resulting by-election on 28 November 2009.
5 On 6 May 2010, Adele Carles, the member for Fremantle, left the Greens to serve out her term as an Independent.
6 On 19 July 2010, Labor member for Armadale Alannah MacTiernan resigned to run for the federal seat of Canning. Labor candidate Tony Buti won the resulting by-election on 2 October 2010.
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