John McGrath (Australian politician)


John McGrath (Australian politician)

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name = John McGrath


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birth_date = June 17, 1947
birth_place = Fremantle
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occupation = MLA former journalist
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nationality = Australian
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John Edwin McGrath is a current Liberal Party MP in the state of Western Australia. He is the current Member for South Perth.

He was elected to Parliament in 2005, after Phillip Pendal retired his seat.

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