- Division of Lyons (state)
The Electoral Division of Lyons, Tasmania is one of the 5 electorates in the Tasmanian House of Assembly, the lower house. The division is named after Joseph Lyons, Prime Minister of Australia 1931–39, Premier of Tasmania from 1923–1928 and his wife Dame Enid Lyons, the first woman elected to the Australian House of Representatives in 1943 and subsequently the first female member of Cabinet (1949–51). The electorate shares the boundaries of the Federal Division of Lyons. Lyons is the largest electorate in Tasmania and includes the Northern Suburbs of Hobart, the seaside resorts of St. Helens, Swansea and Bicheno, and the rural villages of Campbell Town, Longford, Evandale and Bothwell. At each state election; five members are elected to Lyons through preference voting. Lyons is the largest in area of the Tasmanian Electoral Divisions, measuring 33,212km2.
- Michael Polley – Labor
- Rebecca White – Labor
- Rene Hidding – Liberal
- Mark Shelton – Liberal
- Tim Morris – Green
Members for Lyons and Wilmot
Year Member Party Member Party Member Party Member Party Member Party Member Party Member Party 1909 Walter Lee Anti-Socialist John Hope Anti-Socialist Joseph Lyons Labor Richard Field Anti-Socialist Jonathan Best Anti-Socialist Jens Jensen Labor 1910 Edward Mulcahy Anti-Socialist 1911 Herbert Hays Anti-Socialist 1912 Liberal Liberal Michael O'Keefe Labor Norman Cameron Liberal Liberal 1913 Jonathan Best Liberal 1913 Ernest Blyth Liberal 1917 Nationalist Nationalist Nationalist Nationalist 1919 William Connell Nationalist 1919 George Pullen Nationalist 1922 Liberal Neil Campbell Nationalist Country Albert Bendall Country 1925 Nationalist Nationalist Nationalist 1925 William Shoobridge Labor Norman Cameron Independent 1926 John Palamountain Labor 1928 Eric Ogilvie Labor Jens Jensen Labor Percy Best Nationalist 1929 William Shoobridge Labor 1931 Alfred Burbury Nationalist Llewellyn Atkinson Nationalist 1934 George Becker Independent David O'Keefe Labor Donald K. Cameron Nationalist 1937 Labor Francis Foster Nationalist 1940 William Taylor Labor 1941 Lancelot Spurr Labor 1941 Ernest West Labor 1943 Peter Pike Labor 1946 Angus Bethune Liberal Liberal Robert Robertson Liberal Roy Fagan Labor 1949 Douglas Cashion Labor 1950 Charles Best Liberal 1955 Amelia Best Liberal 1956 Bert Bessell Liberal Arthur Fisher Labor 1958 Amelia Best Liberal 1959 William McNeil Labor 1959 Bob Ingamells Liberal Thomas McDonald Labor 1964 William Anderson Labor 1969 Ian Braid Liberal 1972 Andrew Lohrey Labor Michael Polley Labor Darrel Baldock Labor 1974 Charles Batt Labor 1975 Ian Braid Liberal 1976 Graeme Page Liberal Robin Gray Liberal Terry Aulich Labor 1982 Stephen Salter Liberal 1986 David Llewellyn Labor Bob Mainwaring Liberal 1987 Chris Batt Labor 1989 The Duke of Avram Liberal Christine Milne Greens 1992 Bob Mainwaring Liberal 1995 Denise Swan Liberal 1996 Lara Giddings Labor Rene Hidding Liberal 1998 Ken Bacon Labor 2002 Tim Morris Greens 2005 Heather Butler Labor 2010 Mark Shelton Liberal Rebecca White Labor
- Current Members of the Tasmanian House of Assembly
- Federal Division of Lyons
- List of Past Members of the Tasmanian House of Assembly
Electoral divisions of Tasmania House of Assembly Legislative Council
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