Members of the Western Australian Legislative Council, 1997–2001

Members of the Western Australian Legislative Council, 1997–2001

This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Council between 22 May 1997 and 21 May 2001:

Name Party Province Years in office
George Cash Liberal North Metropolitan 1989–2009
Kim Chance Labor Agricultural 1992–2009
Eric Charlton[1] National Agricultural 1984–1998
John Cowdell Labor South West 1993–2005
Murray Criddle National Agricultural 1993–2008
Cheryl Davenport Labor South Metropolitan 1989–2001
Dexter Davies[1] National Agricultural 1998–2001
Ed Dermer Labor North Metropolitan 1996–present
Bruce Donaldson Liberal Agricultural 1993–2009
Max Evans Liberal North Metropolitan 1986–2001
Peter Foss Liberal East Metropolitan 1989–2005
Graham Giffard[3] Labor South Metropolitan 2000–2008
Nick Griffiths Labor East Metropolitan 1993–2009
John Halden[3] Labor South Metropolitan 1986–2000
Ray Halligan Liberal North Metropolitan 1997–2009
Tom Helm Labor/Independent[4] Mining and Pastoral 1986–2001
Helen Hodgson Democrat North Metropolitan 1997–2001
Barry House Liberal South West 1987–present
Norm Kelly Democrat East Metropolitan 1997–2001
Murray Montgomery National South West 1989–2001
Norman Moore Liberal Mining and Pastoral 1977–present
Mark Nevill Labor/Independent[2] Mining and Pastoral 1983–2001
Murray Nixon Liberal Agricultural 1993–2001
Simon O'Brien Liberal South Metropolitan 1997–present
Muriel Patterson Liberal South West 1989–2001
Ljiljanna Ravlich Labor East Metropolitan 1997–present
Barbara Scott Liberal South Metropolitan 1993–2009
Jim Scott Greens South Metropolitan 1993–2005
Dr Chrissy Sharp Greens South West 1997–2005
Greg Smith Liberal Mining and Pastoral 1997–2001
Tom Stephens Labor Mining and Pastoral 1982–2004
Bill Stretch Liberal South West 1983–2005
Bob Thomas Labor South West 1989–2001
Derrick Tomlinson Liberal East Metropolitan 1989–2005
Ken Travers Labor North Metropolitan 1997–present
Giz Watson Greens North Metropolitan 1997–present

Notes

1 On 28 July 1998, Agricultural Nationals MLC Eric Charlton resigned. Nationals candidate Dexter Davies was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 11 August 2008.
2 Mining and Pastoral MLC Mark Nevill was elected as a representative of the Labor Party, but left the party on on 23 August 1999 and sat as an independent.
3 On 20 January 2000, South Metropolitan Labor MLC John Halden resigned in order to take up the position of party state president. Labor candidate Graham Giffard was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 7 February 2000.
4 Mining and Pastoral MLC Tom Helm was elected as a representative of the Labor Party, but left the party on 27 July 2000 and sat as an independent after losing preselection for the 2001 state election.
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