Electoral district of Cue

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Cue
Western AustraliaLegislative Assembly
State Western Australia
Dates current1901–1930
Namesake Cue

Cue was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Western Australia from 1901 to 1930.

The district was located in the Western Australian outback. It was held by the Labor Party for all but the first term of its existence.

Members for Cue

MemberPartyTerm
  Frederick Illingworth Opposition 1901–1904
  Edward Heitmann Labor 1904–1913
  Thomas Chesson Labor1913–1930

Election results


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