Electoral district of Menzies

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

Menzies 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 Goldfields region, and was based in the town of Menzies. When the district was abolished at the 1930 state election, sitting member Alexander Panton transferred to the Perth based seat of Leederville.

Members for Menzies

MembersPartyTerm
  Henry Gregory Ministerial1901–1911
  John Mullany Labor 1911–1917
  National Labor 1917–1924
  Alexander Panton Labor1924–1930

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