Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, 2005–2008

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This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 2005 to 2008 :

NameParty District Years in office
Paul Andrews Labor Southern River 2001–2008
Hon Colin Barnett Liberal Cottesloe 1990–2018
Matt Birney Liberal Kalgoorlie 2001–2008
Hon John Bowler Labor/Independent [3] Murchison-Eyre 2001–2013
Troy Buswell Liberal Vasse 2005–2014
Hon Alan Carpenter Labor Willagee 1996–2009
John Castrilli Liberal Bunbury 2005–2017
Dr Liz Constable Independent Churchlands 1991–2013
Murray Cowper Liberal Murray 2005–2017
John D'Orazio Labor/Independent/
Labor/Independent [2]
Ballajura 2001–2008
Hon John Day Liberal Darling Range 1993–2017
Hon Dr Judy Edwards Labor Maylands 1990–2008
Hon Geoff Gallop [1] Labor Victoria Park 1986–2006
Brendon Grylls National Merredin 2001–2017
Dianne Guise Labor Wanneroo 2001–2008
Hon Dr Kim Hames Liberal Dawesville 1993–2001; 2005–2017
Shane Hill Labor Geraldton 2001–2008
Katie Hodson-Thomas Liberal Carine 1996–2008
Judy Hughes Labor Kingsley 2005–2008
John Hyde Labor Perth 2001–2013
Dr Graham Jacobs Liberal Roe 2005–2017
Rob Johnson Liberal Hillarys 1993–2017
Hon John Kobelke Labor Balcatta 1989–2013
Hon Bob Kucera Labor/Independent [8] Yokine 2001–2008
Hon Fran Logan Labor Cockburn 2001–2021
Hon Jim McGinty Labor Fremantle 1990–2009
Hon Mark McGowan Labor Rockingham 1996–present
John McGrath Liberal South Perth 2005–2021
Hon Sheila McHale Labor Kenwick 1996–2008
Tony McRae Labor Riverton 2001–2008
Hon Alannah MacTiernan Labor Armadale 1996–2010
Norm Marlborough [4] Labor Peel 1986–2006
Carol Martin Labor Kimberley 2001–2013
Mick Murray Labor Collie-Wellington 2001–2021
Tony O'Gorman Labor Joondalup 2001–2013
Hon Paul Omodei Liberal/Independent [9] Warren-Blackwood 1989–2008
Paul Papalia [4] Labor Peel 2007–present
Christian Porter [5] Liberal Murdoch 2008–2013
John Quigley Labor Mindarie 2001–present
Hon Margaret Quirk Labor Girrawheen 2001–present
Jaye Radisich Labor Swan Hills 2001–2008
Terry Redman National Stirling 2005–2021
Hon Fred Riebeling Labor North West Coastal 1992–2008
Hon Eric Ripper Labor Belmont 1988–2013
Hon Michelle Roberts Labor Midland 1994–present
Tony Simpson Liberal Serpentine-Jarrahdale 2005–2017
Gary Snook Liberal Moore 2005–2008
Trevor Sprigg [5] Liberal Murdoch 2005–2008
Hon Tom Stephens Labor Central Kimberley-Pilbara 2005–2013
Dan Sullivan Liberal/Independent/
Family First [7]
Leschenault 1996–2008
Hon David Templeman Labor Mandurah 2001–present
Dr Steve Thomas Liberal Capel 2005–2008
Max Trenorden National Avon 1986–2008
Terry Waldron National Wagin 2001–2017
Sue Walker Liberal/Independent [6] Nedlands 2001–2008
Peter Watson Labor Albany 2001–2021
Martin Whitely Labor Bassendean 2001–2013
Grant Woodhams National Greenough 2005–2013
Dr Janet Woollard Independent Alfred Cove 2001–2013
Ben Wyatt [1] Labor Victoria Park 2006–2021

Notes

1 On 16 January 2006, the Labor member for Victoria Park and Premier, Geoff Gallop, resigned due to recently diagnosed depression. Labor candidate Ben Wyatt was elected to replace him at the by-election for Victoria Park on 11 March 2006.
2 On 25 August 2006, the Labor member for Ballajura and former Minister for Police, John D'Orazio, was expelled from the Labor Party after being involved in a series of public controversies. He continued to sit in parliament as an independent. On 18 April 2008, he was readmitted to the Labor Party after being cleared of corruption allegations, but resigned again on 26 June 2008.
3 On 27 February 2006, the Labor member for Murchison-Eyre, John Bowler, was sacked as Minister for Resources and expelled from the Labor Party after he was discovered to have leaked confidential Cabinet information to disgraced lobbyists Julian Grill and Brian Burke. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent, and won the seat of Kalgoorlie at the 2008 election.
4 On 10 November 2006, the Labor member for Peel, Norm Marlborough, resigned after being sacked from Cabinet for lying to the Corruption and Crime Commission about his dealings with disgraced former Premier Brian Burke. Labor candidate Paul Papalia was elected to replace him at the by-election for Peel on 3 February 2007.
5 On 17 January 2008, the Liberal member for Murdoch, Trevor Sprigg, died of a heart attack. Liberal candidate Christian Porter was elected to replace him at the by-election for Murdoch on 23 February 2008.
6 On 7 February 2008, the Liberal member for Nedlands and former Shadow Attorney-General, Sue Walker, left the Liberal Party after Troy Buswell became the party leader. She served out the remainder of her term as an independent, but failed to retain her seat at the 2008 election.
7 On 23 February 2008, the Liberal member for Leschenault, former deputy Liberal leader Dan Sullivan, left the party. He continued to sit in parliament as an independent, and on 20 June 2008, launched and became the inaugural leader of the WAFamilyFirst.com Party, the state branch of the Family First Party. He failed to retain his seat at the 2008 election.
8 On 19 May 2008, the Labor member for Yokine and former Assistant Police Commissioner, Bob Kucera, left the Labor Party after it confirmed he was ineligible to contest preselection under party rules. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent and did not contest the 2008 election.
9 On 19 June 2008, the Liberal member for Warren-Blackwood and former Opposition Leader, Paul Omodei, left the Liberal Party. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent and did not contest the 2008 election.

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