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Division of Lyons (state)

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Lyons
TasmaniaHouse of Assembly
Map showing the Division of Lyons, as of the 2018 Tasmanian state election.
StateTasmania
Created1984
MPGuy Barnett (Liberal)
Jen Butler (Labor)
John Tucker (Liberal)
Mark Shelton (Liberal)
Rebecca White (Labor)
PartyLabor (2), Liberal (3)
NamesakeJoseph Lyons and Enid Lyons
Electors79,271 (2018)
Area33,212 km2 (12,823.2 sq mi)
DemographicRural
Division of Lyons
Division of Lyons

The electoral division of Lyons is one of the five electorates in the Tasmanian House of Assembly, it is the largest electorate covering most of central and eastern Tasmania. Lyons is named jointly in honor of Joseph Lyons, Prime Minister of Australia (1931–1939); Premier of Tasmania (1923–1928), and Joseph's wife, Dame Enid Lyons, the first woman elected to the Australian House of Representatives in 1943. The electorate shares its name and boundaries with the federal division of Lyons.

Lyons and the other House of Assembly electoral divisions are each represented by five members elected under the Hare-Clark electoral system.

History and electoral profile

Before 1984, it was known as the Division of Wilmot. In 1984, it was renamed to jointly honour Joseph Lyons, 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 (1949–1951). Joseph Lyons represented the area for over 30 years at the state (1909-1929) and federal (1929-1939) levels.

Lyons is the largest electorate in Tasmania measuring 33,212 km2, it includes the far northern suburbs of Hobart and the towns of St. Helens, Swansea, Bicheno, Campbell Town, Longford, Evandale and Bothwell.[1]

Representation

Distribution of seats

Members for Lyons and Wilmot

Year Member Party Member Party Member Party Member Party Member Party Member Party Member Party
1909
6 seats
(1909–1959)
  Joseph Lyons Labor   Richard Field Anti-Socialist   Jonathan Best Anti-Socialist   John Hope Anti-Socialist   Jens Jensen Labor   (Sir) Walter Lee Anti-Socialist
1910   Edward Mulcahy Anti-Socialist
1911   Herbert Hays Anti-Socialist
1912   Michael O'Keefe Labor   Norman Cameron Liberal   Liberal   Liberal   Liberal
1913   Jonathan Best Liberal
1913   Ernest Blyth Liberal
1916
1917   Nationalist   Nationalist   Nationalist   Nationalist
1919   William Connell Nationalist
1919   George Pullen Nationalist
1922   Country   Albert Bendall Country   Neil Campbell Nationalist   Liberal
1925   Nationalist   Nationalist   Nationalist
1925   William Shoobridge Labor   Norman Cameron Independent
1926   John Palamountain Labor
1928   Jens Jensen Labor   Eric Ogilvie Labor   Percy Best Nationalist
1929   William Shoobridge Labor
1931   Alfred Burbury Nationalist   Llewellyn Atkinson Nationalist
1934   George Becker Independent   David O'Keefe Labor   Donald Cameron Nationalist
1937   Labor   Francis Foster Nationalist
1940   William Taylor Labor
1941   Lancelot Spurr Labor
1941   Ernest West Labor
1943   Peter Pike Labor
1946   Roy Fagan Labor   Robert Robertson Liberal   Liberal   Angus Bethune Liberal
1948
1949   Douglas Cashion Labor
1950   Charles Best Liberal
1955   Amelia Best Liberal
1956   Reg Fisher Labor   Bert Bessell Liberal
1958   Amelia Best Liberal
1959   William McNeil Labor
1959   Thomas McDonald Labor   Bob Ingamells Liberal
1964   William Anderson Labor
1969   Ian Braid Liberal
1972   Darrel Baldock Labor   Andrew Lohrey Labor   Michael Polley Labor
1974   Charles Batt Labor
1975   Ian Braid Liberal
1976   Terry Aulich Labor   Robin Gray Liberal   Graeme Page Liberal
1979
1982   Stephen Salter Liberal
1986   David Llewellyn Labor   Bob Mainwaring Liberal
1987   Chris Batt Labor
1989   Christine Milne Greens   The Duke of Avram Liberal
1992   Bob Mainwaring Liberal
1995   Denise Swan Liberal
1996   Rene Hidding Liberal   Lara Giddings Labor
1998
5 seats
(1998–present)
  Ken Bacon Labor
5 seats
(1998–present)
2002   Tim Morris Greens
2005   Heather Butler Labor
2006
2010   Rebecca White Labor   Mark Shelton Liberal
2014   David Llewellyn Labor   Guy Barnett Liberal
2018   Jen Butler Labor
2019   John Tucker Liberal
2021

See also

References

  1. ^ Lyons Archived March 21, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, Tasmanian Electoral Commission

External links

This page was last edited on 14 May 2021, at 05:29
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