John Sullivan (Australian politician)
|Member of the Australian Parliament
18 May 1974 – 10 December 1977
|Preceded by||Al Grassby|
|Succeeded by||John FitzPatrick|
7 February 1929 |
Narrandera, New South Wales
|Political party||National Party of Australia|
John William Sullivan (born 7 February 1929) was an Australian politician.
Sullivan was born in Narrandera, New South Wales and educated at Narranderra High School, St Patrick's College, Goulburn, Royal Military College, Duntroon. He married Mollie O'Sullivan in July 1955 and they had two daughters and two sons.
Sullivan was a representative for the Division of Riverina in New South Wales in the Australian House of Representatives from 1974 to 1977. He was a member of the National Party of Australia, which was named the Country Party when he joined Parliament and was renamed the National Country Party in the 1975 elections. He was the Country Party member for Sturt in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from February to August 1981, winning a by-election caused by Tim Fischer's resignation to contest a by-election for the seat of Murray in 1980.
|Parliament of Australia|
|Member for Riverina
|Parliament of New South Wales|
|Member for Sturt
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