Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 2010–2014

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This is a list of members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 2010 to 2014:

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Hon Jacinta Allan Labor Bendigo East 1999–present
Hon Daniel Andrews Labor Mulgrave 2002–present
Neil Angus Liberal Forest Hill 2010–present
Hon Louise Asher Liberal Brighton 1999–present
Hon Ted Baillieu Liberal Hawthorn 1999–present
Ann Barker Labor Oakleigh 1988–1992, 1999–present
Brad Battin Liberal Gembrook 2010–present
Donna Bauer Liberal Carrum 2010–present
Liz Beattie Labor Yuroke 1999–present
Gary Blackwood Liberal Narracan 2006–present
Colin Brooks Labor Bundoora 2006–present
Hon John Brumby[1] Labor Broadmeadows 1993–2010
Tim Bull National Gippsland East 2010–present
Neale Burgess Liberal Hastings 2006–present
Hon Christine Campbell Labor Pascoe Vale 1996–present
Anthony Carbines Labor Ivanhoe 2010–present
Ben Carroll[2] Labor Niddrie 2012–present
Hon Robert Clark Liberal Box Hill 1988–present
Peter Crisp National Mildura 2006–present
Lily D'Ambrosio Labor Mill Park 2002–present
Hon Hugh Delahunty National Lowan 1999–present
Hon Martin Dixon Liberal Nepean 1996–present
Luke Donnellan Labor Narre Warren North 2002–present
Joanne Duncan Labor Macedon 1999–present
Maree Edwards Labor Bendigo West 2010–present
John Eren Labor Lara 2006–present
Martin Foley Labor Albert Park 2007–present
Christine Fyffe Liberal Evelyn 1999–2002, 2006–present
Jane Garrett Labor Brunswick 2010–present
Michael Gidley Liberal Mount Waverley 2010–present
Judith Graley Labor Narre Warren South 2006–present
Danielle Green Labor Yan Yean 2002–present
Bronwyn Halfpenny Labor Thomastown 2010–present
Joe Helper Labor Ripon 1999–present
Jill Hennessy Labor Altona 2010–present
Steve Herbert Labor Eltham 2002–present
David Hodgett Liberal Kilsyth 2006–present
Hon Tim Holding[4] Labor Lyndhurst 1999–2013
Geoff Howard Labor Ballarat East 1999–present
Hon Rob Hulls[2] Labor Niddrie 1996–2012
Natalie Hutchins Labor Keilor 2010–present
Marlene Kairouz Labor Kororoit 2008–present
Jennifer Kanis[3] Labor Melbourne 2012–present
Andrew Katos Liberal South Barwon 2010–present
Sharon Knight Labor Ballarat West 2010–present
Nick Kotsiras Liberal Bulleen 1999–present
Telmo Languiller Labor Derrimut 1999–present
Hong Lim Labor Clayton 1996–present
Hon Justin Madden Labor Essendon 2010–present
Tim McCurdy National Murray Valley 2010–present
Frank McGuire[1] Labor Broadmeadows 2011–present
Hon Andrew McIntosh Liberal Kew 1999–present
Cindy McLeish Liberal Seymour 2010–present
James Merlino Labor Monbulk 2002–present
Elizabeth Miller Liberal Bentleigh 2010–present
David Morris Liberal Mornington 2006–present
Hon Terry Mulder Liberal Polwarth 1999–present
Hon Denis Napthine Liberal South-West Coast 1988–present
Don Nardella Labor Melton 1999–present
Clem Newton-Brown Liberal Prahran 2010–present
Lisa Neville Labor Bellarine 2002–present
Wade Noonan Labor Williamstown 2007–present
Russell Northe National Morwell 2006–present
Hon Michael O'Brien Liberal Malvern 2006–present
Hon Martin Pakula[4] Labor Lyndhurst 2013–present
Tim Pallas Labor Tarneit 2006–present
Hon John Pandazopoulos Labor Dandenong 1992–present
Jude Perera Labor Cranbourne 2002–present
Hon Bronwyn Pike[3] Labor Melbourne 1999–2012
Hon Jeanette Powell National Shepparton 2002–present
Fiona Richardson Labor Northcote 2006–present
Dee Ryall Liberal Mitcham 2010–present
Hon Peter Ryan National Gippsland South 1992–present
Robin Scott Labor Preston 2006–present
Geoff Shaw[5] Liberal/Independent Frankston 2010–present
Hon Ken Smith Liberal Bass 2002–present
Hon Ryan Smith Liberal Warrandyte 2006–present
David Southwick Liberal Caulfield 2010–present
Dr Bill Sykes National Benalla 2002–present
Murray Thompson Liberal Sandringham 1992–present
Marsha Thomson Labor Footscray 2006–present
Bill Tilley Liberal Benambra 2006–present
Ian Trezise Labor Geelong 1999–present
Heidi Victoria Liberal Bayswater 2006–present
Nick Wakeling Liberal Ferntree Gully 2006–present
Hon Peter Walsh National Swan Hill 2002–present
Graham Watt Liberal Burwood 2010–present
Paul Weller National Rodney 2006–present
Hon Kim Wells Liberal Scoresby 1992–present
Hon Mary Wooldridge Liberal Doncaster 2006–present
Lorraine Wreford Liberal Mordialloc 2010–present
Hon Richard Wynne Labor Richmond 1999–present
1 On 21 December 2010, the Labor member for Broadmeadows and former Premier of Victoria, John Brumby, resigned. Labor candidate Frank McGuire won the resulting by-election on 19 February 2011.
2 On 27 January 2012, the Labor member for Niddrie, Rob Hulls, resigned. Labor candidate Ben Carroll won the resulting by-election on 24 March 2012.
3 On 7 May 2012, the Labor member for Melbourne, Bronwyn Pike, resigned. Labor candidate Jennifer Kanis won the resulting by-election on 21 July 2012.
4 On 18 February 2013, the Labor member for Lyndhurst, Tim Holding, resigned. Labor candidate Martin Pakula won the resulting by-election on 27 April 2013.
5 On 6 March 2013, the member for Frankston, Geoff Shaw, resigned from the parliamentary Liberal Party and moved to the crossbenches as an independent.
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