Paul Weller (politician)

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Paul Weller
MP Paul Weller.jpg
Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
for Rodney
Incumbent
Assumed office
25 November 2006
Preceded by Noel Maughan
Personal details
Born (1959-04-03) 3 April 1959 (age 55)
Rochester, Victoria
Political party National Party of Australia
Children 2 children; 2 step-children
Website paulweller.com.au

Paul Weller (born 3 April 1959) is an Australian politician and the Nationals member for Rodney in the Victorian Legislative Assembly since 2006.

Weller's previous roles include:

  • Director Murray Goulburn Cooperative
  • President Victorian Farmers Federation 2002-2005
  • Chairman VFF Land Management Committee 2000-2002
  • Chairman National Farmers Federation Water Task Force 2002-2005
  • Senior Vice President United Dairy Farmers of Victoria 1998-2001
  • Chairman VicStock 1997–2002
  • Chairman Target 10 State Committee 1998-2001
  • Secretary Lockington CFA 1997-2001
  • Graduate Australian Rural Leadership Program
  • Graduate UDV Leadership Course Marcus Oldham

Weller won pre-selection for Rodney after the retirement of Noel Maughan. Despite unfavourable preferences from the Labor Party, Weller won 40% of the primary vote and 54% of the two party preferred vote against the Liberal candidate.

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Victorian Legislative Assembly
Preceded by
Noel Maughan
Member for Rodney
2006–present
Succeeded by
Incumbent