|Member of the Australian Parliament
7 September 2013
|Preceded by||John Forrest|
2 July 1975 |
Carnarvon, Western Australia, Australia
|Political party||The Nationals|
|Occupation||Wheat and sheep farmer|
Andrew John Broad (born 2 July 1975 in Western Australia) is an Australian politician who has represented Mallee in the Australian House of Representatives since 2013 as a member of the The Nationals.,
Broad is a former President of the Victorian Farmers' Federation, Director of the National Farmers Federation and Director of Australian Made. A small business owner, Broad operated his wheat and sheep farm for 16 years from the age of 22. In 2006 Broad completed a Nuffield Scholarship, travelling to over 40 countries to advance his knowledge of agriculture.[self-published source?]
Broad is a member of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on the Environment, the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties, and the group Parliamentarians Against Family Violence. Broad is a member of the Coalition Backbench Committee on Agriculture and the Coalition Backbench Committee on Trade and Investment.[self-published source?]
Broad's political interests include small business measures, water policy, primary producer tax concessions, domestic violence, illicit drug abuse, drought policy and foreign aid.
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- "Senators and Members: Mr Andrew Broad MP". Australian House of Representatives. Parliament of Australia.
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- "About Andrew Broad MP". Andrew Broad MP. 2015. Retrieved 23 July 2016.[self-published source?]
- Ireland, Judith (30 October 2014). "Tim Watts on why privileged men need to join the domestic violence fight". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 23 July 2016.
- "Search Hansard: Andrew Broad". Parliamentary Business. Parliament of Australia.
|Parliament of Australia|
|Member for Mallee