Candidates of the Tasmanian state election, 2002

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This article provides information on candidates who stood for the 2002 Tasmanian state election, held on 20 July 2002.

Retiring Members[edit]

Labor[edit]

Liberal[edit]

House of Assembly[edit]

Sitting members are shown in bold text. Tickets that elected at least one MHA are highlighted in the relevant colour. Successful candidates are indicated by an asterisk (*).

Bass[edit]

Five seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal Party was defending two seats.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates Democrats candidates TFP candidates Socialist candidates Ungrouped candidates
 

Jim Cox*
Kathryn Hay*
Jenni Jarvis
Geoff Lyons
Brian Roe
Anita Smith

Mark Baker
Angela Davern
David Fry
Peter Gutwein*
Sue Napier*

Cynthia Atherton
Kim Booth*
David Pittaway
Leyla Tas
Noah Thomas

Sancia Colgrave
Craig Cooper
Renae Cooper
Vanessa Wallace

Andrew Cowling
Merilyn Crack
Joanne Durkin

Kamala Emanuel
Sonja Montaigne

Dave Davis
Rob Larner

Braddon[edit]

Five seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal Party was defending two seats.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates Group D candidates Ungrouped candidates
 

Brenton Best*
Harvey Clarke
Renai Ellings
Mike Gaffney
Bryan Green*
Steve Kons*

Mike Downie
Alan Pattison
Jeremy Rockliff*
Peter Upton
Brett Whiteley*

Felicity Harris
Patrick Johnson
Paul O'Halloran
Carol Jean Reilly
Clare Thompson

John Kelly
Malcolm Ryan

Gatty Burnett

Denison[edit]

Five seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending two seats. The Liberal Party was defending two seats. The Australian Greens were defending one seat.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates Socialist candidates Group E candidates
 

Jim Bacon*
David Bartlett
James Crotty
Judy Jackson*
Graeme Sturges*

Bob Cheek
Michael Hodgman*
Jan Kuplis
Steve Mav
Tony Steven
Matt Woolnough

Tim Graham
Jo Hall
Mat Hines
Cath Hughes
Peg Putt*

Alex Bainbridge
Shua Garfield

Frank Nicklason
Steve Poulton

Franklin[edit]

Five seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal Party was defending two seats.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates Democrats candidates Socialist candidates Group A candidates Ungrouped candidates
 

Carol Brown
Doug Doust
Lara Giddings*
Paul Lennon*
Neville Oliver
Paula Wriedt*

Jeff Briscoe
Anita Bromfield
Will Hodgman*
Martin McManus
Derek Smith

Michele Higgins
Kay McFarlane
Nick McKim*
Liz Smith
Paul Thomas

Debra Chandler
Karen Manskey
Bryan Walpole

Brian Millar
Glenn Shields

Donna Coleman
Kaye McPherson

Nigel Abbott
Jane Shoobridge

Lyons[edit]

Five seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal Party was defending two seats.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Greens candidates Group C candidates Group E candidates Ungrouped candidates
 

Ken Bacon*
Heather Butler
Craig Farrell
David Llewellyn*
Michael Polley*

Russell Anderson
Rene Hidding*
Denise Swan
Ray Williams
Stephen Wilson

Karen Cassidy
Tim Morris*
Lesley Nicklason
Delia Thompson
Annie Willock

John Gee
Andy Oliver
Dennis Woods

Ray Norman
Frank Strie

Caroline Larner

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