Judith "Judy" Hopwood (born 19 June 1954), a former Australian politician, was a Member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly representing Hornsby for Liberal Party of Australia between 2002 and 2011.
She is married with two daughters. Before politics, she was a nurse at a Sydney Hospital.
Hopwood was elected as Member for Hornsby following a by-election in 2002. During her time in politics, she was considered a moderate Liberal Party member. It was reported that the Liberal Right faction attempted to disendorse her in May 2006 during a purge of more moderate members. She survived this push due to local support and the support of then NSW Liberal leader Peter Debnam.
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|Member for Hornsby
2002 – 2011
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