Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 2002–2006

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This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 2002 to 2006, as elected at the 2002 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term of office
Hon Michael Atkinson Labor Croydon 1989–present
Frances Bedford Labor Florey 1997–present
Lyn Breuer Labor Giles 1997–2014
Mark Brindal Liberal Unley 1989–2006
Robert Brokenshire Liberal Mawson 1993–2006
Hon Dean Brown Liberal Finniss 1973–1985, 1992–2006
Hon Malcolm Buckby Liberal Light 1993–2006
Hon Paul Caica Labor Colton 2002–present
Vickie Chapman Liberal Bragg 2002–present
Vini Ciccarello Labor Norwood 1997–2010
Hon Patrick Conlon Labor Elder 1997–2014
Hon Iain Evans Liberal Davenport 1993–2014
Hon Kevin Foley Labor Port Adelaide 1993–2011
Robyn Geraghty Labor Torrens 1994–2014
Mark Goldsworthy Liberal Kavel 2002–present
Hon Graham Gunn Liberal Stuart 1970–2010
Joan Hall Liberal Morialta 1993–2006
Martin Hamilton-Smith Liberal Waite 1997–present
Kris Hanna Labor/Greens/Independent [1] Mitchell 1997–2010
Hon John Hill Labor Kaurna 1997–2014
Hon Rob Kerin Liberal Frome 1993–2008
Hon Stephanie Key Labor Ashford 1997–present
Hon Dorothy Kotz Liberal Newland 1989–2006
Tom Koutsantonis Labor West Torrens 1997–present
Hon Peter Lewis Independent Hammond 1979–2006
Hon Jane Lomax-Smith Labor Adelaide 2002–2010
Hon Wayne Matthew Liberal Bright 1989–2006
Hon Karlene Maywald National Chaffey 1997–2010
Hon Rory McEwen Independent Mount Gambier 1997–2010
Dr Duncan McFetridge Liberal Morphett 2002–present
John Meier Liberal Goyder 1982–2006
Michael O'Brien Labor Napier 2002–2014
Liz Penfold Liberal Flinders 1993–2010
Jennifer Rankine Labor Wright 1997–present
Hon Mike Rann Labor Ramsay 1985–2012
John Rau Labor Enfield 2002–present
Isobel Redmond Liberal Heysen 2002–present
Joe Scalzi Liberal Hartley 1993–2006
Jack Snelling Labor Playford 1997–present
Hon Lea Stevens Labor Elizabeth 1994–2010
Hon Bob Such Independent Fisher 1989–2014
Gay Thompson Labor Reynell 1997–2014
Ivan Venning Liberal Schubert 1990–2014
Hon Jay Weatherill Labor Cheltenham 2002–present
Hon Trish White Labor Taylor 1994–2010
Mitch Williams Liberal MacKillop 1997–present
Hon Michael Wright Labor Lee 1997–2014
1 Kris Hanna, the member for Mitchell, was elected as a representative of the Australian Labor Party, but resigned from the party on 30 January 2003 and joined the South Australian Greens. He later resigned from the party on 8 February 2006, after failing to win the top position on their Legislative Council ticket for the 2006 election, and served out the remainder of his term as an independent.