Members of the Tasmanian Legislative Council, 1987–1993

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This is a list of members of the Tasmanian Legislative Council between 1987 and 1993. Terms of the Legislative Council did not coincide with Legislative Assembly elections, and members served six year terms, with a number of members facing election each year.

Elections[edit]

Date Electorates
23 May 1987 Monmouth; Newdegate, Russell
28 May 1988 Hobart; Launceston; Gordon
27 May 1989 Tamar; Pembroke; Queenborough; West Devon
26 May 1990 Cornwall; Huon; Mersey
25 May 1991 Derwent; Meander; Westmorland
23 May 1992 Buckingham; Macquarie; South Esk

Members[edit]

Name Division Years in office Elected
Hon Dick Archer South Esk 1980–1992 1986
Hon Ray Bailey Cornwall 1990–2002 1990
Hon Charles Batt (Labor) Derwent 1979–1995 1991
Hon Harry Braid Mersey 1972–1990 1984
Hon Alby Broadby Gordon 1968–1988 1982
Hon George Brookes Westmorland 1991–1997 1991
Hon Darryl Chellis Westmorland 1985–1991 1985
Hon Jeff Coates Tamar 1971–1989 1983
Hon Dr David Crean (Labor) Buckingham 1992–2004 1992
Hon Tony Fletcher Russell 1981–2005 1987
Hon Ross Ginn Newdegate 1986–1998 1987
Hon Hugh Hiscutt West Devon 1983–1995 1989
Hon Reg Hope Meander 1979–1997 1991
Hon John Loone Tamar 1989–2001 1989
Hon Doug Lowe Buckingham 1986–1992 1986
Hon Peter McKay Pembroke 1976–1999 1989
Hon Robin McKendrick Cornwall 1984–1990 1984
Hon Athol Meyer Huon 1986–1996 1990
Hon Jean Moore[1] Hobart 1992–1994 b/e
Hon Hank Petrusma[1] Hobart 1982–1992 1988
Hon Colin Rattray South Esk 1992–2004 1992
Hon Peter Schulze Gordon 1988–1998 1988
Hon George Shaw Macquarie 1968–1998 1992
Hon Geoff Squibb Mersey 1990–2003 1990
Hon John Stopp Queenborough 1983–1998 1989
Hon Stephen Wilson Monmouth 1981–1999 1987
Hon Don Wing Launceston 1982–2011 1988

Notes[edit]

1 In January 1992, Hank Petrusma resigned to contest a House of Assembly seat in the 1992 elections, but was unsuccessful. Jean Moore won the resulting by-election on 11 April 1992.

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