Ray Bailey

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This article is about the Australian politician. For the English cricketer and football (soccer) player, see Raymond Bailey (cricketer and footballer).

Raymond Frederick Bailey (25 November 1935 – 15 February 2012) was a member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council. He was first elected to the now abolished Division of Cornwall on 26 May 1990. He was re-elected in the 1996 Cornwall election.

Bailey became President of the Legislative Council on 17 June 1997, a position which he held until 4 May 2002.

In 1999 a redistribution tribunal abolished his electorate of Cornwall, because of the reduction in the size of parliament. Instead he automatically became member for Rosevears; this new electorate included much of Cornwall anyway. He retired in 2002.

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Tasmanian Legislative Council
Preceded by
Reg Hope
President of the Tasmanian Legislative Council
1997–2002
Succeeded by
Don Wing
Preceded by
Robin McKendrick
Member for Cornwall
1990–1999
Abolished
New seat Member for Rosevears
1999–2002
Succeeded by
Kerry Finch