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RE-MEMBER (FORMER MEMBERS)
Hon John Mansfield Brumby
Marital Status: Married, 3 children.
- Ivanhoe Grammar School; Melbourne Grammar School. HSC 1970 (C'th Scholarship) BCom 1971-74 (Melbourne); DipEd 1975 (State College of Victoria, Rusden).
Teacher, Union Official
Secondary Teacher 1976-79; Union Official 1980-83; MHR for Bendigo 1983-90; Consultant to banking and finance industry 1990; Chief of Staff, Federal Minister for Resources and Tourism 1991-93.
- Australian Labor Party
|Legislative Council||Doutta Galla||20 February 1993||10 August 1993||By-election, Resigned|
|Legislative Assembly||Broadmeadows||18 September 1993||21 December 2010||By-election, Resigned|
*The Start date for Members elected after 1900 is the date they were elected. The start date for pre-1900 Members is the date they were sworn in.
Leader of the Opposition 14 July 1993-22 March 1999
Shadow Treasurer 1994-96
Shadow Minister for the Arts 1996-99
Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs 1996-99
Shadow Minister for Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs 1997-99
Shadow Minister for State and Regional Development, Shadow Minister for Primary Industry and Shadow Minister for Racing Mar-Oct 1999
Minister for Finance and Assistant Treasurer October 1999-May 2000
Minister for State and Regional Development October 1999-December 2006
Treasurer 22 May 2000-3 August 2007
Minister for Innovation February 2002-August 2007
Minister for Regional and Rural Development December 2006-August 2007
Premier 30 July 2007-2 December 2010
Minister for Veterans' Affairs, Minister for Multicultural Affairs July 2007-November 2010
References: Victorian Parliamentary Handbook. Personal information.
Data Source: Victorian Parliamentary Handbook, 56th Parliament
Last updated: 10th August 2021