The Nationals WA
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Showing 15 people. Position shown in italic is their previous role in the same organisation.
Most Senior WA Executive.
Deputy Vice President (2017 to 2018)
Deputy Leader (2017 to 2020)
Colin De Grussa
President (2013 to 2015)
Leader (2005 to 2013)
|Member, Deputy Leader since 2020|
|Senior Advisor to the Leader, State Director since 2019|
Policy Director (2014 to 2018)
Leader (2013 to 2016)
|Name||Position||Year Started||Year Ended|
|Jacqui Boydell||Deputy Leader||2017||2020|
|Simon Glossop||State Director||2017||2019|
|James Hayward||State President||2015||2019|
|Joe Lundy||Policy Director||2014||2018|
|Steve Blyth||Deputy Vice President||2017||2018|
|Joe Lundy||Executive Officer||2016||2017|
|Joe Lundy||Research Officer to Martin Aldridge, MLC||2013||2016|
|Colin De Grussa||President||2013||2015|
|Joe Lundy||Campaign Officer||2012||2013|
|Jane Simpson||Communications Officer||2004||2008|
|Jacqui Boydell||State Director, WA & Parliamentary Executive Officer|
BiographyThe Country Party was formed in 1913 in the small Wheatbelt town of Kellerberrin by the Farmers and Settlers Association. The Country Party of WA contested the State elections in 1914 winning ten seats in the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council. The party has had many names in its long history, but adopted its most recent, The Nationals WA, in 2003.
Biography last updated 11 Mar 2014