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Mr Don Randall MP

Mr Don Randall MP

Former Member

Liberal Party of Australia
House of Representatives


Parliamentary service
  • Elected to the House of Representatives for Swan, Western Australia, 1996. Defeated at general elections 1998. Elected to the House of Representatives for Canning, Western Australia, 2001. Re-elected 2004 and 2007, 2010 and 2013. Died in Office, 21.7.2015.
Parliamentary positions
  • Member of the Speaker's Panel from 4.3.2014 to 21.7.2015.
Committee service
  • Joint Statutory: Native Title and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Land Account from 1.12.2004 to 23.3.2006.
  • Joint Standing: Migration from 19.8.2002 to 10.11.2008 (Chair from 19.8.2002 to 17.10.2007); Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade from 4.12.2013 to 21.7.2015.
  • House of Representatives Standing: Communications, Transport and Microeconomic Reform from 29.5.1996 to 31.8.1998; Legal and Constitutional Affairs from 30.5.1996 to 31.8.1998; Industry and Resources from 20.3.2002 to 31.8.2004; Parliamentary Library from 20.3.2002 to 31.8.2004; Publications from 20.3.2002 to 31.8.2004; Employment and Workplace Relations from 19.8.2002 to 31.8.2004; Employment, Workplace Relations and Workforce Participation from 1.12.2004 to 17.10.2007; House from 9.2.2006 to 17.10.2007; Privileges from 9.2.2006 to 17.10.2007; Privileges and Members' Interests from 11.3.2008 to 5.8.2013; Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Local Government from 10.11.2008 to 19.7.2010; Procedure from 4.12.2013 to 21.7.2015 (Chair from 11.2.2014 to 21.7.2015); Selection from 4.12.2013 to 21.7.2015.
Parliamentary party positions
  • Shadow Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition from 6.12.2007 to 22.9.2008.
  • Secretary to the Shadow Cabinet from 6.12.2007 to 22.9.2008.
  • Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Energy and Resources from 22.9.2008 to 10.11.2008.
  • Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Roads and Transport from 10.11.2008 to 14.9.2010.
  • Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Local Government from 14.9.2010 to 18.9.2013.
Party positions
  • Member of the Liberal Party State Council (WA) from 1992 to 1994.
  • President of the Liberal Party Swan Division from 1993 to 1994.
  • Member of the Liberal Party State Executive (WA) from 1993 to 1994.
  • Member of the Liberal Party Membership Services Committee (WA) from 1994 to 1995.
  • Delegate to the Liberal Party Selection Committee (WA) from 1994 to 1995.
Other positions
  • Justice of the Peace.
  • Born 2.5.1953, Merredin, Australia
  • Died 21.7.2015, Boddington
  • Married
Qualifications and occupation before entering Federal Parliament
  • DipT (Graylands Teachers' College).
  • THC (Centre for Further Education, Perth).
  • Marketing consultant.
  • Teacher from 1974 to 1993.
Local Government service
  • Councillor, Belmont City Council from 1993 to 1996.
  • Name: Canning
  • Location: south-eastern outskirts of Perth; it includes the centres of Armadale, Byford, Cardup, Dwellingup, Forrestdale, Halls Head, Jarrahdale, Kelmscott, Mandurah, Mundijong, North Dandalup, Oakford, Pinjarra, Ravenswood, Roleystone, Serpentine, Waroona, Westfield, Wungong and Yunderup.
  • Area: 6,178 Sq km
  • Electors enrolled: 101,804 (at 7.9.2013)
  • Industries: light industry, bauxite mining, stone and citrus fruits, beef and dairy farming, market gardens and forestry.
  • Includes: Canning includes the Western Australian Legislative Assembly electorates of Armadale and Dawesville, and parts of Darling Range, Mandurah, Murray-Wellington and Wagin.

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