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Members of the Tasmanian House of Assembly, 1989–1992

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This is a list of members of the Tasmanian House of Assembly, elected at the 1989 state election:

Name Party Electorate Years in office
Michael Aird Labor Franklin 1979–1986, 1989–1995
Lance Armstrong Greens Bass 1989–1996
The Duke of Avram Liberal Lyons 1989–1992
John Barker Liberal Denison 1987–1996
Gerry Bates Greens[1] Franklin 1986–1995
John Bennett[2] Liberal Denison 1986–1990
John Beswick Liberal Bass 1979–1998
Fran Bladel Labor Franklin 1986–2002
Bill Bonde Liberal Braddon 1986–2002
Ian Braid Liberal Lyons 1969–1972, 1975–1995
Bob Brown Greens[1] Denison 1983–1993
John Cleary Liberal Franklin 1979–1986, 1988–1998
Ron Cornish Liberal Braddon 1976–1998
Jim Cox Labor Bass 1989–1992, 1996–2010
David Crean Labor Denison 1989–1992
Brian Davison[3] Liberal Franklin 1990–1996
Nick Evers[3] Liberal Franklin 1986–1990
Michael Field Labor Braddon 1976–1997
Chris Gibson[2] Liberal Denison 1990–1992
Robin Gray Liberal Lyons 1976–1995
Ray Groom Liberal Denison 1986–2001
Roger Groom Liberal Braddon 1976–1997
Peter Hodgman Liberal Franklin 1986–2001
Harry Holgate Labor Bass 1974–1992
Di Hollister Greens[1] Braddon 1989–1998
Judy Jackson Labor Denison 1986–2006
Paul Lennon[4] Labor Franklin 1990–2008
David Llewellyn Labor Lyons 1986–2010, 2014–2018
Frank Madill Liberal Bass 1986–2000
Christine Milne Greens[1] Lyons 1989–1998
Graeme Page Liberal Lyons 1976–1996
Peter Patmore Labor Bass 1984–2002
Michael Polley Labor Lyons 1972–2014
Neil Robson Liberal Bass 1976–1992
Tony Rundle Liberal Braddon 1986–2002
Michael Weldon Labor Braddon 1979–1982, 1986–1992
John White Labor Denison 1986–1998
Ken Wriedt[4] Labor Franklin 1982–1990
1 The five cross-bench members were elected as environment-oriented independents, but officially united together to form the Tasmanian Greens during the course of this parliament.
2 Liberal member John Bennett resigned in early 1990. Chris Gibson was elected as his replacement on 15 February.
3 Liberal member Nick Evers resigned in mid–1990. Brian Davison was elected as his replacement on 6 August.
4 Labor member Ken Wriedt resigned in late 1990. Paul Lennon was elected as his replacement on 15 October.