ⓘ Candidates of the Queensland state election, 1947

                                     

ⓘ Candidates of the Queensland state election, 1947

  • On 2 March 1946, Les Wood Labor was elected to succeed Herbert Yeates Country, who had died on 24 December 1945, as the member for East Toowoomba.
  • On 10 September 1949, Jim Donald Labor was elected to succeed Frank Cooper Labor, who had resigned on 12 March 1946, as the member for Bremer.
                                     
  • Elections were held in the Australian state of Queensland on 3 May 1947 to elect the 62 members of the state s Legislative Assembly. The election was
  • by - election was caused by the death of Kerry Copley. It was held on 10 September 1949. 1947 Queensland state election Candidates of the Queensland state
  • Elections were held in the Australian state of Queensland on 15 April 1944 to elect the 62 members of the state s Legislative Assembly. The election was
  • list of electoral district results for the 1944 Queensland state election 1944 Queensland state election Candidates of the Queensland state election 1944
  • Legislative Assembly, 1947 1950 Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1950 1953 Candidates of the Queensland state election 1950 Hanlon Ministry
  • held on 3 March 1951. 1950 Queensland state election Candidates of the Queensland state election 1950 Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1950 - 1953
  • list of members of the 31st Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1947 to 1950, as elected at the 1947 state election held on 3 May 1947 During the term
  • This is a list of candidates who stood for the 1950 Queensland state election The election was held on 29 April 1950. On 10 September 1949, Ivor Marsden
  • This is a list of members of the 30th Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1944 to 1947 as elected at the 1944 state election held on 15 April 1944
  • This is a list of candidates who stood for the 1944 Queensland state election The election was held on 15 April 1944. On 30 August 1941, Harry O Shea
  • the Queensland division of the Liberal Party. During federal elections QPP candidates would run under the Liberal Party banner and were bound by the
  • information on candidates who stood for the 1946 Australian federal election The election was held on 28 September 1946. In 1944 1945, the United Australia