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  Fitzgibbon, Joel
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NameJoel Fitzgibbon
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Born January 16, 1962 (59 years)
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InfoParliamentary Service

Elected to the House of Representatives for Hunter, New South Wales, 1996, 1998, 2001 and 2004.
Committee Service

House of Representatives Standing: Primary Industries, Resources and Rural and Regional Affairs from 29.5.96 to 31.8.98. Industry and Resources from 21.10.02 to 31.08.04; Economics, Finance and Public Administration from 02.12.04 to 07.02.07.

Joint Statutory: Public Accounts from 29.5.96 to 1.1.98; Public Accounts and Audit from 1.1.98 to 31.8.98.

Joint Select: Retailing Sector from 9.2.99 to 30.8.99.
Conferences, Delegations and Visits

Attended CPA Regional Seminar, New Zealand and Sydney, September-October 1996.

Bilateral visits to Greece, Cyprus and Turkey, July 1999.
Parliamentary Party Positions

Member, Opposition Shadow Ministry from 19.10.98.

Shadow Minister for Small Business and Tourism from 20.10.98 to 25.11.01;

Shadow Minister for Resources from 25.11.01 and Shadow Minister for Tourism from 02.07.03 to 08.12.03.

Shadow Minister for Mining, Energy and Forestry from 08.12.03 to 26.10.04;

Shadow Minister for Banking and Financial Services from 26.10.04 to 24.6.05.

Shadow Assistant Treasurer and Revenue from 26.10.04 to 10.12.06; Shadow Minister for Small Business and Competition from 24.6.05 to 10.12.06.

Shadow Minister for Defence from 10.12.06.

Current position: Shadow Minister for Defence.
Party Positions

Delegate, NSW Young Labor 1985-86.

Senior Vice-President, ALP Cessnock Branch 1985-96.

Delegate, Cessnock State Electorate Council 1986-96.

Secretary, Hunter Federal Electorate Council 1990-96.

Delegate, ALP State Conference (NSW) 1990-96.

Campaign Director, NSW State Elections 1991 and 1995.
Personal

Born 16.1.1962, Bellingen, NSW.

Married.
Qualifications and Occupation before entering Federal Parliament

Automotive electrician 1978-90.

Electorate officer to EJ Fitzgibbon, MP 1990-96.

Part-time TAFE lecturer.

Small business operator.

Graduate Certificate in Business Administration (University of Newcastle)
Local Government Service

Councillor, Cessnock City Council 1987-95; Deputy Mayor of Cessnock 1989-90.

Director, Hunter-Manning Tourist Authority 1987-89.

Delegate, Hunter Region Association of Councils 1994-95.


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INFORMATION LINKS
RACES
  05/18/2019 NSW MP - Hunter Won 52.98% (+5.95%)
  07/02/2016 NSW MP - Hunter Won 62.46% (+24.92%)
  09/07/2013 NSW MP - Hunter - 2PP Vote Won 53.67% (+7.34%)
  09/07/2013 NSW MP - Hunter - Primary Count Won 44.50% (+9.39%)
  07/01/2013 AUS Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries & Forestry Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  08/21/2010 NSW MP - Hunter Won 62.48% (+24.96%)
  12/03/2007 AUS Minister for Defence Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/24/2007 NSW MP - Hunter Won 65.92% (+31.85%)
  10/09/2004 NSW MP - Hunter - 2PP Vote Won 63.75% (+27.50%)
  10/09/2004 NSW MP - Hunter - Primary Count Won 53.60% (+26.78%)
  11/10/2001 NSW MP - Hunter - 2PP Vote Won 60.86% (+21.73%)
  11/10/2001 NSW MP - Hunter - Primary Count Won 52.32% (+24.82%)
  10/03/1998 NSW MP - Hunter - 2PP Vote Won 64.69% (+29.38%)
  10/03/1998 NSW MP - Hunter - Primary Count Won 54.63% (+38.01%)
  03/02/1996 NSW MP - Hunter - Primary Count Won 50.74% (+13.71%)
SPECULATIVE, DID NOT RUN
  05/30/2019 ALP Parliamentary Leader Lost 0.00% (-100.00%)
ENDORSEMENTS
ALP Parliamentary Leader - May 30, 2019 ALP Anthony Albanese
AUS Marriage Law Postal Survey - Nov 07, 2017 YES Yes