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Electoral district of Nash

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State  Queensland
Abolished  1960
Founded  1950
Namesake  James Nash
Created  1950
Demographic  Rural
Date dissolved  1960

The electoral district of Nash was a Legislative Assembly electorate in the state of Queensland, Australia. It was named after James Nash, the discoverer of gold in the area.

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History

Nash was created in the 1949 redistribution, taking effect at the 1950 state election, and existed until the 1960 state election. It centred on the town of Gympie.

When Nash was abolished in 1960, its area was incorporated into the recreated district of Gympie.

Members

The following people were elected in the seat of Nash:

Dunstan previously represented Gympie (1935–1950). Hodges subsequently represented Gympie (1960–1979).

References

Electoral district of Nash Wikipedia


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