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Rowan Ramsey

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Preceded by  Barry Wakelin
Occupation  Farmer
Name  Rowan Ramsey

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Born  4 August 1956 (age 59) Kimba, South Australia, Australia (1956-08-04)
Political party  Liberal Party of Australia
Role  Member of the Australian Parliament
Party  Liberal Party of Australia
Office  Member of the Australian Parliament since 2007
Residence  Eyre Peninsula, Cummins, Australia

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Rowan Eric Ramsey (born 4 August 1956) is the Liberal Party of Australia member for the House of Representatives seat of Grey since the 2007 election, succeeding previous Liberal member Barry Wakelin. Grey covers most of rural South Australia − over 92 percent of the state.


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Nuclear industrial development

In 2015 Ramsey commended the Government of South Australia for initiating the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission. Commencing in March 2015, the Commission was tasked to investigate the opportunities and risk of further nuclear industrial development for South Australia, which includes mining, processing, power generation and waste management. He said of the decision:

"I congratulate the Premier on this move; we simply cannot make sensible informed decisions about this industry if we don’t talk about it."

Ramsey supports the potential storage of low and intermediate level nuclear waste in his electorate of Grey. He intended to nominate his own property as a potential candidate site, but was advised not to by Minister Ian Macfarlane due to a perceived conflict of interest. He told the media:

"I would be more than happy, for instance, to host it on my farm. But I wouldn't nominate my farm without actually speaking to my neighbours and having a community consultation."

Up to four sites within his electorate have been nominated.

2016 election

A ReachTEL seat-level opinion poll in the safe Liberal seat of Grey of 665 voters conducted by robocall on 9 June during the 2016 election campaign surprisingly found Nick Xenophon Team candidate Andrea Broadfoot leading the Liberals' Ramsey 54–46 on the two-candidate vote. Seat-level opinion polls in the other two rural Liberal South Australian seats revealed the Nick Xenophon Team also leading in both Mayo and Barker.


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