Electoral district of East Melville
Western Australia—Legislative Assembly
First contested at the 1962 state election, the seat's inaugural member was Des O'Neil of the Liberal Party, hitherto the member for Canning. He was succeeded at the 1980 state election by fellow Liberal Anthony Trethowan—he won unopposed, due to the failure of the ALP candidate to nominate on time, but was opposed by Dr Carmen Lawrence in 1983. Trethowan was succeeded by another Liberal in Richard Lewis at the 1986 state election.
Members for East MelvilleEdit
|Des O'Neil||Liberal Country League||1962–1968|
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