Before being Liberal Party Representative for Bennelong, John Alexander was Liberal Party Representative for Bennelong.

How do they vote?

Voted very strongly for

What does this mean?

Voted very strongly against

What does this mean?

Please note that our voting records start in 2006.

Rebel votes

John Alexander has never voted against the majority of their party since entering Parliament in August 2010. explain rebellions

Recent Votes

Recent votes in parliament that this Representative could have attended.

  1. edited 7 days ago
    Representatives

    John Alexander was absent

    Passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 69% attendance

  2. edited 7 days ago
    Representatives

    John Alexander was absent

    Passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 67% attendance

  3. Representatives

    John Alexander was absent

    Passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 69% attendance

  1. edited 5th Nov 2017
    Representatives

    John Alexander voted No

    Not passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 91% attendance

  2. edited 5th Nov 2017
    Representatives

    John Alexander voted Yes

    Passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 91% attendance

  3. edited 5th Nov 2017
    Representatives

    John Alexander voted Yes

    Passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 91% attendance

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99% Warren Entsch Leichhardt Liberal Party
99% John McVeigh Groom Liberal Party
98% Michelle Landry Capricornia National Party
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