Mark Coulton is Assistant Minister for Trade. Before being Deputy Speaker Representative for Parkes, Mark Coulton was National Party Representative for Parkes.

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Rebel votes

Mark Coulton has never voted against the majority of their party since entering Parliament in November 2007. explain rebellions

Recent Votes

Recent votes in parliament that this Representative could have attended.

  1. edited 9 days ago
    Representatives

    Mark Coulton voted No

    Not passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 93% attendance

  2. Representatives

    Mark Coulton voted Yes

    Passed by a small majority

    1 rebellion 97% attendance

  3. Representatives

    Mark Coulton voted No

    Not passed by a small majority

    1 rebellion 97% attendance

  1. edited 23rd Jun 2016
    Representatives

    Mark Coulton voted Yes

    Passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 90% attendance

  2. edited 23rd Jun 2016
    Representatives

    Mark Coulton voted Yes

    Passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 90% attendance

  3. edited 23rd Aug 2016
    Representatives

    Mark Coulton voted No

    Not passed by a small majority

    No rebellions 88% attendance

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Agreement Name Electorate Party
100% David Gillespie Lyne National Party
100% John McVeigh Groom Liberal Party
100% Rowan Ramsey Grey Liberal Party
100% Angus Taylor Hume Liberal Party
100% Bert Van Manen Forde Liberal Party
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