The Western Australia Party is a registered political party in Western Australia, established by Julie Matheson as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. It was registered by the Western Australian Electoral Commission (WAEC) on 18 October 2016. In July 2017, the Western Australian Electoral Commission approved a name change to the Western Australia Party. The party contested its first election in 2018, when Ron Norris ran in the Cottesloe by-election. He finished 3rd with 9% of the vote.

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  • The Western Australia Party is a registered political party in Western Australia, established by Julie Matheson as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. It was registered by the Western Australian Electoral Commission (WAEC) on 18 October 2016. Matheson established the party amid community anger over the government introducing Development Assessment Panels while she was a member of the City of Subiaco council. The party endorsed candidates in 20 Legislative Assembly seats for the 2017 election and in all six regions for the Legislative Council. Matheson herself stood as a candidate in the Legislative Council's North Metropolitan Region. In July 2017, the Western Australian Electoral Commission approved a name change to the Western Australia Party. The party contested its first election in 2018, when Ron Norris ran in the Cottesloe by-election. He finished 3rd with 9% of the vote. It contested the Darling Range by-election and received 5.8% of the vote, outpolling One Nation and the Greens in many booths but falling behind them both overall. The party applied to be registered for federal elections. The notice of application was published by the Australian Electoral Commission on 15 June 2018, inviting any objections to be lodged by 15 July 2018. Julie Matheson is the registered officer of the Western Australia Party. It was granted registration on 30 August 2018. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a registered political party in Western Australia, established by Julie Matheson as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. It was registered by the Western Australian Electoral Commission (WAEC) on 18 October 2016. Matheson established the party amid community anger over the government introducing Development Assessment Panels while she was a member of the City of Subiaco council. The party endorsed candidates in 20 Legislative Assembly seats for the 2017 election and in all six regions for the Legislative Council. Matheson herself stood as a candidate in the Legislative Council's North Metropolitan Region. In July 2017, the Western Australian Electoral Commission approved a name change to the Western Australia Party. The party contested its first election in 2018, when Ron Norris ran in the Cottesloe by-election. He finished 3rd with 9% of the vote. It contested the Darling Range by-election and received 5.8% of the vote, outpolling One Nation and the Greens in many booths but falling behind them both overall. The party applied to be registered for federal elections. The notice of application was published by the Australian Electoral Commission on 15 June 2018, inviting any objections to be lodged by 15 July 2018. Julie Matheson is the registered officer of the Western Australia Party. It was granted registration on 30 August 2018. On 12 May 2020, the party gained its first member of parliament with Independent MLC Charles Smith joining the party. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a registered political party in Western Australia, established by Julie Matheson as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. It was registered by the Western Australian Electoral Commission (WAEC) on 18 October 2016. Matheson established the party amid community anger over the government introducing Development Assessment Panels while she was a member of the City of Subiaco council. The party endorsed candidates in 20 Legislative Assembly seats for the 2017 election and in all six regions for the Legislative Council. Matheson herself stood as a candidate in the Legislative Council's North Metropolitan Region. In July 2017, the Western Australian Electoral Commission approved a name change to the Western Australia Party. The party contested its first election in 2018, when Ron Norris ran in the Cottesloe by-election. He finished 3rd with 9% of the vote. It contested the Darling Range by-election and received 5.8% of the vote, outpolling One Nation and the Greens in many booths but falling behind them both overall. The party applied to be registered for federal elections. The notice of application was published by the Australian Electoral Commission on 15 June 2018, inviting any objections to be lodged by 15 July 2018. Julie Matheson is the registered officer of the Western Australia Party. It was granted registration on 30 August 2018. On 12 May 2020, the party gained its first member of parliament with Independent and former Pauline Hanson's One Nation MLC Charles Smith joining the party. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a registered political party in Western Australia, established by Julie Matheson as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. It was registered by the Western Australian Electoral Commission (WAEC) on 18 October 2016. (en)
  • The WESTERN AUSTRALIA PARTY is a centrist political party based in Western Australia. It currently has one member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party’s name was changed to the WESTERN AUSTRALIA PARTY. The party’s ideological focus is a combination of centrism, populism and regionalism, drawing from the position of Matheson and John Forrest. Its core policies include reform to Local Government, WA’s Family Court, and tax reform. However, the party’s core ideology is putting Western Australia First. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a centrist political party based in Western Australia. It currently has one member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party’s name was changed to the Western Australia Party. The party’s ideological focus is a combination of centrism, populism and regionalism, drawing from the position of Matheson and John Forrest. Its core policies include reform to Local Government, WA’s Family Court, and tax reform. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a centrist political party based in Western Australia. It currently has one member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party's name was changed to the Western Australia Party. The party's ideological focus is a combination of centrism, populism and regionalism, drawing from the position of Matheson and John Forrest. Its core policies include reform to Local Government, WA's Family Court, and tax reform. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a regional political party active in Western Australia. It currently has one member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party's name was changed to the Western Australia Party. The party's ideological focus is a combination of centrism, populism and regionalism, drawing from the position of Matheson and John Forrest. Its core policies include reform to Local Government, WA's Family Court, and tax reform. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a regional political party active in Western Australia. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party's name was changed to the Western Australia Party. The party's ideological focus is a combination of centrism, populism and regionalism, drawing from the position of Matheson and John Forrest. Its core policies include reform to Local Government, WA's Family Court, and tax reform. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party (shortened to WAP) is a regional political party active in Western Australia. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party's name was changed to the Western Australia Party. The party's ideological focus is a combination of centrism, populism and regionalism, drawing from the position of Matheson and John Forrest. Its core policies include reform to Local Government, WA's Family Court, and tax reform. (en)
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  • The Western Australia Party is a registered political party in Western Australia, established by Julie Matheson as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. It was registered by the Western Australian Electoral Commission (WAEC) on 18 October 2016. In July 2017, the Western Australian Electoral Commission approved a name change to the Western Australia Party. The party contested its first election in 2018, when Ron Norris ran in the Cottesloe by-election. He finished 3rd with 9% of the vote. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a registered political party in Western Australia, established by Julie Matheson as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. It was registered by the Western Australian Electoral Commission (WAEC) on 18 October 2016. (en)
  • The WESTERN AUSTRALIA PARTY is a centrist political party based in Western Australia. It currently has one member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party’s name was changed to the WESTERN AUSTRALIA PARTY. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a centrist political party based in Western Australia. It currently has one member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party’s name was changed to the Western Australia Party. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a centrist political party based in Western Australia. It currently has one member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party's name was changed to the Western Australia Party. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a regional political party active in Western Australia. It currently has one member of the Western Australian Legislative Council. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party's name was changed to the Western Australia Party. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party is a regional political party active in Western Australia. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party's name was changed to the Western Australia Party. The party's ideological focus is a combination of centrism, populism and regionalism, drawing from the position of Matheson and John Forrest. Its core policies include reform to Local Government, WA's Family Court, and tax reform. (en)
  • The Western Australia Party (shortened to WAP) is a regional political party active in Western Australia. The party was founded in 2016 by Julie Matheson, a councillor with the City of Subiaco as Julie Matheson for Western Australia to contest the 2017 state election. In July 2017, the party's name was changed to the Western Australia Party. The party's ideological focus is a combination of centrism, populism and regionalism, drawing from the position of Matheson and John Forrest. Its core policies include reform to Local Government, WA's Family Court, and tax reform. (en)
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