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Daniel Andrews

Australian politician, Premier of Victoria

Daniel Michael Andrews (born 6 July 1972) is an Australian politician. He is the 48th Premier of Victoria since 2014. He has been the leader of the Victorian branch of the Labor Party since 2010. From 2010 to 2014, Andrews was Leader of the Opposition in that state.[1]


Daniel Andrews

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48th Premier of Victoria
Elections: 2014, 2018
Assumed office
4 December 2014
MonarchElizabeth II
GovernorAlex Chernov
Linda Dessau
DeputyJames Merlino
Preceded byDenis Napthine
Leader of the Labor Party in Victoria
Assumed office
3 December 2010
DeputyRob Hulls
James Merlino
Preceded byJohn Brumby
Leader of the Opposition in Victoria
In office
3 December 2010 – 4 December 2014
PremierTed Baillieu
Denis Napthine
DeputyRob Hulls
James Merlino
Preceded byTed Baillieu
Succeeded byMatthew Guy
Minister for Health
In office
3 August 2007 – 2 December 2010
PremierJohn Brumby
Preceded byBronwyn Pike
Succeeded byDavid Davis
Minister for Gaming
In office
1 December 2006 – 3 August 2007
PremierSteve Bracks
Preceded byJohn Pandazopoulos
Succeeded byTony Robinson
Minister for Consumer Affairs
In office
1 December 2006 – 3 August 2007
PremierSteve Bracks
Preceded byMarsha Thomson
Succeeded byTony Robinson
Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
for Mulgrave
Assumed office
20 November 2002
Preceded byDistrict re-established
Personal details
Born
Daniel Michael Andrews

(1972-07-06) 6 July 1972 (age 47)
Williamstown, Victoria, Australia
Political partyLabor Party
Spouse(s)Catherine Andrews (m. 1998)
Children3 (Joseph, Grace and Noah)
Alma materMonash University
Websitedanielandrews.com.au

On 24 November 2018, he was re-elected as Premier of Victoria when Victorian Labor won the 2018 election in a landslide.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Daniel Andrews rises as Coalition swept from power". The Age Victoria. 30 November 2014. Retrieved 30 November 2014.
  2. "Daniel Andrews hails Labor landslide in Victorian election 'bloodbath'". ABC News. 2018-11-24. Retrieved 2018-11-24.