Paul Braddy

Politician

Paul Braddy was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on January 20th, 1939 and is the Politician. At the age of 85, Paul Braddy biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 20, 1939
Nationality
Australia
Place of Birth
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Age
85 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aquarius
Profession
Politician
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Education
Queensland University
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Frances Mary Paterson
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Paul Braddy Life

Paul Joseph Braddy (born 20 January 1939) is an Australian state politician.

He was a solicitor before entering politics and served as an alderman in the Rockhampton City Council for three years beginning in 1979.

In 1985, he was elected by-election for Rockhampton.

Braddy served for Rockhampton until 1995, when he took over Kedron's seat until his resignation.

He served as Minister for Education, Minister of Police and Emergency Services, Minister for Fire and Corrective Services in the Goss Labor Ministry, and Minister of Labor and Industrial Relations under Peter Beattie at various times.

Following Jim Elder's dismissal and the appointment of Terry Mackenroth, he was briefly Deputy Premier of Queensland.

Since his seat in Kedron was abolished, Braddy said he did not intend to run in the next state election.

Early life

He was a solicitor before entering politics and served as an alderman in the Rockhampton City Council for three years from 1979.

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Paul Braddy Career

Political career

He voted for Rockhampton in 1985 at a by-election. Braddy served for Rockhampton until 1995, when he took over the reign of Kedron, where he remained as the sitting member until his resignation. He was Minister of Education, Minister for Fire and Emergency Services, Minister for Police and Corrective Services, and Minister for Justice and Corrective Services in the Goss Labor Department, as well as Minister for Education, Training, and Industrial Relations under Peter Beattie. Following Jim Elder's resignation and Terry Mackenroth's appointment, he was briefly Deputy Premier of Queensland.

After his seat of Kedron was abolished in 1999, Braddy declared his intended withdrawal from politics. He said he did not intend to run in the upcoming state election.

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