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Mitch Williams (Michael Richard Williams) was born on 27 June, 1953 in Australian. Discover Mitch Williams's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 67 years old?

Popular As Michael Richard Williams
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Age 68 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 27 June 1953
Birthday 27 June
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Nationality Australian

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Timeline

2018

Williams did not re-contest his seat at the 2018 election.

2014

In 2014, Williams personally advocated for reform of the Freedom of Information Act. Williams believes that current legislation allows Ministers unprecedented power to block the release of documents outright. He has drawn attention to more progressive legislation implemented in New Zealand as a potential future model for South Australia. Williams believes that the New Zealand analog favours release over suppression, and points out that it assumes that all government documents are in the public interest and fit for release unless proven otherwise. As of September 2014, Williams has not formally presented a call for FoI reform to his party.

2012

On 19 October 2012, Martin Hamilton-Smith announced he would be challenging Isobel Redmond for the parliamentary leadership of the South Australian Liberal Party, with Steven Marshall challenging Williams for the deputy leadership. A partyroom ballot occurred on 23 October 2012, Redmond retained the leadership by one vote, however Marshall was elected to the deputy leadership after Williams withdrew at the last minute.

2010

Williams was elected unopposed as Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party in South Australia on 6 April 2010.

1999

Williams was one of three conservative crossbenchers whose support kept the Liberal government of John Olsen in office after the Liberals lost their previous overwhelming majority. He rejoined the Liberal Party in December 1999, giving the Liberals a majority of one seat until Peter Lewis was expelled from the party in July 2000. Williams was handily re-elected in MacKillop in 2002, 2006, 2010, and 2014.

1997

Williams was a member of the Liberal Party when he resigned in 1997 to run against Dale Baker as an independent in MacKillop, based on Millicent. Williams took advantage of a public backlash against Baker, who was accused of impropriety over a forestry land deal. At the 1997 election, Williams halved Baker's primary vote and was elected on Labor preferences.

1953

Michael Richard "Mitch" Williams (born 27 June 1953) is a farmer and former deputy leader of the South Australian Division of the Liberal Party of Australia. He resigned from the Liberals and was elected to the safe Liberal seat of MacKillop in the state's south east at the 1997 election as an independent, but he re-joined the Liberals in 1999. He retained the seat as a Liberal in 2002 and represented it until his retirement in 2018.