Hollie Alexandra Hughes is an Australian politician serving as a Senator know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary.
|Birthdate||12 February 1975|
|Age (as of 2021)||46 years|
|Place of Birth||Adelaide, Australia|
|Spouse/Partner||Name not Known|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Education||Macquarie University (2007), Charles Sturt University (1997), Loreto Kirribilli|
Hollie Alexandra Hughes is an Australian politician who was elected to the Senate of New South Wales in 2019. She is a Liberal Party supporter. Hughes ran for the Senate but lost in the 2016 federal election. She won the countback to determine the replacement for disqualified Senator Fiona Nash during the 2017 parliamentary eligibility crisis, but she was not declared elected because the High Court of Australia, sitting as the Court of Disputed Returns, ruled that she was ineligible for election due to her employment as a member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
Hollie Hughes Family and Parents
Hollie Hughes was born in Adelaide, South Australia.She attended Perth’s John XXIII College and Sydney’s Loreto Kirribilli during her school years.She studied for a Bachelor of Arts at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst, graduating in 1997. Later, she completed a masters degree in public policy at Macquarie University, graduating in 2007.
Hollie Hughes Husband
Hollie Hughes Married woman. Hughes has spent the majority of her adult life living in regional New South Wales, with her family life being predominantly spent on a farm west of Moree with her three children.The family moved to Sydney in 2019. Her middle son has been diagnosed with autism.
Hollie Hughes Net Worth
Hollie Alexandra Hughes is an Australian politician serving as the Senate of New South Wales has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2021.As a Senators and members receive an annual allowance by way of basic salary $211,250.
|Net Worth ( 2021 )||$2 Million|
|Income / Salary||$211,250 ( Estimated )|
Hughes worked as an adviser to Liberal senators Bill Heffernan (2003–2005) and Concetta Fierravanti-Wells (2005–2007).Hughes was in fourth spot on the Coalition ticket for the 2010 half-Senate election.She was in the tenth spot on the Coalition ticket for the 2015 Legislative Council election. In 2016, she was set to be in the first spot on the Coalition ticket for the anticipated half-Senate election, ahead of Concetta Fierravanti-Wells, but when a double dissolution election was called, she was nominated in sixth spot on the Coalition ticket for the double dissolution election.
Hughes worked in the private sector as a senior consultant for the Human Resources consultancy Salt & Shein.After ostensibly failing to be elected to the Senate in 2016, Hughes was appointed to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, where she worked in part-time capacity. In 2017, when Senator Fiona Nash was found to be ineligible, making Hughes likely to be found to be her replacement, Hughes resigned from this position in an attempt to prevent herself from being found ineligible.
In November 2018, Hughes won the most votes in the Liberal Party’s New South Wales Senate preselection ballot for the 2019 federal election, and was placed first on the Coalition’s Senate ticket for the state. She and runner-up Andrew Bragg out-polled an incumbent senator, Jim Molan, who had been placed in the “unwinnable” fourth position on the ticket, below the candidate for the National Party.Hughes is currently the Co-Chair of the Parliamentary Friends of Autism, as well as the Parliamentary Friends of Australian Books and Writers.