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Jamie Briggs Member of the Australian Parliament for Mayo Incumbent Assumed office 6 September 2008 Preceded by Alexander Downer Personal details Born 9 June 1977 (1977-06-09) (age 34) Kyneton, Victoria Political party Liberal Party of Australia Spouse(s) Estée Children Elka, Henry, and Scarlett Occupation Public servant Politician Website Jamie Edward Briggs MP (born 9 June 1977) is an Australian politician. He has been the Liberal Party of Australia member for the Division of Mayo since the 2008 Mayo by-election. Born in Kyneton, Victoria, Briggs was an advisor to John Howard, chiefly for industrial relations policy.[1][2] Briggs was pre-selected as the Liberal candidate for the 2008 Mayo by-election to replace former Liberal leader and minister Alexander Downer. He won the seat, but with a significant swing against the Liberals compared to the 2007 federal election.[3] After the 2010 federal election, Briggs was given the position of Chairman of the Coalition’s Scrutiny of Government Waste Committee as part of the Tony Abbott led opposition.[4] References ^ Former Howard govt staffer to contest Mayo by-election: ABC News 20/7/2008 ^ Bitter victory for the Libs in what is now a marginal seat: The Australian 8/9/2008 ^ AEC Results: Mayo by-election 2008 ^ A strong and stable team for Australia's future Parliament of Australia Preceded by Alexander Downer Member for Mayo 2008–present Incumbent v · d · eCurrent Members of the Australian House of Representatives from South Australia Labor Mark Butler · Nick Champion · Kate Ellis · Steve Georganas · Amanda Rishworth · Tony Zappia Liberal Jamie Briggs · Christopher Pyne · Rowan Ramsey · Patrick Secker · Andrew Southcott Persondata Name Briggs, Jamie Alternative names Short description Date of birth 9 June 1977 Place of birth Kyneton, Victoria Date of death Place of death