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Bill Hayden Resigns and is Replaced by the Popular Bob Hawke

02/03/1983

The Labor Party Achieves Victory in the 1983 Election!

03/05/1983

Malcolm Fraser Resigns, and Andrew Peacock Becomes Leader of the Opposition

03/11/1983

The Labor Party Defeats the Liberal Party in the 1984 Snap Election

12/1/1984

Andrew Peacock Resigns and is Replaced by Longstanding Rival, John Howard

09/05/1985

In Spite of a Further Swing, the Labor Party Triumphs in the 1987 Election

07/11/1987

Andrew Peacock Regains the Liberal Party Leadership, Ousting John Howard

05/09/1989

The Labor Party Wins a 4th Consecutive Victory in the 1990 Election

3/24/1990

Andrew Peacock Resigns and Dr John Hewson Becomes Leader of the Liberal Party

04/03/1990

Paul Keating Unsuccessfully Challenges Bob Hawke For the Leadership

06/03/1991

In a Second Attempt Paul Keating Defeats Bob Hawke For the Labor Leadership

12/19/1991

The Labor Party Surprisingly Emerges Victorious in the 1993 Election

3/13/1993

Dr John Hewson is Defeated in a Leadership Ballot by Alexander Downer

05/23/1994

Alexander Downer Resigns and is Replaced by John Howard Once More

01/26/1995

After 13 Years in Opposition, the Liberal Party Wins the 1996 Election!

03/02/1996

Kim Beazley Becomes Leader of the Opposition

03/19/1996

Future Liberal Prime Minister, Mr Sesta is Born

08/16/1998

John Howard Scrapes a Victory in the 1998 Election

10/03/1998

John Howard Emerges Victorious in the 2001 Election!

11/10/2001

Simon Crean Replaces Kim Beazley as Leader of the Opposition

11/11/2001

Simon Crean Resigns and is Replaced by Mark Latham

12/2/2003

John Howard and the Liberal Party Win in the 2004 Election

10/09/2004

Mr Sesta Begins His Strident Campaigns for the Liberal Party

Approx. 08/21/2010

Mr Sesta Officially Joins the Liberal Party

08/16/2014