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Alex Hawke MP is the Special Minister of State in the Australian Government.

Alex was elected at the 2007 election as the Liberal Federal Member for Mitchell in North West Sydney. He was promoted to Assistant Minister to the Treasurer in September 2015; Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection in July 2016; Assistant Minister for Home Affairs in December 2017, and was appointed to his present role in August 2018.

In Parliament Alex has also served as Chair of the House Standing Committee on the Environment, Chair of the Joint House Standing Committee on Electoral Matters and the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade.

Prior to entering Parliament, Alex was an adviser to former Treasury Ministers in the Howard Government. He also served as an Army Reserve Officer in the Royal Australian Armoured Corps.

Alex and Amelia reside in the Hills District with their three sons, Jack, Lachlan and Thomas.