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In Australia, a Chief Minister is the head of government of a self-governing territory, while the head of government of a state is a Premier.
The Chief Minister of New Vestfold is appointed by the Administrator, who in normal circumstances will appoint the head of whatever party holds the majority of seats in the legislature of the territory. However, in times of constitutional crisis, the Administrator can appoint someone else as Chief Minister.
The Chief Minister serves a term of three years and may be elected to serve as many terms as they would like.
|Name||Portrait||Term began||Term ended||Political Party||Notes|
Sir Arthur Vole
|1901||1903||Protectionist||First Chief Minister of New Vestfold after Australian Federation. Served one term before retiring from politics.|
|1903||1906||Protectionist||First ministry. Elected at the 1903 election. Passed first legislation and is nicknamed 'Uncle Pressy.' Lost 1906 election|
|1906||1909||United People||Passed laws that benefited lower class citizens and was popular amongst the working class. Narrowly lost the 1909 election.|
|1909||1915||Protectionist||Second term. Oversaw the early years of World War I|
|Sir Faris Leisson|
|1915||1918||Progressive||First Chief Minister born in New Vestfold. Mustered first New Vestfold Artillery and supported the War effort. Unpopular at end of term.|
|1918||1920 (†)||Commonwealth United||
Saw the end of New Vestfold's involvement in the War. Began post-war reconstruction.
|Sanford J. Drillman|
|1920||1927||Commonwealth United||Completed Snedden's term before beginning his own. Continued Snedden's reconstruction plan.|
|V. K. Rustin|
|Sanford J. Drillman|
|1930||1933||Commonwealth United||Second term. Saw early years of the Great Depression. Longest serving Chief Minister.|
|1933||1936||Antarctic Nationalist||First term. First Antarctic Nationalist Chief Minister|
|Sir Herbert Jenkins|
|1939||1942||Antarctic Nationalist||Second term. Oversaw the beginning of World War II|
|Y. Maxwell Isaacs|
|1942||1948||Commonwealth United||Oversaw the end of the War.|
|1948||1949 (†)||Antarctic Nationalist||Third term. Died in office. A very popular Chief Minister.|
|1949||1951||Antarctic Nationalist||Completed Quilt's term.|
|Sir Eustace Singline|
|70px||1951||1952||Labour/United||First Chief Minister born after Australian Federation. Youngest Chief Minister (30) to serve in the 20th century. Only one to be fired by the Administrator.|
|Grant Ivan Jones|
|1952||1957||Labour/United||Completed Singline's term before begining his own.|
|1957||1966||Antarctic Nationalist||First female Chief Minister|
|1966||1972 (†)||Equality Party||First Australian Aboriginal Chief Minister. Only one to have been assassinated.|
|1972||1972||Equality Party||Completed Numbulwar's term.|
|John C. Muldoon|
|1972||1980||Labour/United||First Chief Minister to retire.|
|1980||1984||Labour/United||Completed Muldoon's term before begining his own. First ethnic-French Chief Minister.|
|1984||1990||Antarctic Nationalist||Second female Chief Minister. Oversaw the Green Revolution in New Vestfold.|
|1990||1993||Labour/United||Great grandson of Oswald Snedden.|
|2005||2007||Antarctic Nationalist||Second to retire.|
|2007||Incumbent||Antarctic Nationalist||Third female and youngest ever Chief Minister.|