Frank McLeod Kirwan (23 October 1937 – 28 October 1976) was an Australian politician. Born in Norseman, Western Australia, he was educated at state schools and the School of Mines in Norseman, Western Australia, after which he became an electrical fitter. He was an official with the Electrical Trades Union and was also a Methodist minister.
|Member of the Australian Parliament|
25 October 1969 – 2 December 1972
|Preceded by||Gordon Freeth|
|Succeeded by||Peter Drummond|
Frank McLeod Kirwan
23 October 1937
Norseman, Western Australia
|Died||28 October 1976 39) (aged|
Chidlow, Western Australia
|Political party||Australian Labor Party|
In 1969, he was elected to the Australian House of Representatives as the Labor member for Forrest, defeating Liberal minister Gordon Freeth. He was only the second Labor member ever to win it. His victory was part of an 18-seat swing that nearly made Labor's Gough Whitlam Prime Minister.
Kirwan died in Chidlow in 1976.
|Parliament of Australia|
| Member for Forrest