Marie-Clare Boothby (born 20 February 1977) is an Australian politician in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly.
|Member of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly|
|Assumed office |
22 August 2020
|Preceded by||Tony Sievers|
|Born||20 February 1977|
Darwin, Northern Territory
|Political party||Country Liberal Party|
|Residence||Palmerston, Northern Territory|
Boothby ran as a candidate in the 2016 Northern Territory general election in the seat of Blain, but lost with an almost 37.9% swing against the CLP. She was subsequently elected to the seat of Brennan at the 2020 election.
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|Northern Territory Legislative Assembly|
| Member for Brennan