Tyler Walsh is an electrical engineering student at the University of Western Australia. He was born in Joondalup on the 21st of December 1998, making him the youngest ever candidate to represent Pauline Hanson’s One Nation. This campaign marks the second time that Tyler has ran for One Nation; the first being the 2019 Federal Election where he contested the seat of Moore.
Tyler has lived in the Perth northern suburbs throughout his life and grew up in a family of three children. His mother and father have established careers in education and law enforcement respectively. During Tyler’s school years, he was actively involved in music, sport and leadership. Tyler, along with a team of five other individuals, pitched an idea for a business
start-up as part of the inaugural Curtin University Just Start IT competition in 2014. Their pitch, judged by a panel including executives from BankWest and Microsoft, won the competition for that year. Tyler reached his academic pinnacle in 2016, where he was awarded Dux upon graduating from Irene McCormack Catholic College. Tyler commenced study at the University of Western Australia the following year.
In his working life, Tyler launched his own tutoring service whilst still in high school and has been a self-employed tutor ever since. Tyler has built up a clientele in Perth’s northern suburbs and has tutored students ranging from primary school to university level in mathematics and science. He also serves the people of Moore as a team member of the Coles supermarket in Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre. Tyler is passionate about education and committed to sharing his knowledge with others. He demonstrates this in not only in his work as a successful tutor, but as an active volunteer of several organisations.
Tyler puts people before politics; that is for certain if he were to be elected. One Nation has made some great achievements in the Western Australian Legislative Council since the last state election. Tyler hopes to continue that legacy by becoming part of the One Nation parliamentary team in Western Australia.