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Armstrong, Patricia (c. 1958 - )

Born
c. 1958
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Political candidate, Political staffer and Research assistant

Summary

A once-only candidate in the unwinnable seat of Wakehurst in 1995 for the ALP.

Details

Patricia Armstrong was born in Sydney and educated at Loretto Convent, Kirribilli, Queens Gate College, London and Seaforth Technical College. She has worked as an administrative assistant at the NSW branch of the ALP, a travel consultant at Mary Rossi Travel and research officer for Senator Kerry Sibraa.
Patricia Armstrong was active in a range of environmental community issues, including the preservation of bushland in Beacon Hill and improvement in the condition of Narrabeen Lagoon.

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