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Colman, Margaret Lynette (c. 1945 - )

Born
c. 1945
Occupation
Political candidate

Summary

Margaret Colman stood for Parliament only once and ran a minimal campaign as a Democratic Labor Party candidate in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Kirribilli in 1973.

Details

Margaret Colman, the mother of four children, announced she would be the voice of reason and reform if elected. At the time of her campaign, she was described as a housewife. Her husband stood for the DLP in Davidson at the same election.

Sources used to compile this entry: North Shore Times31 October 1973; 14 November 1973.

Annette Alafaci

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