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Lawson, Megan

Occupation
Youth worker and Electorate officer

Summary

Megan Lawson was an ALP candidate who ran only once for election to parliament; that was in 1999 at the New South Wales Legislative Assembly elections for Hawkesbury. She had greater success that same year when she ran for local council and was elected to the Hawkesbury City Council from 1999-2004.

Details

Megan Lawson worked in the electorate offices of Bob Debus, MLA, and Maggie Deahm, MHR. She was an executive member of the Local Government Association. Megan later worked for the NSW Cancer Council.

Sources used to compile this entry: Labor Times, No. 7, March 1999.

Annette Alafaci

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