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Griffiths, Angela

Occupation
Egg farmer

Summary

Angela Griffiths is an activist for the Citizens Electoral Council. She ran for election to the House of Representatives for Page in 2001 and 2004 and for the New South Wales Legislative Assembly seat for Lismore in 2003. She was a firm believer in the policies of U.S. campaigner, Lyndon LaRouche, as the solution to world problems. Angela Griffiths and her husband run a small organic egg farm near Kyogle.

Sources used to compile this entry: Northern Star, 15 March 2003.

Annette Alafaci

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