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Ivey, Malinda Angelina (c. 1894 - 1951)

Born
c. 1894
Died
22 August 1951
Rozelle, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Social worker

Summary

Malinda Ivey stood for election unsuccessfully more times than any other woman in the history of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly. She was an Independent candidate in the following elections:
New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Balmain in 1941, 1947 and 1950.
House of Representatives for West Sydney in 1940,1943 and 1946.
House of Representatives for Martin in 1949 and 1951.
In 1944 Malinda stood as a Democratic Party candidate in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for Balmain. She was well known amongst many Sydney women's organizations. At the time of her death, she has been honorary State Secretary of the NSW Returned Servicemen's League Central Council of Women's Auxiliaries for some time.

Sources used to compile this entry: Sydney Morning Herald, 23 August 1951.

Annette Alafaci

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