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Johnson, Sue

Summary

Sue Johnson is an active member of the Socialist Alliance. She was their candidate in the 2001 House of Representatives elections for Grayndler and in the 2003 New South Wales Legislative Assembly elections for Marrickville.

Details

Sue Johnson grew up in the Hunter Valley and came to Sydney to complete university studies (B.Ec.(NSW), M.Planning. (UTS)). She has worked for the NSW TAFE Commission and the Sydney Institute of TAFE, where she was centrally involved in the successful campaign to save the on-site childcare centre.

In 2003 she was working as a planner with the Department of Public Works and Services. She is an active member of the Public Service Association and a member of the Marrickville branch of the Socialist Alliance.

Sources used to compile this entry: http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/33985/20030317/www.socialist-alliance.org/NSWelec_candidates (accessed 27 June 2005).

Annette Alafaci

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