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Langdon, Irene

Occupation
Student and Housewife

Summary

Irene Langdon was a once only candidate who ran in the 1988 New South Wales Legislative Assembly elections for Bathurst as an Australian Democrats candidate. At the time of her campaign, Irene Langdon was living in Bathurst with her husband and four young sons. She was a part-time student. Being a country candidate, her leaflets stressed the problems faced by country people.

Sources used to compile this entry: Collection of the election leaflets, handouts, newspaper cuttings etc. for the New South Wales state election, 19th March 1988, Mitchell Library.

Annette Alafaci

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