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McDonald, Rhonda (c. 1954 - )

Born
c. 1954
Occupation
Nurse and Political candidate

Summary

Rhonda McDonald was a once-only candidate for parliamentary election. That was in 2003 when she stood as a One Nation Party candidate in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly election for Macquarie Fields. Rhonda McDonald lived at North Crookwell, when she ran for the seat of Macquarie Fields in 2003. In her campaign she stressed the issues of aged care, the health system and freedom of speech. She stated that she would not relocate if elected, but would visit the electorate regularly.
She is married, with a teenage child and works as an aged care nurse.

Sources used to compile this entry: The Chronicle (Campbelltown), 18 March 2003.

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