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Redmond, Denise Anne-Marie

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Disability activist

Summary

Denise Redmond was committed Australian Democrats candidate who contested the following elections:
New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Bega, 1991, 1995, 1999
House of Representatives, Eden-Monaro, 1990.
In her 1999 campaign, she stressed her opposition to the trend to privatise public utilities and services. Denise Redmond was particularly critical of the privatisation of cleaning services in hospitals and schools and opposed the diversion of funds away from the public education system at all levels.

Sources used to compile this entry: Bega District News, 16 March 1999; 'Nardy's driving force', Bega District News, 23 July 2012, http://www.begadistrictnews.com.au/story/176799/nardys-driving-force/ [accessed 25 September 2015].

Annette Alafaci

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