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Candidates of the South Australian state election, 1933

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This is a list of candidates of the 1933 South Australian state election.

Contents

Official Labor

  • John Jonas (Port Adelaide) – lost preselection
  • Frank Nieass (East Torrens) – lost preselection
  • Parliamentary Labor

  • Frederick Birrell (North Adelaide) – retired
  • George Cooke (Barossa) – retired
  • Lionel Hill (Port Pirie) – appointed Agent General in London
  • Leonard Hopkins (Barossa) – retired
  • James Jelley MLC (Central District No. 1) – retired
  • Liberal and Country League

  • William George Mills MLC (Northern District) – retired
  • James Moseley (Flinders) – retired
  • George Henry Prosser MLC (Central District No. 2) – retired
  • Thomas Pascoe MLC (Midland District) – retired
  • House of Assembly

    Sitting members are shown in bold text. Successful candidates are marked with an asterisk.

    Legislative Council

    Sitting members are shown in bold text. Successful candidates are marked with an asterisk.

    References

    Candidates of the South Australian state election, 1933 Wikipedia


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