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Len Reynolds (politician)

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Preceded by  H. V. Evatt
Nationality  Australian
Died  July 14, 1980
Allegiance  Australia
Succeeded by  Jim Bradfield
Role  Australian Politician
Resigned  November 11, 1975
Preceded by  William Arthur
Name  Len Reynolds
Party  Australian Labor Party
Succeeded by  William Arthur
Education  University of Sydney

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Born  19 November 1923 Harden, New South Wales (1923-11-19)
Service/branch  Royal Australian Air Force

Political party  Australian Labor Party

Leonard James "Len" Reynolds (19 November 1923 – 14 July 1980) was an Australian politician. Born in Harden, New South Wales, he was educated at state schools before attending the University of Sydney. He undertook military service from 1943 to 1946 and was subsequently a teacher and education lecturer. In 1958, he was selected as the Labor candidate for the seat of Barton, which party leader H. V. Evatt was leaving as it was perceived to be too marginal. Reynolds won the seat and held it until 1966, when he was defeated by Liberal candidate Bill Arthur. Reynolds defeated Arthur in 1969, and held the seat until his retirement in 1975. He died in 1980.

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