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Adelaide Hills Councillor To Run For Heysen For The Third Time

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For the third time, Adelaide Hills Councillor Lynton Vonow is throwing his hat into the ring for the seat of Heysen in the upcoming state election.

The Greens representative says he’ll be focusing his campaign on the effect of climate change on primary producers in the electorate and renewable energy.

He’ll be up against Liberal candidate Josh Teague how's hoping to replace the retiring Isobel Redmond and the newly announced SA Best candidate John Illingworth, a former police prosecutor.

 

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