- Michael Wright (Australian politician)
Wright has a Bachelor of Education, and has held ministry positions in the Rann cabinet from 2002 to 2011.
As of the 2010 state election, Wright holds Lee with a margin of 7.1 percent.
Wright will not recontest his seat at the next election.
Current Members of the South Australian House of Assembly Labor (26)Michael Atkinson · Frances Bedford · Leon Bignell · Lyn Breuer · Paul Caica · Patrick Conlon · Kevin Foley · Chloë Fox · Robyn Geraghty · John Hill · Tom Kenyon · Stephanie Key · Tom Koutsantonis · Michael O'Brien · Lee Odenwalder · Tony Piccolo · Grace Portolesi · Jennifer Rankine · Mike Rann · John Rau · Alan Sibbons · Jack Snelling · Gay Thompson · Leesa Vlahos · Jay Weatherill · Michael Wright Liberal (18)Vickie Chapman · Iain Evans · John Gardner · Mark Goldsworthy · Steven Griffiths · Martin Hamilton-Smith · Duncan McFetridge · Steven Marshall · Adrian Pederick · Michael Pengilly · David Pisoni · Isobel Redmond · Rachel Sanderson · Peter Treloar · Dan Van Holst Pellekaan · Ivan Venning · Tim Whetstone · Mitch Williams Independents (3)
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