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Adrian Stephen Pederick (born 4 September 1962) is an Australian politician who won the safe Liberal seat of Hammond for the Liberal party, re-claiming it from Liberal-turned-independent Peter Lewis who left to contest a seat in the Upper House.
Previous to his election in to politics, Pederick managed a family dryland and grazing enterprise property at Coomandook for the past 14 years and is a supporter of local and regional community causes and events.
The 2006 election saw Pederick elected with a 12.0-point margin.
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|Member for Hammond
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