Richard Jomshof

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Richard Jomshof (born 6 July 1969 in Helsingborg, Sweden) is a member of the Swedish parliament for the Sweden Democrats since 2010 and was the chief editor of SD-Kuriren (The SD courier) 2000-2009. In January 2015 he was elected as Party Secretary, succeeding Björn Söder.

Jomshof is also a musician, playing in the Swedish synthpop band Elegant Machinery. In an interview with Side-Line, he spoke about his involvement in the Sweden Democrats and what effect it has had on Elegant Machinery.[1]

Since the 2010 general election, Jomshof represents the Gävleborg constituency in the Riksdag.[2]

Jomshof's father is Finnish, and his surname was Lohikoski until his parents divorced.[3]

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