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Jack Batty was elected the Member for Bragg in the Parliament of South Australia at the July 2022 by-election.

He currently serves as the Shadow Assistant Minister to the Leader of the Opposition and the Shadow Assistant Minister for Environment and Heritage. In these roles, Jack has delivered a number of wins for our local community including improved road safety infrastructure and better protection for our Adelaide Park Lands.

Prior to entering State Parliament, Jack worked in international diplomacy as an adviser to the Hon George Brandis QC during his term as High Commissioner to the United Kingdom. Through this role Jack was a delegate to the 2021 Climate Conference in Glasgow, worked on Australia’s free trade deal with the United Kingdom and aided efforts to get over four million Pfizer vaccines to Australia during the pandemic.

My priorities for our community

Labor lost at sea on long-term sand solution

The future of beaches in Adelaide’s western suburbs are under threat because of the complete mismanagement of coastal protection by the Malinauskas Labor Government.

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Marryatville High still waiting on red light camera as Labor delay school crossing upgrades

The Malinauskas Labor Government remains silent on desperate community calls for a red light camera to guard the Marryatville High School crossing..

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Opposition forces a bulldozer backflip from Peter Malinauskas

Following relentless pressure from the Opposition, local residents and community groups Peter Malinauskas has finally backflipped and scrapped plans to bulldoze part of the Adelaide Park Lands to make way for the new police barracks.

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"It is an honour to represent my community, the people of Bragg."

The electorate of Bragg

The South Australian electorate of Bragg was named after Sir William Bragg (1862-1942), Professor of Mathematics and Physics at Adelaide University and his son Sir Lawrence Bragg (1890-1971), director of the Cavendish Laboratory, who were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in 1915 for developing the science of X-ray crystallography.

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