David Clarke - Politics

Politics

  • David Clarke (Australian politician), member of the New South Wales Legislative Council
  • David A. Clarke (1943–1997), District of Columbia politician
  • Dave Clarke (politician) (born 1960), politician in Kingston, Ontario, Canada

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