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Lowson Anne Fraser
(born 1951) was a New Zealand
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politician of the Labour Party
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She represented the electorate of East Cape
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in Parliament from 1984 to 1990
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. She retired from Parliament in 1990. She is married to former Deputy Prime Minister
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and Finance Minister
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, Michael Cullen.