- Gordon MacDonald (Scottish politician)
MacDonald contested the seat of Edinburgh Pentlands in the Scottish Parliament general election, 2011, and defeated the Conservative incumbent David McLetchie by a margin of 1,758 votes. Prior to the election he worked as a management accountant for Lothian Buses (1989-2011).
- ^ a b Chris Marshall and Carla Gray (7 May 2011). "Scottish Parliament election: Profiles of the candidates elected to serve in Edinburgh". Edinburgh Evening News. http://edinburghnews.scotsman.com/topstories/Scottish-Parliament-election-Profiles-of.6764169.jp. Retrieved 7 May 2011.
- ^ BBC News - Election Results - Edinburgh Pentlands
- Biography page at the Scottish Parliament
Members of the Scottish Parliament in the Lothians region Elected in the 2011 election Constituency MSPsAngela Constance (SNP, Almond Valley) · Marco Biagi (SNP, Edinburgh Central) · Kenny MacAskill (SNP, Edinburgh Eastern) · Malcolm Chisholm (Lab, Edinburgh Northern and Leith) · Gordon MacDonald (SNP, Edinburgh Pentlands) · Jim Eadie (SNP, Edinburgh Southern) · Colin Keir (SNP, Edinburgh Western) · Fiona Hyslop (SNP, Linlithgow) · Colin Beattie (SNP, Midlothian North and Musselburgh) Additional Members SNP (8 seats), Labour (4 seats), Conservative (2 seats), Greens (1 seat), Independent (1 seat)
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