John Lind Johansen was a Norwegian politician for the Labour Party.
He was born at Aarstein in Ibbestad.
He studies fisheries in France and Belgium, and spent his working career as a fisher and farmer. He was elected to the Parliament of Norway already in the 1903 election, representing the constituencies of Tromsø Amt. The Labour Party went from 0 to 4 seats after the 1903 election, all representatives of Northern Norway.
In addition to Lind Johansen, they were Meyer Foshaug, Alfred Eriksen and Jørg Berge.
Also, Adam Egede-Nissen was elected on the Liberal Party ballot. Johansen was re-elected from the new single-member constituency Trondenes in 1906 to serve one more term.
He was a member of Ibbestad municipal council, and served as deputy mayor, for some time.