NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and deputy premier John Barilaro will visit Taree to promote “the government’s vision for the future of regional NSW”, according to MidCoast Business Chamber (MBC).
The high profile political visit comes as parties look to the 2019 State election which is likely to be in March. Voters transformed Myall Lakes from a “safe” National Party seat to a “fairly safe” seat at the last election, according to the Australian Electoral Commission definition. A “fairly safe” seat is when the leading party receives between 56-60 per cent of the two-party preferred (TPP) vote. National Party member, Stephen Bromhead secured 58.74 per cent with Labor candidate, David Keegan 41.46 per cent on TPP. The result giving both parties cause to focus on issues of interest to voters in the electorate.
To attend contact Christy at GPB Partners on 6551 1660 by May 24. The cost is $35.
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