NSW guide launched

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While the federal election is now over, the two biggest state elections in Australia are just around the corner: Victoria in November, and New South Wales in March 2023.

I released my Victorian election guide at the start of the year, but I have now finished compiling my New South Wales election guide.

Most of each of these guides is currently accessible only to those who donate $5 or more per month via Patreon, but there are some freebies available.

For New South Wales, the four free seats are:

  • East Hills – the Coalition’s most marginal seat, but a seat that barely shifted in 2015 and 2019.
  • Leppington – a new seat drawn in south-west Sydney with a slim notional Labor margin, but in an area expecting a large amount of population growth in the near future.
  • Parramatta – my local seat, a Liberal seat held by a slightly wider margin, but the seat was significantly redrawn to lose some of the Liberal Party’s best areas, reducing the margin from 10.6% to 6.3%.
  • South Coast – as an example of safer Liberal seats that could potentially be in play, the sitting member here is retiring with a margin of 10.6%. It will probably stay in Liberal hands, but it could be interesting.

For now, I haven’t bothered to fill in the candidate section, but I will do that later this year Next up, I’ll be updating my Victorian guides with as many candidates as I can identify.

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