What if Labor wins in NSW but Chris Minns loses his seat?

Labor Chief Chris Minns holds probably the most marginal voters within the state. What occurs if he loses Kogarah and his occasion wins authorities?

NSW Labor Chief Chris Minns (Picture: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

NSW Labor faces the bizarre threat of being and not using a chief even when it wins the March state election, insiders say, as Opposition Chief Chris Minns’ seat of Kogarah in Sydney’s south is probably the most marginal within the state.

Kogarah is on the razor-thin margin of 0.1%, which means it will solely take about 60 of the voters’s roughly 60,000 voters to swing the seat for the Coalition. That’s if the federal government can discover a candidate. Liberals have instructed Crikey the occasion nonetheless hasn’t discovered anybody to run.

“We truly don’t have somebody keen to place their hand up,” a Liberal supply mentioned. 

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