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Which party is in government 2015?

Which party is in government 2015?

The one-term incumbent Liberal/National Coalition Government led by Premier Mike Baird and Deputy Premier Troy Grant was re-elected to a second four-year term with a slightly reduced majority in the Legislative Assembly, where government is formed.

When was the last New South Wales state election?

Elections for the 56th Parliament were held on 28 March 2015. The Liberal-National Coalition Government was returned for a second term with a reduced majority of eight seats in the Legislative Assembly and a slightly increased proportion of Legislative Council seats.

How long has NSW been liberal?

Liberal Party of Australia (New South Wales Division)

New South Wales Liberals
Deputy Leader Stuart Ayres
President Philip Ruddock
Founded 4 January 1945
Headquarters 100 William Street, Woolloomooloo, Sydney, New South Wales

How often state elections NSW?

NSW General Elections The term of a Parliament in NSW is four years. The Constitution Act 1902‚Äč specifies that, if the previous Parliament has expired, a General Election will take place on the fourth Saturday in March following the expiration.

Who is the next premier of NSW?

Premier of New South Wales
Incumbent Dominic Perrottet since 5 October 2021
Department of Premier and Cabinet
Style The Honourable (formal) Premier (informal)
Status Head of Government

What does the NSW election 2018 result mean for the Illawarra?

The NSW Election delivers an unchanged political landscape across the Illawarra, South Coast and Southern Highlands Incumbent Nationals MP Kevin Anderson has claimed victory in the seat of Tamworth, in northern New South Wales. The Nationals’ Kevin Humphries looks set to retain the massive far west seat of Barwon but with a slimmer margin.

Who won the NSW state election 2018?

Mike Baird is re-elected as New South Wales Premier despite a big swing to Labor in the state election. Counting is underway in the NSW state election with polls pointing to a comfortable victory for the incumbent Coalition led by Premier Mike Baird.

Could the NSW election have a big impact on the federal government?

The upcoming New South Wales election could have huge implications for the Federal Government. The two state leaders went head-to-head last night in a debate facilitated by the ABC’s political editor Chris Uhlmann.

Will NSW voters re-elect the coalition government?

Polls show voters in New South Wales are likely to re-elect the Coalition government led by Premier Mike Baird, after a campaign dominated by their plan to privatise electricity poles and wires.

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