THE Nationals’ greatest threat in the NSW seat of Murray says a Liberal Party wipeout in a safe regional seat has left her feeling buoyant about her own chances at next year’s state election.
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers candidate Helen Dalton said the weekend’s Wagga Wagga by-election showed voters in the bush had run out of patience with the major parties and wanted to see a “complete culture change” in the state’s bureaucracy.
Independent candidate Joe McGirr is poised to be elected in Wagga, a seat held by the Liberal Party for 61 years.
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