Friday, June 21, 2024

Hagarty named as Labor candidate for Leppington

NSW Labor has announced Liverpool City Councillor, Nathan Hagarty, as the party’s candidate for Leppington for the NSW State Election in March 2023.

NSW Labor Leader, Chris Minns said Cr Hagarty brings a wealth of experience in advocating for his local community to his candidacy.

“Nathan is a candidate who not only knows this electorate back to front but is also passionate about achieving outcomes for its residents,” said Mr Minns.

“He is a person who can deliver for the people for Leppington.

“There’s no doubt this election will be an uphill battle, but candidates like Nathan will be a strong voice for change and the fresh start that Leppington needs.”

As a local councillor and lifelong resident of Western Sydney, Cr Hagarty said he believes his electorate is ready for change.

“I know this will be a tough election, and I don’t take anything for granted, but I love this community and believe we deserve better,” he said.

“After 12 long years this Liberal government has presided over crisis’ in our health and education systems, overdevelopment in our local suburbs and an under investment in core infrastructure we desperately need.

“I will be fighting day in and day out to ensure every single person in Leppington has access to the immense opportunities that our state has to offer.

“It’s time for a fresh start in NSW and  only a Minns Labor government can deliver that. I look forward to the opportunity to deliver for the community of Leppington.”

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