Election


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Gosford, an electorate since 1950

The name Gosford has existed as an electorate since the 1950 election. The seat covers 867.15 square kilometres, including postcodes 2083, 2250, 2256, 2257 and 2775. People can vote early at the Gosford Gateway office,…


Liesl Tesch, Labor Party, sitting member

Sitting Member for Gosford Liesl Tesch says she is passionate about the peninsula. “In just two years I have delivered more than $727,000 worth of community infrastructure to improve local amenities and secured funding to…


Hillary Morris, The Greens

As a past Greens councillor for the former Gosford Council, Hillary Morris said she had seen the impact poor planning has on the Peninsula. “Time and again development applications which did not meet the planning…


Sue Dengate, Liberal Party

Sue Dengate has lived on the Central Coast for more than 45 years, at Umina for 27, and works as a diving instructor in Coast waterways. “As a foundation member of the Peninsula Waterways Committee,…


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Larry Freeman, Shooters, Fishers and Farmers

Larry Freeman says the way NSW is governed needs to change. “The two party system is an out of date relic and doesn’t provide the people of the Gosford electorate with the good representation they…


Patrick Murphy, Animal Justice Party

Patrick Murphy says he realises that standing as a candidate for a minor party such as the AJP in this election gives him a very small chance of getting elected. “But I will truly represent…


Judith Singer, Sustainable Australia

Judy Singer is a director of her family owned and operated small business. After 30 years in business she has gained a wealth of practical business management expertise and life experience. In recent years Singer…



Ross Blaikie, The Australian Conservatives

Ross Blaikie, who lives with his wife and five young children at Kincumber, has a mechanical engineering background and recently moved to the area from Sydney’s Northern Beaches “to escape the traffic jams”. “Unfortunately, I…