For the last two months the Liberal Party has been engaged in the process of choosing its candidate for our state seat in Hawkesbury.
I put my hand up. Our media policy restricted me from confirming little more than the existence of my nomination, and I have abided by that rule.
Today, the preselection was held and the successful candidate was Clr. Robyn Preston, from Hills Shire Council.
I have worked with Robyn for many years, starting with a time together in the office of Kevin Conolly, the member for Riverstone.
I congratulate Robyn on her successful nomination, and we will work hard to ensure her election and the re-election of the state Liberal government.
What I had to say to our local party members during the preselection campaign helped me reflect on and articulate a lot of what I believe in as an elected representative on Council.
If you wonder what makes me tick, and what makes me so desirous of being a good local Councillor, then this material may be of interest.
I wish Robyn well. She’ll do a great job.
Click below for my campaign brochure:
And here are three of the short videos I produced which spoke to what I believe.