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Annette Turner chooses Bourkefor campaign launch

Deputy Premier Paul Toole with plenty of optimism for National Party candidate Annette Turner at the digital launch of her election campaign for the seat of Barwon. Photo TWH

As the final candidates for the seat of Barwon were announced last Thursday, Nationals candidate for the seat of Barwon, Annette Turner, launched her campaign at Bourke, and on the Internet.

Mrs Turner, who has been crisscrossing the electorate with Deputy Premier Paul Toole, Regional Health Minister Bronnie Taylor and Minister for Western NSW Dugald Saunders putting her case for election as the Member for Barwon on March 25.

Speaking at the Bourke Hospital last week, Mrs Turner said that Barwon was a big electorate that needed strong representation from a strong National Party candidate.

“I have lived in this electorate all my life, I know the breadth of the electorate, and as a former CWA president I have experience representing the people of this region on the issues that matter to them,” Mr Turner said.

“During this campaign, I have been travelling for 3,000 kilometres per week from Narrabri to Bourke, Broken Hill and Tibooburra and all points in between.

“I believe that I have the experience and courage to tackle the big issues of health, education, and telephone connectivity and take the communities of Barwon into a bigger, better and brighter future.”

Deputy Premier Paul Toole said that the people of Barwon needed someone like Annette Turner, who he said, would be a strong voice in parliament.

“Please vote one for Annette Turner,” Mr Toole said. “ Annette is doing the miles, she is someone who listens and someone who is not afraid to raise the issues and take action on the issues that affect western New South Wales”. […]

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