Saturday, November 10, 2018

Michael Daley is the new NSW Labor leader

"I am not here to save the furniture. We are here to win the 2019 election. And that is what we will do for the people who rely so heavily on us," he said.
"The Labor Party stands today as a united team, ready to govern, we are full of fighting spirit, we are hungry, we will win the election in March 2019."

Mr Daley said his policy priorities would be reducing road tolls in western Sydney, driving down energy bills through the growth of renewable energy, providing jobs to the suburbs and regions of NSW, and making Sydney more livable.
Mr Daley said he was from the suburbs where he had seen the struggles ordinary people went through and where he had forged his admiration for working people.
"My first job as an 11 or 12-year-old was delivering newspapers in South Maroubra through the housing estates."
Mr Daley said he worked for Customs and put himself through law at night.

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"I worked for 20 years before I came to this place. I was driven to enter public life to make life better to those people that I grew up with and pursue policies that would improve their lives."
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Michael Daley is the new NSW Labor leader, convincingly beating water
spokesman Chris Minns 33 votes to 12 in a vote at NSW Labor headquarters

Michael Daley and Deputy Leader Penny Sharpe speak to media after the NSW  Labor party leadership ballot.
Michael Daley and Deputy Leader Penny Sharpe speak to media after the NSW Labor party leadership ballot.Credit:Dominic Lorrimer

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