Nationals retain Northern Tablelands

Nationals candidate Brendan Moylan celebrated his victory with his family on Saturday evening
25th Jun 2024

Brendan Moylan has been elected by a comfortable margin to become the new member for Northern Tablelands in the NSW Parliament.
While votes are still being counted it appears that he will be elected with similar results to that which were achieved by outgoing member Adam Marshall at the last election, retaining the seat’s status as the safest in the State.
Mr Moylan has received 69.68% of votes on first preference counts to date, and is standing on 86.9% of the vote after the distribution of preferences. The poll will be officially declared on July 10th.
Mr Moylan said he was humbled by the result and by the level of community support across the electorate.
“I have spent the last seven weeks travelling across Northern Tablelands meeting with locals in communities and towns and hearing what matters most to them,” Mr Moylan said.
“While each community has its own challenges, the key issues raised with me as I traversed the electorate were access to healthcare, the cost of living, and law and order.
“I thank the voters of Northern Tablelands for placing their trust in me. They can rest assured I will do all I can to continue Adam Marshall’s hard work in fighting for our communities right across the region.”