Premier Dominic Perrottet made marketing campaign pit stops in each Sydney seats, Strathfield and Willoughby, whereas opposition chief Chris Minns began his morning within the Bega citizens.
Prime minister Scott Morrison gave a shout out to his “pricey buddy” Bridget Sakr vying to win for the Liberals in Strathfield, as federal Labor chief Anthony Albanese lent a hand in pitching for votes on the bottom in the identical citizens.
Former deputy premier John Barilaro was additionally out spruiking for the Nationals candidate he backed to interchange him in Monaro.
Nonetheless, a notable absence on polling day is Ms Berejiklian.
Liberal candidate Tim James is tipped to be her successor because the member for Willoughby, a protected blue-ribbon seat on Sydney’s north shore.
It’s one other story in Bega, the place Labor is hoping it could internet a “historic win”.
The seat on the state’s south coast was held by Liberal and former transport minister Andrew Constance on 6.9 per cent margin.
Labor has by no means gained it, however the celebration is hopeful native gynaecologist and obstetrician Michael Holland is about to interrupt the drought.