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Electoral district of Liverpool

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State  New South Wales
MP  Paul Lynch
Member of parliament  Paul Lynch
Dates current  1950–present
Area  29.3 km²
Party  Australian Labor Party
Electoral district of Liverpool

Liverpool is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly of the Australian state of New South Wales in Sydney's West. It is currently represented by Paul Lynch of the Australian Labor Party.

The district is located in Western Sydney, within the boundaries of the Liverpool City Council. It includes the suburbs of Ashcroft, Busby, Carnes Hill, Cartwright, Green Valley, Heckenberg, Hinchinbrook, Horningsea Park, Hoxton Park, Liverpool, Miller, Sadleir, Warwick Farm and West Hoxton.


Liverpool was created in 1950 and has since always been represented by a member of the Australian Labor Party. It has historically been one of the safest Labor seats in New South Wales and is considered a part of Labor's heartland in Western Sydney[1] [2]. At the 2011 election it became the safest ALP seat with sitting member Paul Lynch winning 64.7% of the two party preferred vote although Ron Hoenig won a larger vote at the Heffron by-election held in August 2012 but that was achieved in the absence of a Liberal opponent.


Electoral district of Liverpool Wikipedia

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