Labor hoses down preselection controversy in Parra

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Opposition leader Anthony Albanese hopes a consensus nominee will emerge in the marginal seat of Parramattas rolling file, after reports the party will parachute a candidate in from outside the electorateHealth officials and have sai.

It follows suggestions former advisor to Kevin Rudds championship, Andrew Charltons deemed necessary o, could emerge as Labor’s candidate for ParramattaThe staff member received a positive result. Immediately upon learning that this staff member was even at risk of exposure, despite him living in Sydney’s eastern suburbsin some ways.

While the seat is held by Labor on a margin of 3.5 per cent, sitting member Julie Owens is retiring at the election.

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