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Who is my local member?

Who is my local member?

To find out the name of your local member you first need to establish the electorate in which you reside.  You can do this by visiting the NSW Electoral Commission website and entering the details of your suburb and street: https://roll.elections.nsw.gov.au/areafinder/

Once you have identified the details of your electoral district you can click through the Electoral Commission pages to obtain the name of your local member or you can proceed straight to the pages on this website that relate to members of the Legislative Assembly.  

Each member of the Legislative Assembly has a profile page that gives more information about their electorate, their parliamentary career and how to contact them. You can view your local member’s profile by following the ‘Members’ link in the blue bar at the top of the Parliament’s home page or by selecting ‘Members’ on the green bar for the Legislative Assembly.

Some member’s profile pages also contain links to their inaugural and other speeches in Hansard, questions they have asked on notice and notices of motion they have given in Parliament.