NSW Labor leader Luke Foley says Sally Quinnell will be a staunch advocate for Sydney’s South West, after she was officially endorsed as Labor’s candidate for Camden in the 2019 State Election.

An Ellis Lane resident, Sally and her husband Damien are raising their 3 children locally and are heavily involved in the school and sporting communities.

Sally is a teacher and small business owner with strong ties to the Camden community, holding the same concerns about the lack of services in the area to meet the needs of the growing population.

Sally ran second on Camden Labor’s first ever Camden Council South Ward ticket, which was instrumental in Labor’s outpolling of the Liberals in their traditional stronghold.

Sally has joined Labor’s campaign taking on the Berejiklian Government and incumbent MP Chris Patterson over their unfair plans to continue tolling on the M5 including slugging drivers for the M5 East Tunnel. People in Sydney’s South West have also been some of the hardest hit in the state by the 20 percent rise in power bills the NSW Government is responsible for.

If elected, Sally will join a corps of South West Sydney MPs in NSW Parliament on Macquarie Street who represent their constituent’s interests in the face of an increasingly hostile Liberal-National Government.

Quotes attributable to NSW Opposition Leader Luke Foley

“Western Sydney has been nothing but an afterthought for this Liberal State Government.

“Sally Quinnell will make sure that the issues that are first and foremost on the minds of Camden residents will get a hearing in Macquarie Street.

Quotes attributable to Campbelltown MP Greg Warren 

“Residents in Sydney’s South West are feeling the cost of living pressures with unfair and unaffordable tolls, higher train fares and rising electricity prices – it’s time to send a strong message to Premier Berejiklian that they have had enough.

“If elected, Sally Quinnell will be a strong voice for Camden in Macquarie Street.”

Quotes attributable to Labor Candidate for Camden Sally Quinnell

“I’m honoured to be selected as Labor’s candidate for Camden at the 2019 state election. The Berejiklian Government has failed the people of Camden and Sydney’s South West in general.

“Labor will fight for more funding for our schools and TAFE and put a stop to the increasing cost of living pressures we’ve seen under the Berejiklian Government.”