Premier Mike Baird joined Baulkham Hills MP David Elliott and Hills Councillor Mark
Taylor to officially launch the 2015 Liberal Campaign for Seven Hills at Northmead Bowling Club.
Mr Elliott said Councillor Taylor was a popular figure amongst the local community and would make a fine Member of Parliament.
“Mark’s career in the NSW Police Force has seen him establish very strong networks and
friendships in the Seven Hills electorate,” Mr Elliott said.
“Mark will do a fine job representing the new electorate of Seven Hills if he is successful at the 2015 election.
“Much of my current electorate will feature in the new electorate of Seven Hills and I have been overwhelmed at the community support for Mark as he looks to continue the good work of the Premier and the Government in rebuilding NSW.”
Cr Taylor said the attendance indicated a groundswell of support for the work the Government was doing in the Seven Hills electorate.
“Whether it is the upgrades of Blacktown and Westmead Hospitals, the construction of the North West Rail Link, the introduction of the Opal Card or upgrading our local schools, the Seven Hills electorate has seen the benefits of the hard work of the Baird Government,” Cr Taylor said.
“The strong attendance at Northmead Bowling Club today, where more than 100 members of the local community turned out, demonstrated how much the local community values a Government which means, and delivers, what it promises.”
The new electorate of Seven Hills replaces the abolished electorate of Toongabbie, and will consist of the suburbs, or parts of, Kings Langley, Old Toongabbie, Northmead, Seven Hills, Toongabbie and Winston Hills.