Daley elected as new Labor Party leader

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MICHAEL Daley has become the new leader of the NSW Labor Party after easily defeating rival Chris Minns in a party room ballot, with 33-12 votes. Penny Sharpe was voted unopposed as the deputy leader of the party.If you cannot read this email please click here
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