As we edge closer and closer to the state election, NSW residents are gearing up to decide who they want to vote for.
Between the two major parties - NSW Liberals and NSW Labor - there are plenty of promises and pledges of action. And it can be a little overwhelming to find out where they actually stand on the issues you care about most.
According to the audience and survey data we've collected, there are five key issues determining how NSW women from our Mamamia audience will vote. Cost of living, climate change action, health and hospital funding, action on family violence and rental crisis management all came in on top as the issues Mamamia's audience care about.
So, we decided to ask Chris Minns and Dominic Perrottet where their political parties actually stand on these issues.
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Here's what the Leader of the Opposition, Chris Minns, said to Mamamia about Labor's plans if they win the upcoming state election.
What NSW Labor plans to do on cost of living.
"Under the Liberals, tolls, taxes, fees, fines and charges are all up. And the Liberals' addiction to privatisation has left the people of NSW vulnerable to severe price shocks. Labor will deliver much-needed and urgent cost of living relief, with a cap on tolls, and an energy rebate for 1.6 million households. We will also protect our state assets from privatisation," Chris Minns said to Mamamia.