The Nationals proved they did not know how to deal with Tony Windsor in 1991 and 2001, and in 2012 they appear to be working vigorously to entrench the trend.
It’s not certain Mr Windsor, 61, will contest the election scheduled for late next year, but the Nationals are operating on the basis that he will, and in desperation have gone outside their own ranks to compete with him.
Richard Torbay, a former ALP member who currently is an independent state MP will become a National to contest Mr Windsor’s seat of New England. Cop that Barnaby.
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