Election 2023: NSW decides
9NEWS SYDNEY’S COMPREHENSIVE LINEUP INCLUDES THE GREAT DEBATE AND ROLLING ELECTION NIGHT COVERAGE
As New South Wales prepares to head to the polls on Saturday, March 25, 9News Sydney will offer viewers unrivalled coverage of the state election.
With the campaign in full swing, each night at 6.00pm 9News journalists are keeping the people of Sydney informed about the issues that matter, cutting through the spin and helping voters understand what the parties are promising.
In what is expected to be a tight race between the Coalition and Labor, on Wednesday, March 15, at 12.00pm AEDT, Premier Dominic Perrottet and Opposition Leader Chris Minns will go head-to-head live in The Great Debate on Channel 9 and 9Now.
9News Sydney’s Peter Overton will moderate the one-hour debate as the two men fighting to lead the state for the next four years try to convince our viewers why they should vote for them. Overton will be joined by Liz Daniels (9News State Political Reporter), Chris O’Keefe (2GB Drive Host) and Alexandra Smith (Sydney Morning Herald State Political Editor) as they break down the debate and unpack the key takeaway points for voters.
On Saturday, March 25, the 9News rolling election night coverage starts at 5.00pm AEDT on Channel 9 and 9Now with breaking news and interviews from the polling booths.
Nine’s Election 2023 panel, hosted by Peter Overton, will feature the unparalleled expertise of key names from state politics past and present – the Decision Desk, including:
- Mike Baird AO (LIB) – former Premier of NSW
- Carmel Tebbutt (LAB) – former Deputy Premier of NSW
- Morris Iemma (LAB) – former Premier of NSW
- Sarah Mitchell (NAT) – NSW Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning
- Andrew Constance (LIB) – former NSW Minister for Transport and Roads
Also joining the panel, Charles Croucher (Chief Political Editor for 9News), Liz Daniels and Chris O’Keefe will deliver expert analysis and break the latest news as Nine calls the results.
At 6.00pm AEDT, 9News Sydney will reveal early results and the latest news updates from reporters stationed in key electorates across the state.
And as the race to take the reins of Macquarie Street develops, the five analysts on the Decision Desk will dive into the voting trends to dissect the data live, project the winners and keep our viewers right on top of the crucial seat count.
Viewers outside NSW can watch Nine’s dedicated NSW Election Channel live and free on 9Now from 2.00pm AWST in Western Australia, 3.30pm ACST in the Northern Territory, 4.00pm AEST in Queensland, 4.30pm ACDT in South Australia, and 5.00pm in Victoria.