NSW State Election 2023: Here are the Australian candidates of Greek heritage


With just over one week to go until the NSW State Election on Saturday, March 25, a close competition has unfolded between Labor and the Liberals.

According to preliminary data, the NSW Liberal Party, led by Premier Dominic Perrottet, is facing tough competition from NSW Labor, headed by Chris Minns.

The Greek Herald has rounded up the names of at least 9 Australians of Greek heritage contesting this year’s state election across all political parties. Here are their names:

Canterbury District

  • Sophie Cotsis, Labor

Cronulla District

  • Domna Giannakis, Informed Medical Options Party

Miranda District

  • Eleni Petinos, Liberal

Mount Druitt District

  • Andrew Dudas, Animal Justice Party

Newtown District

  • Fiona Douskou, Liberal

Port Stephens District

  • Angela Ketas, Informed Medical Options Party

Rockdale District

  • Steve Kamper, Labor

Summer Hill District

  • Izabella Antoniou, The Greens

Legislative Council

  • Courtney Houssos, Labor

*NOTE: The above candidates were identified by surname. If you believe you should be on this list, please email us at info@foreignlanguage.com.au.




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