Coalition maintains Lindsay push as Frydenberg launches McIntosh’s campaign

Josh Frydenberg in Penrith. Photo: Melinda Jane.
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The Liberal Party is keeping a razor sharp focus on Lindsay, continuing a string of high profile Ministerial visits on Wednesday.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg was the next cab off the rank, visiting Emu Heights air conditioning and heating business Da-Mell where he said the Coalition does not take any seat for granted.

“This business tells the story of so many businesses in this crisis. Their back was against the wall and JobKeeper came to the rescue and our wage subsidies helped them take on three new apprentices,” Mr Frydenbeg said.

“We don’t take any seat for granted and will continue to work very hard on the ground and deliver for local communities.”

Melissa McIntosh’s campaign launch. Photo: Melinda Jane.

My Frydenberg then attended Melissa McIntosh’s campaign launch at Lakeside Restaurant in Penrith to show his support as she fights to retain the marginal seat.

“She is our best member and best choice for the people of Lindsay, and she has displayed that through her hard work and programs she is delivering,” he said.

Mr Frydenberg’s visit comes after Health Minister Greg Hunt was in town last week, and Prime Minister Scott Morrison kicked off his campaign here earlier this month.

Labor is yet to have any high profile visits or announcements in Lindsay.

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