Bridget McKenzie facing calls to quit after auditors condemn ‘biased’ sports cash splash | ABC News

Nationals deputy leader Bridget McKenzie is facing calls to resign amid accusations she used a $100 million sports grants program as a slush-fund in the lead up to last year’s election.

An auditor-general’s report has found the Minister ignored expert advice and funnelled money into marginal coalition seats, as well as those the party was targetting.

Political reporter Jane Norman begins the coverage.

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