Victoria key to Labor’s victory as independent claims Kooyong | 9 News Australia

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Victoria was instrumental in helping the Labor Party secure victory in the 2022 federal election, as voters in Kooyong shunned the Liberals, with teal independent Dr Monique Ryan projected to win the seat off Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.

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