(From Canberra Times)
IT'S been a busy campaign for NSW National Party leader George Souris.
Launching the drought policy alone saw him drive 14,000km around the western part of the state, and then there were the trips to Orange, Tamworth, Bathurst, Tweed, Dubbo (and the list goes on) to launch other Coalition policies in the three-month lead up to D-day, March 22.
It's a hectic schedule, but one Souris and his staff revel in as they see election day draw nearer.
All seem to be electrified by the challenge before them.
To wrest a Coalition win in NSW, to defeat Premier Bob Carr and his ALP team on the cusp of a third term; that is …