The ALP easily won the 2003 New South Wales state election.
The ALP won 55 seats, the same number it had won in 1999. The Liberal Party retained the 20 seats it had won in 1999, whilst the National Party won 12 seats, a loss of one.
It was the ALP’s third consecutive victory (1995,1999 & 2003) under Bob Carr. Carr retired in 2005.
These are the speeches by Premier Bob Carr and Opposition Leader John Brogden on election night.
- Listen to Bob Carr’s speech (6m)
- Listen to John Brogden (7m)