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Abbie Chatfield casts her vote in state election as she stands in front of Green Party poster and encourages NSW residents to ‘kick the Liberals out’

Abbie Chatfield has pleaded with her New South Wales followers to vote in the State election, saying it’s time to ‘kick the Liberals out’. 

The radio host posted a photo to her Instagram grid on Saturday, which showed her standing in front of a Green Party canvassing poster. 

In capital letters, she captioned the post: ‘New South Wales! Vote Today! Vote for change! Use your preferences. Do not just Vote 1.

‘Climate action, rental crisis assistance, First Nations rights, LGBTQIA+ rights and so much more is at stake!

‘As a comment says: Kick the Liberals out!’

Abbie Chatfield (pictured) has pleaded with her New South Wales followers to vote in the State election, saying it's time to 'kick the Liberals out'

Abbie Chatfield (pictured) has pleaded with her New South Wales followers to vote in the State election, saying it’s time to ‘kick the Liberals out’

Abbie posted the photo on Saturday morning, five hours before polling stations closed. 

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In it, she stood outside her local booth in a black sports bra and several election posters are seen in the background.  

The most prominent one is a Green Party poster that says ‘Climate Action Now!’ 

She edited the caption after the photo was posted, however, Instagram doesn’t show what changes have been made.

The radio host posted a photo to her Instagram grid on Saturday, which showed her standing in front of a Green Party canvassing poster

The radio host posted a photo to her Instagram grid on Saturday, which showed her standing in front of a Green Party canvassing poster

Comments have also been limited on the post, but many of her followers echoed her opinions, while others questioned her views. 

Author Helen Chikx agreed with Abbie, as she commented: ‘Yep – Liberals out please and thank you’.

While another user wrote: ‘Get rid of them! But we also need the upper house to be less right leaning so voting below the line to the left also helps!’

And a third said: ‘Didn’t you say you own 7 properties? Or did I misread that?’

The radio host has previously been vocal about her anti-Liberal views. 

Millions of residents turned out across the state to place their votes on Saturday, contending with both rain and sunshine at different stages throughout the day. 

More than 1.5 million residents also voted early across the state, according to the NSW Electoral Commission, with 127,653 postal votes returned as well.

Abbie posted the photo on Saturday morning, five hours before polling stations closed

Abbie posted the photo on Saturday morning, five hours before polling stations closed

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