CHANGES to state electoral boundaries see Labor as having a small winning margin in two of the Mornington Peninsula’s three seats.
However, both major parties have reduced margins in seats they already hold on the peninsula.
Hastings, held by Liberal Neale Burgess since 2006, has swung 1.5 per cent to Labor, changing Mr Burgess’s 1.1 per cent winning margin to a 0.4 per cent loss in Labor’s favour.
Labor, which gained a foothold on the normally solid Liberal peninsula with the election in 2019 of Chris Brayne in Nepean, sees his margin clipped from 0.9 per cent to 0.6 per cent.
Mornington, held by Liberal David Morris since November 2006, remains unchanged at 5 per cent.
In Neighbouring Frankston, Labor’s Paul Edbrooke sees his margin increase from 9.7 per cent to 10.2 per cent.