Nathaniel Smith and Wendy Tuckerman have both come out in support of newly-elected premier Dominic Perrottet.
Mr Perrottet was elected leader by a huge margin of 39 to 5 by the Liberal party room on Tuesday after the shock resignation of former Premier Gladys Berejiklian last Friday.
Praising the move, the Member for Wollondilly Mr Smith said his ascension to the leadership alongside new deputy Stuart Ayres was the right move for the party.
"I welcome this result," he said.
"It is the right leadership team for our times that balances youth and experience.
"In Dominic Perrottet, not only do I have a good friend as our new Premier but as the people of Wollondilly will soon discover, so do they."
Mr Smith said he believed the former Treasurer, who has divided opinion due to his conservative beliefs, would work hard to win the electorate over before the next election in 2023.
"Dominic is not just a colleague but a very good friend," he explained.
"It is a relationship that has spanned more than 25 years. We attended the same school, and as a young plumber, Dominic recruited me to the Liberal Party.
"I still vividly recall his pitch. As many young tradies eventually do, I was in the process of setting up my own small business. 'Dom' explained to me the stark differences between the Liberal and Labor parties.
"The simplicity of his policy explanations that day and his level of conviction in his ideas and arguments gives me enormous confidence that he will win over the NSW electorate. He is someone who understands small business, the daily balances of family and career, and the limited role government should play in our lives."
His thoughts were echoed by colleague and Member for Goulburn Wendy Tuckerman, who said she was hopeful the new Premier would continue supporting the region.
"I consider Dominic Perrottet an excellent choice to give the people of NSW certainty and hope during the incredibly challenging time we face right now," she said.
"Since I was elected as the Member for Goulburn, Dominic has been a tremendous supporter of the entire Goulburn electorate. I look forward to continuing to work closely with him in his new role as Premier."
Mrs Tuckerman said she believed the new Premier's time as Treasurer during the pandemic would serve him well.
"Mr Perrottet has been at the forefront of the state's leadership through the pandemic and will continue to deliver for the people of New South Wales as we get on with the job," she explained.
"Mr Perrottet has my trust and confidence as Premier to lead the state through this period in a way which we will come out stronger and more resilient. In under a week NSW will be out of lockdown, slowly returning to getting on with our lives.
"I am optimistic about the future of NSW and the electorate of Goulburn."
In a statement on Tuesday Mr Perrottet stressed the need to look to the regions although he did promise the heart of his government would be in Western Sydney.
"I'd like to acknowledge and congratulate my Deputy, Stuart Ayres, who's long been a fighter for Western Sydney - and that's where the heart of this government will be," he said.
"To my wife Helen and our kids: without your love and support I simply would not be here today.
"Being Premier is a great honour - but I want to be clear that the job I have committed to today is not just to lead NSW, but to serve the people of our State.
"Today is not about us, sitting in Macquarie Street, it's about the 8 million people who call our great State home."
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