If Andrew Constance and John Barilaro both run, that would subject NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, who only has a two-seat majority, to two byelections.

Mr Albanese cited analysis by ABC election expert Anthony Green which showed Mr Kelly’s personal vote was worth between 3 and 4 per cent.
“The Coalition start as favourites in this byelection. I think there’s no question that that’s the case if you look at the analysis of the vote, and how much of a personal vote Mike Kelly has,” Mr Albanese said.
“But it is an opportunity for the people of Eden-Monaro to send Scott Morrison, in particular, and the government a message.”
Of all electorates in Australia, Eden-Monaro was the hardest hit by the drought and the bushfires over summer. It includes the southern NSW town of Cobargo where Mr Morrison infamously tried to shake the hand of a hostile bushfire victim as well as an angry firefighter.
Both the nationals and the Liberal Party will field candidates while Labor is pursuing the high-profile mayor of the Bega Valley Shire, Kristy McBain, who distinguished herself among the local community during the fires.
NSW Deputy Premier and Nationals leader John Barilaro, who holds the state seat of Monaro, is seriously considering running, as is NSW Transport Minster Andrew Constance, a Liberal, whose state seat of Bega also overlaps Eden-Monaro.
It is understood Mr Constance will not run if Mr Barilaro does run, and will likely contest the federal seat of Gilmore at the next general election.
If Mr Constance and Mr Barilaro both ran, they would have to resign and that would subject NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, who only has a two-seat majority and a restive backbench, to two byelections.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic swamping federal politics, Mr Kelly said the impact of drought and fire meant parties would have to campaign hard on climate change.