After 20 years in limbo the National Party has reformed in Tasmania and is confident of winning one or two seats in the March state election.

Federal President of the National Party Christine Ferguson says the executive of the state branch will meet tomorrow to discuss the upcoming election campaign.

Christine Ferguson says the discussions will centre on policy and the nomination of candidates for the state election.

The Federal President says no decision has been made at this stage whether candidates will contest all five seats in Tasmania, but is on record as saying the whole of the state is really a regional area.

Christine Ferguson says they regret not endorsing a candidate for the Senate at the recent federal election and believe they can take votes from the Palmer United Party, Labor and the Greens at the upcoming election.

Christine Ferguson is based in New South Wales, but along with husband Colin run a farm at Ouse in the Derwent Valley.

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