Member for Calare Andrew Gee backed removing workers' Sunday and public holiday penalty rates and putting some welfare payments onto restricted debit cards, according to a parliamentary record collated by the website They Vote For You.
It said he also voted against a Royal Commission into violence and abuse against people with a disability, increasing Aboriginal Land Rights and restrictions on gambling.
Mr Gee has said he would be standing for Saturday's federal election on "my record of delivering services and infrastructure right across the Central West."
His parliamentary record since being elected in July 2016 has been detailed, along with all federal members, on the website based on official parliamentary Hansard records.
It smacks of political spin.Andrew Gee, member for Calare
It said Mr Gee has always voted on party lines never crossing the floor of parliament to vote against the government.
It said Mr Gee was also one of the most regular attendees to parliament with a 97 per cent attendance rate since he was elected.
However, Mr Gee said he believed the website was "false and misleading".
"It doesn't accurately explain what the votes were actually for. It smacks of political spin," he said.
Mr Gee said the "only true and accurate" recording of parliamentary proceedings was Hansard and people should access it to check his voting. "I back my record both in the Parliament and in the electorate," he said.
Other issues listed by the website included that Mr Gee had "very strongly" voted for the same sex marriage plebiscite.
On welfare issues it said Mr Gee has backed drug testing for welfare recipients, tightening means testing of family payments and increasing the Medicare levy to pay for the National Disability Scheme. It said he also opposed increasing funding for legal aid.
It also said Mr Gee supported making more water from the Murray-Darling Basin available to use and backed increasing the initial tax rate for working holiday makers up to 19 per cent.
However, it said Mr Gee had voted against increasing government support for the dairy industry.
According to online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au on Monday, Mr Gee is favoured to retain Calare for the Nationals in Saturday's election but is paying a fairly healthy $1.25 for any supporters who believe he is a certainty.
The Shooters, Fishers and Farmers' Sam Romano is on the second line of betting at $3.35 with Labor's Jess Jennings rated only a $12 chance.
Then comes The Greens' Stephanie Luke ($41), the Christian Democrats' Shuyi Chen ($51) and United Australia Party's Beverley Cameron ($61), with Liberal Democrat Stephen Bisgrove the rank outsider at 100/1.
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten's Labor Party is a short $1.14 favourite to form government, with the Coalition a $5.50 outsider.
Sportsbet has also framed a market on the number of House of Representatives seats expected to be won by each party.
The shortest price ($2.50) is for Labor to win 81-85 of the 150 seats, which would give the party a majority of between 12 and 20 seats, while 86-90 seats is rated a $3 chance.
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