Gilmore MP Ann Sudmalis, like all government members, endured a torrid day in parliament on Tuesday.
First up a party room meeting saw a leadership spill contested, with Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton defeated by a narrow margin.
However, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s future remains under a cloud.
Then came a bruising Question Time is which a no confidence motion in the PM was debated but failed.
It remains unclear whether the Member for Gilmore voted for Mr Turnbull or Mr Dutton.
Earlier in the day, a senior Liberal source contacted Fairfax Media claiming she voted for Mr Dutton, even though Mrs Sudmalis received a glowing endorsement from the PM in May.
“Ann Sudmalis did not vote for Malcolm Turnbull in the leadership spill,” the source said.
“She voted along with the hard right (faction)."
Mrs Sudmalis neither confirmed nor refuted the accusation.
“From the outset, I will make it clear that no one knows how I voted other than me and that I will never comment on internal Party Room affairs,” she said in a statement.
“My focus remains on delivering for the Gilmore electorate.
“This has and always will be my priority and the Turnbull Government has demonstrated this commitment through local projects including the Kiama Aged Care of Excellence and the Dunn Lewis Centre in Ulladulla.
“Jobs creation is critical, and through the $20 million Regional Jobs Investment Package we have created 1000 jobs in the region, in addition to the new Local Employment Initiative Fund and Employment Facilitators in Gilmore.
“With more than $240 million already delivered for road upgrades across all three local government areas, including $178 million for the new Nowra Bridge, four intersections, and the Far North Collector Road, I will continue to fight for more funding and safer roads.
“The drought is affecting many regions in Gilmore and I am continuing to work with, and advocate for, our local dairy farmers to raise awareness of the challenges they are facing.
“The concerns of my constituents are my priority.”