Of the first 30-odd roadshow events held since February, at least 27 were in Liberal or National seats

Labor has raised concerns the government’s new small business roadshow program has so far overwhelmingly visited Coalition-held seats, suggesting Coalition voters are being rewarded with better access to services.

Of the first 30-odd roadshow events held since the program started on 20 February, at least 27 were in Liberal or National seats, just two in Labor seats and one in Indi, which is held by an independent, according to a Labor analysis of small business minister Michael McCormack’s media releases and other public statements.

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