The Labor Party 's 1992 Leadership Election lead to Josh Meceil being re-elected leader of the Labor Party.
|Labor 1992 Leadership|
|Date||September 15th, 1992|
|Candidate #1||Josh Meceil|
|Candidate #2||Andrew Pillin|
|Candidate #3||Ulle Johnson|
Josh Meceil, the incumbent leader of the Labor Party was re-elected on September 15th, 1992 to lead the party in the upcoming elections due to fairly decent polling, his experience in economics as a former banker and economist, and his friendships with members of the national party that could help to form a coalition.
Andrew Pillin ran a hard campaign against Josh Meceil, however, was too little known in the general public and as such, he did not win the leadership election.
Ulle Johnson was a recent immigrant to the nation and ran simply to increase his popularity within the party and get on the national stage. It backfired and left him without a parliament seat in the 1992 General Election.