Kiama MP Gareth Ward has criticised the way his federal colleagues are handling marriage equality.
“I think they should have addressed it in parliament once and for all,” he said.
“Now it’s gone to the postal vote, I will be voting yes.”
Meanwhile, South Coast MP Shelley Hancock has taken a more conservative standpoint.
“It is a divisive topic,” she said.
“I think even if we’d gone to the vote, there’d still be inflammatory comments about people from both side of the debate.
“Now we have a postal vote, I think everyone should have a say, and not be disrespected because of their views.
“There are a lot of people who will vote no, and a lot of people who will vote yes.”
Mrs Hancock will be at the Gilmore Community Picnic and Rainbow March on Sunday.
She said she will be voting yes.
“I wasn’t elected to step in the way of someone’s happiness,” she said.