Votes are still be counted in Parramatta on Sunday morning, with Labor MP Julie Owens only a knife's edge ahead in the count.
Ms Owens, who has been the sitting member since 2004, had 50.7 per cent of the vote as of 9am with two voting booths left to be counted.
There has been a 3.6 per cent swing to Liberal candidate Martin Zaiter, which means the margin between Labor and Liberal in the electorate has narrowed significantly from the 4.4 per cent going into the election.
Mr Zaiter has so far recorded a higher number of first preferences votes with 28, 586 votes compared to Ms Owen's 27, 052, but after the distribution of preferences she is in front.
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