The Liberal Party has called on the NSW Electoral Commission to push Wagga's seat boundary south past Tumbarumba, and Labor wants to see the seat expand north to take in Gundagai.
Meanwhile, the Nationals' suggestion to abolish the seat of Murray has its resident Shooters Party MP claiming her opponents are trying to push her out of Parliament via bureaucracy.
"Their official reason [is] to give people in remote parts of the state better access to the local member," Murray MP Helen Dalton said in a statement on her Facebook page.
"The Nats proposed re-drawing of electoral boundaries would force me out of Parliament of NSW.
"Seems they are too scared to take me on at election time - so are trying to rig the rules to get rid of me."
Wagga MP Joe McGirr said he would seek feedback from the community on the variety of suggested changes to his seat. "I'm yet to be convinced there is a need to change the seat at all," he said.
"The Liberals' submission excludes a lot of Lockhart and only The Rock is left in and I think Lockhart Council are not particularly happy with that.
"I can see the sense with Tumbarumba being linked but they might disagree with that."
The electoral commission has received more than 40 submissions on how it should redraw the state's political map in response to growing populations.
The Liberal Party's boundary submission also called for most of Lockhart council area to move from Wagga to Albury except for The Rock to "compensate" for shifting part of Wagga's boundary south to the Victorian border, which would also see Khancoban change seats.
"Tumbarumba has always had a stronger community of interest with Wagga than Albury," the Liberals' submission stated.
"Now that Tumbarumba Shire is amalgamated into Snowy Valleys local government area, it is an obvious addition to Wagga."
Lockhart council made its own submission arguing that its local government area "should be contained within the one electoral district and that it should remain in the electorate of Wagga".
"The submission is made having regard to the community of interest and the social, educational and cultural connection between the shire and the City of Wagga, as well as the connection with Wagga for accessing government services," Lockhart's submission stated.
Labor said moving Gundagai to Wagga was "significant but logical".
Public comments on electoral boundary changes will be received until July 15.