Corrigan was elected the member for the Camden in 2003, in a close-run election after the retirement of Liz Kernohan. He defeated Liberal candidate Paul Masina and independent Eva Campbell; both he and Campbell were former mayors of Camden. Corrigan was re-elected in March 2007, defeating Liberal candidate Camden mayor Chris Patterson. Corrigan was defeated by Patterson in the 2011 election.
- "Mr (Geoff) Geoffrey Corrigan, MP". Members of Parliament. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 2007-02-27.
- Cunningham, Sean (28 March 2007). "Too close for comfort". Camden Advertiser. Retrieved 2007-09-05.[dead link]
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