The city is at the pointy end of this byelection with only days left until voting day.
Barely a corner can be turned in Wagga without being confronted with a poster sporting the face of a candidate or flyers directing us to vote a certain way.
For weeks, since the byelection was announced on August 6, candidates have made their cases about what they intend to offer for the city.
And it is still so hard to determine exactly which way the city is swinging.
Are people voting for the candidate they think will actually deliver on their promises, the candidate they feel is most trustworthy or the candidate they believe will bring in the most money?
Or do you try and shake things up by voting independent to marginalise the major parties?
Although, some feel that independent candidates will not be able to get much done because they are not affiliated with a political party.
There is so much to consider and it’s really important the city gets it right.
Since Daryl Maguire was ousted, residents have been quite vocal about wanting change.
This is their chance to ensure it happens.
And there has been no shortage of information or campaigning, especially from the Berejiklian government.
They haven’t pulled any punches.
Their candidate, Julia Ham, has been flanked by 17 out of 23 ministers in the past few weeks.
Never before have we seen so many high profile visitors in such a short period of time.
You cannot say the Liberals are not trying but with Ms Ham polling with a 27 per cent chance last week, there is no guarantee these abundance of visits will ensure her success.
Whatever the residents decide is the best for them and their city, the most important thing to remember in such a tight race is to not waste your vote.
The winner is expected to be decided on preferences so put thought into your vote, number all the boxes to give your choice a fighting chance.