As Australian voters get ready for the poll on May 18, four candidates have put their hands up for the seat of Riverina.
Weve pulled together an overview of what they stand for, their background, and last words before election day.
In ballot order.
Michael McCormack, Nationals
“I just get on and do my job. I never forget that Riverina people are the ones that I'm there to serve first.”
Bio in brief: Incumbent Riverina MP, leader of the Nationals, deputy prime minister, father of three, former newspaper editor
Priorities: Infrastructure, inland rail, new dam
Michael Bayles, Greens
“Take The Greens seriously. Look at our policies.”
Bio in brief: Retired scientist, raised on a dairy farm, former R&D with Sunrice in Leeton, moved to Wagga after retirement
Priorities: Climate change, renewables, public services
Mark Jeffreson, Labor
“The economy's there to serve the people who contribute to it, not the other way around.”
Bio in brief: Financial planner,born in Holbrook, lived Albury, Canberra, in Wagga since 1987, married with three children
Priorities: Money back into schools and hospitals, infrastructure
Richard Foley, United Australia Party
“I'm a candidate who's a fair dinkum candidate who knows what it's like to struggle. I know I've got calluses on my hands at the end of the day.”
Bio in brief: Plasterer, born in Narrandera, spent most of formative years in Wagga, stints in Melbourne and Europe, former farmer
Priorities: Greater electorate-member connections, sovereign wealth fund, ports, water