The two front-runners in Wagga's local government election dominated the votes at all but one of Saturday's polling booths, according to initial results.
Election leaders Clean Out Council, led by boat club commodore Mick Henderson, were the winners at 12 of the region's 20 voting stations and were the favourites at almost all booths in outlying towns and villages.
Labor, who are just behind the leaders in the vote tally, picked up the most votes at seven polling stations, all of which were located in Wagga suburbs.
The popularity of Tarcutta local Alexandra Cesnik lifted Here For You into the top spot at the region's eastern-most voting booth, the only station not cleaned up by the two most successful groups.
Collingullie Hall had the strongest support for one group, with 102 of the polling booth's 183 voters placing Clean Out Council as their first preference, meaning they received 55.7 per cent of the area's formal votes.
The most divided polling station was South Wagga Public School, where 902 formal votes were cast and Labor were the leaders with 205 first preferences - just 22.7 per cent of the vote.
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The Supporting Diversity ticket, led by councillor Rod Kendall, appeared in the top three of nine polling stations, the third most after Clean Out Council and Labor.
Community First and the Greens both appeared in the top three at five polling stations.
For more information on which groups dominated the votes at Wagga's polling stations, use the interactive map put together by The Daily Advertiser.
The map has been divided into rough estimates of each polling station's core voters, however it is important to note residents were able to cast their ballots at any polling station and were not required to use the one nearest to their home.
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