Well the 2019 federal election campaign is almost over we just have to await the count from today's voting and all those pre-poll votes.
For electors in ht seat of Hunter you have a choice of eight candidates representing The Nationals (Josh Angus), Greens (Janet Murray), Labor (Joel Fitzgibbon), United Australia Party (Paul Davies) and One Nation (Stuart Bond) The Christian Democrats' (CD) Richard Stretton, Animal Justice Party's (AJP) James Murphy and Socialist Equality Party's (SEP) Max Boddy are all applying pressure to the incumbent MP, Labor's Joel Fitzgibbon.
Mr Fitzgibbon has held the seat since 1996 and it is considered a very safe Labor electorate with a margin of 12.5 per cent.
Remember to cast a valid vote in the House of Representatives all eight boxes must be numbered - it is not optional preferential like the recent state election.
In the Senate you can either:
number at least six boxes above the line for the parties or groups of your choice, or
number at least 12 boxes below the line for individual candidates of your choice.
Booths are open from 8:00am to 6:00pm:
Branxton Community Hall, 35 Bowen St
Broke Pulic School, 18-26 Cochrane St
Elderslie Community Hall, 758 Elderslie Rd
Glendon School of Arts, 897, Glendon Lane
Jerrys Plains School of Arts, Wambo St
Kirkton Public School, 797 Standen Dr
Milbrodale Public School, 2615 Putty Rd
Singleton Heights Public School, 1-13 Dorsman Dr
Singleton High School, 75-81 York St
Singleton Public School, 8 Hunter St