After five years and three months, Leeton shire's ratepayers and residents finally have the chance to determine their representatives on council.
The Irrigator has been at the forefront in highlighting the issues and candidates who will contest the coming election and we've gathered everything together in one place so you can be ready for election day.
There are nine seats up-for-grabs this year, with 16 residents throwing their hat into the ring in the hopes of being voted in by the community come election day this Saturday - December 4.
In ballot order:
The Irrigator has profiled each of the candidates in the lead up to the local government election.
Find out why each of the nominees decided to contest this election.
On the single ballot sheet, place the numbers "1", "2". "3", "4", "5" in the squares next to the FIVE candidates in order of your preferences for them.
If you wish to vote for any more candidates, place consecutive numbers starting with "6" in the squares next to those candidates in order of your preferences for them.
Until Friday, December 3 at 5pm you can pre-poll at the Leeton Shire Council chambers.
Election day, December 4: Polling booths will open throughout Leeton shire from 8am, closing at 6pm.
These polling places are located at Whitton Public School, Wamoon Public School, Gralee School, Madonna Place, Parkview Public School, Leeton Public School and Yanco Community Hall.
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