Ballot paper positions for for the eight candidates contesting the 2019 New England Federal Election were drawn at the Armidale offices of the AEC on Wednesday.
For most candidates it was now a matter of getting on with their campaigns, but for you, the House of Representatives ballot paper for New England will look like this:
For Adam Blakester, the positions did not matter a great deal.
"I think six is a very lucky number. We're not on a horse track, so there's no inside edge here. I'm looking forward to the candidate forums and discussing real priorities and policy issues with the incumbent," he said.
Rob Taber thought he wasn't on the best spot on the ballot paper.
"It's not a very big field, so it probably won't make a lot of difference," he said.
Yvonne Langenberg she thought number three was going to be a lucky number.
"It's just a ballot. I think people will make up their minds on what each candidate stands for and what each candidate has to say."