By-election voting this Saturday
Residents in the NSW Murray electorate go to the polls on Saturday to vote for a new local member.
Six candidates (meet them on page 6) have nominated to replace Adrian Piccoli as Member for Murray, following his retirement to take up a position with the University of NSW.
All Berrigan Shire communities and most Murrumbidgee Council communities are in the Murray electorate.
Residents in Jerilderie, which was moved into the Albury electorate before the 2015 state election, will not be required to vote.
Murray by-election voters only need to vote for a minimum of one candidate for their ballot to be eligible, or they may chose to number 1 to 6 in order of preferences.
Southern Riverina polling places, which are open from 8am to 6pm on Saturday, are:
Barooga Community Banker Street, Barooga
Berrigan Public School, Momalong Street, Berrigan
Blighty Public School, School Road, Blighty
Coleambally Central School, Kingfisher Avenue, Coleambally
Finley High School, Tocumwal Street, Finley
Murrumbidgee Shire Council, Chambers 21 Carrington Street, Darlington Point
Tocumwal Public School, Morris Street, Tocumwal
There is no Southern Riverina-based pre-poll voting centre.
For a full list of other Murray electorate polling places, go to www.elections.nsw.gov.au/elections/ murray_state_by-election/polling_ places. Hall, 59 25-29 Blighty