Petrovich tops Mallee ballot paper
Liberal Party’s Serge Petrovich sits on the top of a 13-candidate Mallee electorate ballot paper.
Australian Electoral Commission representatives randomly plucked Mr Petrovich’s name out first at a ballot draw in Mildura.
Independents Cecilia Moar of Horsham and Jason Modica are second and third respectively.
Anne Webster, attempting to step into the shoes of Andrew Broad to keep the seat in the hands of the Nationals, is fifth.
Independent Ray Kingston of Rupanyup sits 10th and Balmoral’s Rick Millar representing Australia United Party is 12th.
Zephlyn Taylor from the Greens is at the top of a Wannon electorate ballot paper featuring five candidates.
United Australia’s Josh Wallace is second, Stawell’s Maurice Billi from the Labor Party third and independent Alex Dyson fourth.
Sitting Liberal member and Education Minister Dan Tehan is fifth on the paper.
Voters will go to the polls on May 18.
Serge Petrovich – Liberal Cecilia Moar – Independent Jason Modica – Independent Rick Grosvenor – Conservative National Anne Webster – National Chris Lahy – Citizens Electoral Phillip Mollison – Rise Up Australia Carole Hart – Labor Leigh Firman – Science Ray Kingston – Independent Dan Straub – Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Rick Millar – United Australia Nicole Rowan – Greens
Zephlyn Taylor – Greens Josh Wallace – United Australia Maurice Billi – Labor Alex Dyson – Independent Dan Tehan – Liberal