Number all the boxes is the catch cry of this day. Polling places are open from 8am to 6pm across New South Wales Polling places are open from 8am to 6pm across New South Wales.
Headlines in the papers today:
"Tell 'em they're dreamin", says Michael Caton in a famous line from the movie he stars in called "The Castle". Michael Caton says the very same thing to politicians about coal seam gas mining and he loves the Knitting Nanas.
- Polling indicates the Coalition will comfortably retain government in NSW, but sustain a swing against it of up to 10 per cent.
- Santos Energy is seeking approval to expand its controversial pilot coal seam gas field in northern NSW, shaping up as a key battleground in this election.
- Actor Michael Caton has entered the CSG debate, telling voters in the sprawling north-western NSW seat of Barwon to "shove it up the major parties".
Last Friday on Facebook Michael posted a video he had done up himself where he spells out to the viewers to vote for an independent candidate in Barwon "just to shove it up the major parties".
"Driving through the Upper Hunter, 'it looks like something from the dark side of the moon'.More of Michael Caton speaking up for the land against CSG!
"The Greens are the way to go, to stop secret plans for 16 new coal mines backed by both major parties," he said in the film, which has been watched almost 100,000 times."
Usually voting takes place at schools and halls and various other public places in an area. If you are struggling to find where to vote the list is linked here also.
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