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2019 federal election: Polling opens in federal seat of Calare

ELECTION TIME: Voters in Calare and across Australia will head to the polls on Saturday.

ELECTION TIME: Voters in Calare and across Australia will head to the polls on Saturday.

Who's running, where and when to vote, who's winning - the Wellington Times has the answers to all of your questions about Saturday's federal election, especially in regards to the Calare electorate.

At the bottom of this page you'll find our live blog, which we will be updating from Saturday morning with news, photos, videos and social media from across the Calare electorate.

In the meantime, here's everything you need to know ahead of casting your vote ...

WHO'S ON THE BALLOT?

There are seven candidates for the seat of Calare: incumbent Nationals MP Andrew Gee, Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party candidate Sam Romano, Labor's Jess Jennings, Shuyi Chen of the Christian Democratic Party, United Australia Party candidate Beverly T Cameron, Stephen Bisgrove of the Liberal Democrats, and The Greens' Stephanie Luke.

POLL: Have your say ...

  • Poll conducted by polldaddy

According to a betting market framed by Sportsbet earlier this week only the first three on that list are in contention. Their last-minute thoughts on the campaign are here.

WHEN AND WHERE TO VOTE

Polling booths will be open in Wellington at the Wellington Public School located at 180 Percy Street and the Wellington Scout Hall at 36 Pierce Street.

These polling places will be open between 8am and 6pm, when voting ceases and counting will commence.

LIVE BLOG: the latest news from across the Calare electorate ...