The Lowan ballot draw has listed Nationals candidate and current member Emma Kealy on top.
Independent Barry Shea is second; Labor’s Maurice Bulli, third; and Victorian Socialist’s Trevor Grenfell, fourth.
Australian Greens candidate Richard Lane is last.
The ballot draw for Ripon has gone ahead.
Sandra Gibbs of Derryn Hinch's Justice Party has taken the number one position.
The Victorian Electoral Commission has stated on Twitter there were no technical issues with the ballot draws.
“Last minute nominations for the State election require us to ensure all candidates are correctly processed and finalised prior to ballot draws,” the tweet said.
“Your patience is appreciated while we dot all the eyes and cross all the tees. Just to be clear, there are no technical issues.”
The results have now come through in Bendigo.
In Bendigo East, independent Michael Belardinelli took the number one spot.
Ian Ellis, Helen Leach, Jacinta Allan, Nakita Thomson and Gaelle Broad followed respectively.
In Bendigo West, Animal Justice Party candidate Marilyn Nuske will take the first position on the ballot.
A Victorian Electoral Commission representative said the ballot draw would occur in the next 5 to 10 minutes.
The representative said there had been no problem with the system, but that a late influx of applications from independent candidates meant nominations had to be finalised.
The Benambra draw has since gone ahead.
THE draw to determine the position of candidates on the state election ballot paper is on hold across the state.
Candidates in the Victorian state election were due to find out their position on the ballot paper ahead of the November 24 vote at 1pm, but the draw has been postponed indefinitely.
Victorian Electoral Commission representatives are unsure what has caused the statewide delay.
The Ovens Valley draw went ahead, but Benambra was delayed.
Bendigo West, Bendigo East and Lowan are also among those affected.
More to come