A PARTY that wants to end Sydney lockout laws, legalise cannabis use and introduce free pill testing has secured top place on the NSW election ballot paper for Albury.
Keep Sydney Open candidate Reuby McNair drew No.1 position ahead of four other contenders at the ballot draw on Thursday morning.
The 20 year-old former student of Albury High and Xavier High said having lived in Sydney before returning home she saw the impact of lockouts which she also wants removed in Albury.
"It's just killing the nightlife, business owners can't keep up with these new rules and expenses they put forward," Miss McNair said.
Keep Sydney Open has 42 candidates in Lower House seats across NSW, with their ages ranging from 19 to 60.
Another minor party, Sustainable Australia, is second on the Albury ballot with candidate Ross Hamilton.
The party has a focus on reducing population growth.
Mr Clancy is at three on the ballot, followed by Mr Muirhead and Mr Moss.
The Liberal contender is not too fussed about being below the minor parties.
"They're closer to the rails but that's okay, it's just part of the process," Mr Clancy said.
Mr Muirhead said the ballot draw should not make much difference.
"I like to think people of Albury are intelligent enough to not simply vote by the order and that they think about their vote," he said.
The seat of Murray has 10 candidates and Wagga has seven.