The NSW election is tipped to be a cliffhanger at a state level, but in Albury, Liberal Justin Clancy remains the hot favourite to to hold the seat for his party.
Mr Clancy and his wife voted at the Thurgoona Community Centre on Saturday morning and planned to spend the day visiting polling booths across the electorate.
Despite being a new face for Liberals, following Greg Aplin's decision to step down from politics, Sportsbet has his odds at the very short $1.03 to win the seat.
Mr Aplin has remained part of the Liberal campaign and was at Thurgoona Public School on Saturday morning, handing out how to vote cards in support of Mr Clancy.
Great to be here supporting my friend Lauriston as the Labor Candidate for Albury in the NSW Election. Time to get rid of this Liberal National mob who are more interested shutting down music festivals than governing and have failed our regions #nswvotespic.twitter.com/sIwyVEWGfO— Eric Kerr (@EricKerrforIndi) March 23, 2019
Voting began at polling booths at 8am on Saturday morning and they will remain open until 6pm.
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