RADIO host Kylie King's team has underlined its popularity in this month's Albury Council election by topping three more voting categories.
The group raked in the most postal votes, online ballots and declaration pledges.
Ms King's squad had 221 postal votes with former mayor Stuart Baker's team runner-up on 188.
The 2AY breakfast host attracted 708 iVotes to her crew, ahead of Mr Baker's line-up on 464.
Declaration votes, which cover those not on the electoral roll or needing to update details, went 190 to Ms King's ahead of the Greens on 172.
The inclusion of those ballots mean there are 29,876 votes counted with 3514 or 11.76 per cent informal.
Mr Baker's team is next best on 17.39 per cent.
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Labor councillor Darren Cameron and retired pizzeria owner Daryl Betteridge have 9.48 and 9.10 respectively and are fighting it out for last places on the council.
"I'm pleased with the prepolling results but nothing is certain until the preferences are distributed," Cr Cameron said.
Mr Betteridge said: "I'm heartened by the result and I'm confident I should get on and represent the city of Albury maturely and in a consultative manner."
The distribution of preferences and declaration of the result is due to occur next week.
Ms King and her running mate Steve Bowen along with Mr Baker, Green Ashley Edwards and former mayor Alice Glachan are assured of a seat on the council.
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