Labor’s Trevor Ross snares top spot on ballot

Labor candidate Trevor Ross. Photo: Megan Dunn.
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The all-important ballot draws for next month’s Federal Election took place today.

Four out of seven candidates were present in St Marys to see where they will be placed on the on the ballot paper as they hope to be chosen to represent the electorate of Lindsay.

The Labor Party’s Trevor Ross was pulled out first, nabbing the coveted number one position.

Pieter-Joris Morssink from the Greens has secured the second spot while new candidate Max Jago from the One Nation Party will be number three.

Gareth McClure, Trevor Ross, Melissa McIntosh and Joseph O’Connor.

United Australia Party candidate Joseph O’Connor was fourth to be called out while the current member for Lindsay, Melissa McIntosh will sit at number five as she tries to retain the marginal seat for the Liberal Party.

A new candidate Gareth McClure was present and will be in sixth position on the ballot paper as he represents the Liberal Democrats.

The seventh and final spot went to Rebekah Ray who is representing the Informed Medical Options Party.

The election will take place on May 21.

Trevor Ross – Labor
Pieter-Joris Morssink – The Greens
Max Jago – One Nation
Joseph O’Connor – United Australia Party
Melissa McIntosh – Liberal Party
Gareth McClure – Liberal Democrats
Rebekah Ray – Informed Medical Options Party

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