Well, we're finally approaching the finish line for the federal election campaign.
We hope you haven't disengaged from politics completely at this point because we're still churning out content to keep you informed on everything election-related. It's not over 'til it's over, as they say in the classics.
The focus has been trained on the North and North-West of Tasmania during the campaign, with both the major parties placing a lot of importance on winning Bass, Braddon and Lyons. The perception seems to be that if you can win - or, in Labor's case, retain - those seats, you've got a good chance of forming a government.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, health has been the hot-button issue in the state since Prime Minister Scott Morrison called the election more than a month ago. Both the Coalition and Labor have positioned themselves as the best people to fix Tasmania's health crisis.
We've also seen the campaign marked by the influence of independent candidates, such as maverick North-West fisherman Craig Garland, the indomitable Jacqui Lambie and the former Liberal candidate Jessica Whelan.
With Bass prone to wild swings, sitting Labor member Ross Hart may be feeling a bit nervous in advance of polling day. Could Liberal candidate Bridget Archer topple him, keeping up the tradition of Bass voters giving incumbents the flick after just one term?
We'll find out tomorrow. In the meantime, you can check out this listThe Examiner has put together, collating all the promises the Coalition and Labor have made to Tasmania. If you haven't voted yet, this will serve as a useful guide for determining which party most speaks to your concerns and your values.
Join us online from 6pm on election night to follow The Examiner's coverage and stay up to date on all the results.
Until then - hang in there!