Today, most Tasmanians of age will head to the polls.
Although a fair chunk have already done their bit and cast a ballot, with ever-increasing numbers deciding to vote early this time around.
But for those who are still to head to their polling booth, it's worth putting in a bit of time to consider just who you're voting for.
Only a relatively small percentage of us follow politics closely enough to know who we will vote for early in the piece.
Some feel a particular affinity to one party or another, and cast their vote for the candidates offered by the party, no matter what.
For the rest, it's a case of working out who there is and what they stand for.
And alas, some just vote for names they have heard of.
Name recognition is a big thing at the ballot box in Australia.
The candidates are hoping that you will recognise their name on the ballot paper and if you haven't heard anything extremely negative about them - hence the name recognition - you may give them a vote.
In the modern era with access to the internet, it's terribly easy to do a quick sweep of the majors and minors, and to find their key policies all in one place.
This gives you the chance to run the eye over them and do some thinking over who is talking about policies which fit with you and should, if implemented, help you to continue living as you do, or hopefully improve your standard of living.
Polling during the last few weeks has shown that jobs, the economy and health are the highest priorities for most Tasmanians.
Which is why this is what the major parties have been droning on about almost ad nauseam.
They are determined to convince you, the voter, that they are the best at managing these, and delivering a better economy for Tasmania, with more jobs, and a health system that will be there for you and yours when you need it.
Put a bit of effort into your voting in this election. Otherwise, you're pretty much giving up the right to complain about the government we get for the next four years.
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