So we know there's an election coming up and we know there's another election on the cards. But which is which and what are we actually voting for on March 23?
These might seem like silly questions, but given the current political climate we think it's legit so we've put together this cheat sheet for you.
To put it simply it's the NSW state election on March 23 - the Federal election will come later in the year.
So here's what you need to think about when you're thinking about the state election
BUT WHAT ABOUT THE OTHER STUFF?
So let's talk state election
So now hopefully you've worked out what electorate you're in, what you need to think about and that we're voting for our state government. Now we'll go through Dubbo seat.
People with postcodes: 2795, 2800, 2818, 2820, 2821, 2823, 2830, 2831, 2844, 2850, 2852, 2866, 2867, 2868, 2869, 2871 represent Dubbo electorate.
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Dubbo has 55,950 registered voters as of March 5.
The seat is currently occupied by Troy Grant from the Nationals Party. Mr Grant has been the sitting member since 2011.
Mr Grant, who is retiring from politics this year, received 60.46 per cent of total formal votes. He was followed by Labor candidate Stephen Lawrence with 24.48 per cent votes.
2004 – 2011 Dawn Fardell, Independent
1999 – 2004 (Tony) Anthony McGrane, Independent
1981 – 1999 Gerald Beresford Peacocke, National Party
On March 23 there will be seven candidates to chose from, Rod Pryor (Greens), Matthew Dickerson (Independent), Lara Quealy (Shooters, Fishers and Farmers), Dugald Saunders (Nationals), Stephen Lawrence (Country Labor), Joanne Coterill (Flux) and April Salter (Australian Conservatives -NSW)