REGION - The Australian Electoral Commission has moved to ensure people across the electorate of Wannon don't forget or miss the opportunity to cast their vote.
Several polling booths will be set up across the region as voters select representatives for the upper and lower houses of the Federal parliament.
In Ararat there will be two polling places - The Ararat College and Ararat Senior Citizens Centre.
The Buangor Primary School will be the place to go for residents who live closest, while the Lake Bolac P-12 College will open its doors.
The Landsborough Public Hall will be the place to go in Landsborough and the Elmhurst Mechanics Institute in High Street will be the option there.
In Moyston the Public Hall will be available, in Pomonal the location for voting will be the Pomonal Hall, while Public Halls in both Streatham and Tatyoon will be open to voters.
The Willaura Primary School will be open for people who live in that area.
Assisted access for people in wheelchairs will be offered at all of the polling sites.
Polling booths will open at all of the locations at 8am and stay that way until 6pm.
At that time counting will begin and in the hours that follow people will get an idea of who will represent them at the Federal level for the next three years.
Everyone over the age of 18 who is eligible to vote is required to vote as voting in Australia is compulsory. People who don't vote or aren't on the electoral role without a valid or sufficient reason face fines and possible imprisonment.
Voters in Wannon have seven House of Representative candidates to chose from this election including the Australian Christians' Therese Corbett, Australian Labor Party's Michael Barling, The Greens' Tim Emanuelle, Sex Party's Chris Johnson, Family First Party's Craig Haberfield, Liberal Dan Tehan and Palmer United Party's Brad Ferguson.