FIVE candidates will contest the seat of Wannon at the federal election on Saturday.
In the running are Independent Alex Dyson, Dan Tehan for the Liberal Party, Joshua Wallace for the United Australia Party, Maurice Billi for the Labor Party and Zephlyn Taylor for the Greens.
Incumbent Member for Wannon Dan Tehan has held the seat since 2010.
His party has promised funding to upgrade the Princes Highway between Warrnambool and Port Fairy.
Independent Alex Dyson is a former Triple-J radio host.
He wants to see more investment in public transport, renewable energy and mental health support.
United Australia Party's Joshua Wallace is a Fonterra employee from Camperdown.
He wants to reduce the cost of electricity by building nuclear-fired power plants and introduce zonal tax.
Labour's Maurice Billi lives in Stawell and works in the health and education sector.
Key issues he wants to address include upgrades to health and education infrastructure and roads, and fix the National Broadband Network.
Greens' Zephlyn Taylor is a university student, who is completing a bachelor of arts and undertaking a certificate III in early childhood education and care.
She is a strong supporter of free public education and renewable energy,
Deakin University politics expert Geoff Robinson believes Wannon is unlikely to see a left-of-centre candidate take power any time soon.
"It used to be a marginal seat - there used to be a big Catholic vote for Labor, but that really moved away from the ALP in the 1950s...and since then it's been very secure," he said.
The Liberal Party has held the seat since 1955.