The next NSW State election is just over a month away.
The election has been scheduled for Saturday, March 23.
But, how well do you know the group of candidates who have put their hands up to contest the seat of Myall Lakes?
On Tuesday, February 26 Forster Tuncurry Business Chamber will host a meet the candidates breakfast at Club Forster.
The hour plus session will include an interactive question and answer session following a brief introduction from four of the candidates who are incumbent, Stephen Bromhead representing the National Party, Country Labor candidate, David Keegan, independent, Paul Sandilands and Eleanor Spence representing Australian Greens.
The breakfast will begin at 7am with an 8.30am finish.
The election of the 57th Parliament of New South Wales, will include all 93 seats in the Legislative Assembly and 21 of the 42 seats in the Legislative Council.
The eight-year two-term incumbent Liberal/National Coalition government, led by Premier Gladys Berejiklian, will attempt to win a third four-year term and will be challenged by the Labor opposition, led by Michael Daley, as well as by the Greens crossbench.