Wollondilly electorate voters have made the most of pre-poll voting this week.
The Mittagong pre-polling centre at 67 Main Street has had hundreds of people through the doors.
State election candidates and their supporters have been out in force at the polls, meeting voters and handing out flyers detailing their ballot paper preferences.
Labor candidate Jo-Ann Davidson suggested voters put One Nation last.
Liberal candidate Nathaniel Smith has urged voters to only put a '1' next to his name and not to distribute preferences.
The Greens have asked voters to put Animal Justice Party candidate Heather Edwards second, independent Judith Hannan third and Labor candidate Jo-Ann Davidson fourth.
Meanwhile Independent Judith Hannan asked voters to order their preferences according to the candidates who have lived in the electorate the longest.
One Nation candidate Charlie Fenton is encouraging voters to put Shooters, Fishers and Farmers candidate Jason Bolwell second and Independent Judith Hannah third.
The party doesn't extend their preferences further.
Animal Justice Party candidate Heather Edwards has advised voters to put Labor second, The Greens third, Independent Judith Hannan fourth, the Liberal Party fifth, One Nation sixth and the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party last.
Shooters, Fishers and Farmers party candidate Jason Bolwell wants voters to put One Nation second, Independent Judith Hannan third, Labor fourth and Liberal fifth.
The Voluntary Euthanasia Party was also campaigning, and asked people to put the Liberals last.
According to Sportsbet, the Coalition and Independent Judith Hannan have the shortest odds, followed by Labor, One Nation, the Greens and the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party.
The Animal Justice Party and the Liberal Democrats are trailing behind with the longest odds.
The Mittagong pre-polling centre is open from 8am to 6pm on weekdays, 8am to 8pm on Thursday, March 21, and 9am to 5pm on Saturday.
In other news: Grab a stool and gather around for chat with the candidates