Decision time in Wagga Wagga
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Decision time in Wagga Wagga

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This weekend's by-election in the traditionally safe NSW State Liberal seat of Wagga Wagga now hangs on a knife's edge as independent candidate Dr Joe McGirr looms as the biggest threat. All photos by Nick Moir.

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Dr Joe McGirr and his wife Kerin Fielding celebrate what looks to be a victory in the Wagga by-election.Credit:Nick Moir

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Dr Joe McGirr celebrates what looks to be a victory in the Wagga Wagga by-election.Credit:Nick Moir

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Julia Ham concedes defeat in the Wagga Wagga by-election.Credit:Nick Moir

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Julia Ham concedes defeat in the Wagga Wagga by-election.Credit:Nick Moir

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Julia Ham concedes defeat in the Wagga Wagga by-election.Credit:Nick Moir

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Worried faces at Liberal Party results party as the first booth results start coming in.Credit:Nick Moir

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Happy faces at Labor results party as the first booth results start coming in.Credit:Nick Moir

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A very happy Dan Hayes talks to supporters after a huge improvement in Country Labor vote.Credit:Nick Moir

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Gladys Berejiklian with Julia Ham at a polling venue this morning waiting for early voters to arrive.Credit:Nick Moir

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Independent candidate Dr Joe McGirr casts his vote at South Wagga Primary School.Credit:Nick Moir

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Labor leader Luke Foley with voters at Kooringal Public School.Credit:Nick Moir

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Deputy PM and Nationals leader Michael McCormack hands out how to vote cards with Julia Ham at the Ashmont Primary School voting station.Credit:Nick Moir

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Federal Liberal senator Jim Molan at the Turvey Park Primary School polling booth.Credit:Nick Moir

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Deputy PM and Nationals leader Michael McCormack chats with arriving voters.Credit:Nick Moir

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Dan Hayes with Luke Foley at the Glenfield Park Scout Hall booth.Credit:Nick Moir

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The general scene at the Turvey Park Primay School Booth.Credit:Nick Moir

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Independent Dr Joe McGirr casts his vote.Credit:Nick Moir

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Dan Hayes and Luke Foley have a quiet word at the Glenfield Park Scout Hall booth.Credit:Nick Moir

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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian out chatting to voters this morning.Credit:Nick Moir