Labor has unveiled the candidates it will take to the 2020 ACT election - exactly a year out from polling day.
The party has preselected a full quota of candidates in each of the five territory electorates, featuring a mix of public servants, union officials and academics, along with sitting ACT politicians.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr said the team featured a mix of "experience and new ideas".
Mr Barr and Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith will headline the party's ticket in Kurrajong, which also features one of Mr Barr's advisers, Jacob Ingram, along with public sector union official Madeline Northam and magazine director and former senate candidate Nancy Waites.
Public servants Sue Ducker and Greg Lloyd have been chosen to contest the Belconnen-based seat of Ginninderra, alongside Deputy Chief Minister Yvette Berry, Attorney-General Gordon Ramsay and Labor backbencher Tara Cheyne.
In Canberra's south, Planning Minister Mick Gentleman and Speaker Joy Burch will be seeking another term in Brindabella, after surviving a preselection battle late last month.
Former Brindabella candidate Taimus Werner-Gibbings, academic Cathy Day and Australian Workers' Union official Brendan Forde will also contest the seat.
Newly-minted ACT minister Suzanne Orr, together with backbenchers Michael Pettersson and Deepak-Raj Gupta, will lead the party's campaign in Yerrabi. Construction union official Tom Fischer and commonwealth public servant Georgia Phillips have also been preselected in the Gungahlin-based seat.
Transport Minister Chris Steel and outspoken backbencher Bec Cody will run again in Murrumbidgee, along with academic Marisa Paterson, economist Brendan Long and teacher Tim Dobson.
Labor will be seeking a sixth straight term in office when Canberrans go to the polls on October 17 next year.
ACT Labor secretary Matt Byrne said, "Our candidates bring with them a life-time's worth of experiences and knowledge, they are the best team to deliver good government for the ACT."