It's almost election day, which for you means it's time to vote, if you haven't already. And, for us, it means it's time to show you how Australia votes.
That usually leads us all to start spending a lot of time looking at maps. However, in a country such as Australia, mapping the vote does not always work so well.
So, we decided to redesign the election map from the ground up — not just for the fun of it, but because it can help us all understand Saturday's election a little better.
Here's the state of play going into this election, based on 2019's results plus a few changes that have occurred since then.
In particular, the people who run Australian elections have abolished a seat in Western Australia and created a new one in Victoria.
Take a look at all that blue for the Liberals and green for the Nationals. Clearly, the 2019 election was a big win for the Coalition.