REGION - The state election is on March 15, 2014 and a number of people are putting their hand up for the Fleurieu's seats.
Liberal party members Michael Pengilly and Adrian Pederick have held the seats of Finniss and Hammond respectively since 2006.
They will both stand for re-election in their seats again.
So far, Pengilly is set to be challenged by Moira Jenkins for Greens, Melanie Smart for Labor and Family First’s Bruce Hicks.
Pederick will be challenged by the Nationals’ Rachel Titley, Labor’s Lou Bailey, the Greens’ Damien Pyne and Family First’s Daniel Gutteridge.
The closing date for candidate nominations for election is on Monday, February 24 at noon.
Over the next few weeks, The Times will be providing rolling coverage of the election in print and online.
You will be able to meet the new candidates and hear what they will stand for at the election.
You will also be able to tell us what you think about the election with our weekly online polls and of course, submit letters to the editor.
Finniss includes the towns of Port Elliot, Victor Harbor, Middleton, Yankalilla, Mount Compass and Kangaroo Island.
Hammond includes Goolwa, Langhorne Creek, Finniss, Clayton Bay, Murray Bridge, Tailem Bend, Meningie and Mypolonga.
If you have not enrolled to vote, you have until Friday, February 21 at noon.
To enrol visit the Australian Electorate Commission website.
At this website you can also change your details such as address and name.