Three times in four to years: New England voters head to the polls again

Independent Adam Blakester has been running an intense grassroots campaign - he's based his policy platform off more than 4000 oneon-one conversations.

Three times in four years: New England voters head to the polls again

NEW England residents are preparing to go to the booths for the third time in four years. The 66,000-square-kilometre region stretches from the Queensland border in the north, down to the edge of the Hunter Valley in the south. Of the roughly 154,000 people living in the electorate just over 110,600 are enrolled to vote.