By MIKE ALLEN
There are 5 million eligible voters in NSW, with just half of them voting in local elections tomorrow.
Following the amalgamation of numerous councils, including the former Cooma-Monaro, Bombala and Snowy River Shires, one set of elections will be held tomorrow, with the rest delayed to September next year.
2.6 million voters who local councils have not been merged are voting with 2.4 million people not voting yet.
The situation does not sit well with ratepayers who were not in favour of the mergers.
Penelope Judge of the Delegate Progress Association says many locals in the Bombala area are unhappy that they do not get a say in local council elections this year.