With the federal election less than a month away, the ballot draw was held on Wednesday to determine the order the names will appear when voting.
There are six candidates standing for the Paterson electorate in the May election.
The candidates standing include Liberal candidate Sachin Joshi, One Nation candidate Neil Turner, incumbent Labor MP Meryl Swanson, Greens candidate Jan Davis, United Australia Party's Graham Burston and Christopher Arthur Vale.
The candidates will appear on the ballot paper in the following order: Sachin Joshi, Neil Turner, Meryl Swanson, Graham Burston, Jan Davis and Christopher Arthur Vale.
The federal election will be held on Saturday, May 18.
Eight candidates will be vying for the seat of the Hunter, which includes the townships of Cessnock, Muswellbrook and Singleton.
The candidates include Labor MP Joel Fitzgibbon, Greens candidate Janet Murray, Nationals' Josh Angus, Animal Justice Party's James Murphy, Pauline Hanson's One Nation Stuart Bonds, United Australia Party candidate Paul Davies, Christian Democrat Party candidate Richard Stretton and Socialist Equality Party's Max Boddy
On top of the ballot will be Stuart Bonds followed by Josh Angus, James Murphy, Paul Davies, Janet Murray, Richard Stretton, Joel Fitzgibbon and Max Boddy.