THE order of politicians' names on the ballot slip is now known.
Some politicians were pleased with the draw, others were accepting or disappointed.
McMahon MP Chris Bowen, whose name will be third on the ballot paper, put it down to the "luck of the draw".
"There are always bigger issues in the election than where you stand on the ballot," he said. "It's always good to come first but only in my first election I was No.1. All the rest I think I was in the middle."
Christian Democratic Party's Manny Poularas took a more religious take on placing last on the ballot paper for the seat of McMahon.
"Those who come last shall be first and those who come first shall be last," he said. "So there's always consolation in that."
First on the McMahon ballot paper will be Liberal candidate Ray King, second will be the Palmer United Party candidate Matthew Dobrincic and fourth will be Greens candidate Astrid O'Neill.
The names on the ballot paper for the seat of Fowler will be Matt Attia first, then Benjamin Silaphet, Darren McLean, Andrew Nguyen, Chris Hayes and Bradley Pastoors.
Labor MP Chris Hayes is accepting of his placement.
"It's all right," he said. "I think it's where I was last time. It's just the way it comes out of the barrel."