Sixteen candidates have nominated to contest the Victorian State seat of Melbourne this coming Saturday.
With the Liberal Party not fielding a candidate, pundits see this as a two horse race between the ALP and the Australian Greens.
Surprisingly, the pro-euthanasia lobby hasn't fielded a candidate on that platform.
In respect to the issue of euthanasia, three parties have positions against a change in the law (FFP, DLP, Aust. Christians) while one party (Australian Greens) have a a position in favour.
The attached spreadsheet looks at the preference flows of all the candidates. This might give voters a bit of an understanding as to candidate's values - but it certainly gives a clear picture of where each candidate intends that his or her preferences ultimately go should they be knocked out of the ballot.