Labor was the winner at most of the federal election's polling booths across the Bega Valley.
While one pre-poll booth remains to be returned before all votes are finalised, the Australian Electoral Commission has released the numbers of votes at each booth across the Eden-Monaro.
In Bega, the majority of voters favoured Labor.
About 42 and 44 per cent of first preferences submitted at the Bega High School and Bega Valley Public polling stations went to Mike Kelly.
He was also the most popular candidate in Bermagui (44 per cent of first preference votes), Brogo (38 per cent), Candelo (42 per cent), Central Tilba (40 per cent), Cobargo (45 per cent), Pambula (42 per cent), Quaama (43 per cent), Tanja (48 per cent), Tathra (44 per cent), Towamba (51 per cent), Wolumla (42 per cent) and Wyndham (46 per cent).
The Liberals' Fiona Kotvojs received the majority of first preference votes in Bemboka (42 per cent), Eden (49 per cent) and Tura Beach (48 per cent).
At Merimbula Public the two major parties both scored about 41 per cent of the votes - Labor was only two individual votes ahead with 546 - but at the polling station in Merimbula's Bimbimbie Park the Liberals received the most with 44 per cent.
Dr Kelly was the most successful at the pre-poll station in Bega taking 42 per cent, while Dr Kotjovs had the majority of first preferences in Merimbula's pre-poll station, 49 per cent.
There was a high number of pre-poll voters at both stations: 4185 in Bega and 3606 in Merimbula.
In the Bega Valley, the greatest percentages of votes for the Greens' Patrick McGinlay were found in regional localities or smaller towns.
The five booths that had the highest percentage of Greens votes were Tanja (37 per cent), Central Tilba (30 per cent), Wyndham (22 per cent), Brogo (17 per cent) then Tathra (15 per cent).
It was the first outing in 30 years in Eden-Monaro for the Nationals, with candidate Sophie Wade.
The Bega Valley region where she obtained the highest amount of first preferences was Brogo, where she received six per cent.
When it came to gauging support on home turf, Dr Kelly found plenty in his base of Queanbeyan as he received a higher percentage of votes than Dr Kotvojs at each of his town's seven polling stations as well as the pre-polling booth.
Dr Kotvojs is from Dignams Creek, located north of Cobargo, and received 25 per cent of first preference votes at Central Tilba and 33 per cent at Cobargo - the two closest polling stations to her home area.