Frome voters have their say | POLL

South Australia could be in a state of limbo, with both major political parties, Labor and Liberal, unable to pick up enough seats to form government.

Pre-poll votes are yet to be counted and could influence marginal metropolitan seats, like Colton, Elder and Newland.

Should neither party be able to form government, it will be up to independents Geoff Brock (Frome) and Dr Bob Such (Fisher) to decide who will form a minority government.

Brock, based in Port Pirie, has previously told Fairfax Media he would talk to his five local councils about who to back.

He also said his decision would depend on what was on offer for Frome and regional South Australia.

Have your say and take part in our poll below. See what Frome voters had to say in the picture box above.

Lois Macdonald, of Port Pirie: "Liberal. Because they have the right policies."

Lois Macdonald, of Port Pirie: "Liberal. Because they have the right policies."

Annaliese Denison, of Port Pirie: "Liberal. Because I am not a fan of Labor."

Annaliese Denison, of Port Pirie: "Liberal. Because I am not a fan of Labor."

Nathan Belci, of Port Pirie: "Labor. I am not a fan of the Liberals' policies."

Nathan Belci, of Port Pirie: "Labor. I am not a fan of the Liberals' policies."

Jacob Borgas, of Port Pirie: "It comes down to what he will get out of either government. Labor have offered infrastructure and jobs."

Jacob Borgas, of Port Pirie: "It comes down to what he will get out of either government. Labor have offered infrastructure and jobs."

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