Can you believe it's been 12 months since you last had a federal democracy sausage?
Well, it will be on Monday.
Scott Morrison claimed victory in the 2019 election on May 18 and days later the Liberal-National coalition was returned to government.
The Coalition won 77 seats out of 151 and collected 51.57 per cent of the national two-party preferred vote. It was a skinny increase on the 2016 election result.
For many pundits who had Bill Shorten's ALP pencilled in as winners for most of the campaign, it was a shock. Analysts were quick to say Labor lost an "unlosable" election.
But it's not what the pundits have to say that matters. We're keen to hear what YOU have to say.
How do you think the past 12 months have panned out politically? Has the government performed as you hoped?
We have seven simple questions we'd love you to answer. Here they are:
We have more coverage on the May 18 anniversary in store - an in-depth analysis from The Canberra Times, a special report from an unexpected hotbed of political interest and activity; a chat with deputy PM Michael McCormack and the view from an MP who is about to celebrate his first anniversary in the job.