THE Labor Party will still be able to reap thousands of dollars from Farrer despite its candidate having withdrawn from the election.
The Australian Electoral Commission stated in line with legislation it will not remove Christian Kunde's name from ballot papers and his vote will be counted.
Therefore if Labor accrues over 4 per cent it will get $2.63 for every vote it receives.
The last federal election in Farrer netted Labor about $48,000.
Farrer Christian Democratic Party candidate Paul Rossetto questioned the validity of Labor still being able to amass funds, at ABC radio Riverina's election forum at Deniliquin on Tuesday.
"It sounds like a rort, doesn't it?" Mr Rossetto said before Australian Liberty Alliance candidate Ron Pike added: "It is a rort".
Despite no longer having a candidate, Labor will still hand out how-to-vote brochures and display signage at major booths in Farrer on election day.
Albury Labor figure Darren Cameron said the presence would be aimed at attracting votes for the Senate with his party keen to secure a fifth NSW Upper House seat with union official Tara Moriarty in contention.