As for why she nominated herself, Ms Moar told 3SH/MixxFM that she sees a broken political system working against the region.
"We can see the example of strong independents and what difference they can make in parliament; I think the Mallee could do with a strong independent," Ms Moar said.
Ms Moar is a graduate of The Australian Rural Leadership program, a Telstra Board member and a Mallee Catchment Management Authority Board member; however states her knowledge of the area during her speaking commitments as Rural Woman of the Year is what will help her most during her campaign.
As for her policies, Ms Moar has highlighted a lack of climate change action as one of her main focuses in need of addressing, as well as the ever-present issue of water management surrounding the Murray Darling Basin Plan.
Despite no previous political experience, Ms Moar is confident of her chances of election.
"I'm a local person, and my local knowledge will help me to make great decisions for the region."