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Close competition in Tasmanian state election with several seats hotly contested

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Who will form the next state government? Greens, Liberal or Labor? Image / Pulse

Tasmanians are eagerly awaiting the final results of the state election, with a clearer picture expected to be painted in the coming days.

The Liberals are likely to form the next minority government after Labor leader Rebecca White on Sunday confirmed her party does not have what it takes.

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Currently, the Liberals are expected to secure 13 to 15 seats in the House of Assembly, with Labor projected to win 10 seats, possibly up to 12.

The Greens have emerged as significant winners in this election, securing at least four seats and potentially more due to increased votes statewide.

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The Jacqui Lambie Network is set to secure two seats, while independents are likely to claim up to four seats.

In the Braddon electorate, the outcome remains uncertain, with a tight contest for the final seats among the Liberals, Greens and independents.

Rebecca White

In Bass, the Liberals are expected to win three seats, Labor two and the Greens one, with a chance for the JLN to secure the last seat.

Lyons and Franklin are expected to follow a similar pattern, with the Liberals likely to win three seats, Labor two and the Greens one, while the last seat’s outcome depends on preferences.

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In Clark, results are uncertain, with predictions of Labor and Liberals each winning two seats, the Greens one and independent Kristie Johnston likely to retain her seat.

Elected, Possible and Defeated Bass MPs:

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Elected, Possible and Defeated Braddon MPs:

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Elected, Possible and Defeated Clark MPs:

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Elected, Possible and Defeated Franklin MPs:

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Elected, Possible and Defeated Lyons MPs:

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