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LIVE: Warrego State Election Results 2017

VOTING: The votes are being counted for the 2017 Queensland Election.
VOTING: The votes are being counted for the 2017 Queensland Election.

Welcome to our live coverage of the 2017 Queensland Election:

9pm: Counting in twenty electorates has been frozen because it is believed those counting haven't understood the new preferencing system.

Warrego is one of those electorates, with the official result unlikey to be known tonight despite Ann Leahy's very strong position.

Just under 50% of the votes have been officially counted.

8pm: Ann Leahy continues to hold a healthy lead, with 46% of the vote.

It's tight between Mark O'Brien and Rob Loughnan for second place, with 22.89% and 20.18% of votes respectively.

45% of the total votes have now been counted.

7.30pm: Ann Leahy is still in the lead with just over 45% of the votes, with Labor candidate Mark O'Brien moving into second with just under 24% of the votes.

28% of the total votes have been counted so far.

7pm: Current member Ann Leahy has shot out to an early lead, collecting nearly 60% of the votes counted so far.

Katter's Australian Party candidate Rob Loughnan has collected the second most votes at this time, with over 25% of the votes.

Topics:  ann leahy ian mazlin mark o'brien mark stone queensland election 2017 sandra bamberry state election 2017 warrego


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