Tasmania Votes After Snap Election Call

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From Epoch Times:
Tasmanians are heading to the polls for an election where leaders of the two major parties have pledged not to govern in minority. The Liberal government is seeking a historic third term on Saturday after calling the election a year ahead of schedule. But there is an increasing feeling the level of support for the Labor opposition, and high-profile independents in the Hobart electorate of Clark, could result in a hung parliament. Premier Peter Gutwein, who has said the Liberals won’t try to govern in minority, voted alongside wife Amanda in Launceston. “Voters have a choice between certainty, stability, and a majority Liberal government or a minority government that will take us backwards,” he told reporters. The Liberals retained power in 2018, winning 13 seats, a narrow one-seat majority, in the 25-seat lower house. An early election was called in April after Speaker Sue Hickey quit the Liberals to sit …
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