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Saturday, February 26, 2005

Westralia

After my first O-Night Party last night, I recieved a pleasant surprise on the ABC website when I awoke this morning.
Voting has begun in Western Australia in the first test of Labor's hold on power at a state level since last year's federal election.

Newspoll spokesman Sol Lebovic says the survey of 1,600 voters during the middle of the week indicates Labor will receive 54 per cent of the two-party preferred vote, which would give Labor an increased majority.
I was invited to a celebration party tonight, but probably won't be able to go.

In the mean time, congratulations to all of the Labor campaigners and candidates, regardless of the result.

UPDATE:

For those who want to spend their Saturday getting the lowdown on the WA election while it happens, take a gander at Nic White's The West Election 2005.

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