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The ACT election: where it stands

AAP logoAAP 15/10/2016

THE ACT ELECTION COUNT

WHAT THE PARTIES POLLED (with 78.1 per cent of the vote tallied)

Labor 39 per cent (+0.2 on 2012)

Liberals 35.6 (-3.3)

Greens 10.6 (-0.1)

Others 14.

SEATS WON

Labor 10

Liberals 10

Greens 1

In doubt 4

MOST LIKELY RESULT

Labor 12

Liberals 11

Greens 2

WHAT THEY SAID

"Canberrans have chosen a positive and progressive vision for our city's future."

- Labor leader Andrew Barr.

"It is the case that it is very difficult for us to form government and we have to acknowledge that from here, it is it is unlikely that we will do so."

- Liberal leader Jeremy Hanson.

"We are going to spend the next four years putting the community first, working on issues like housing affordability, integrity in government, getting Canberra to have a world-class public transport system."

- Returning Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury.

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