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Kevin Rudd’s Election Speech

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Missed the speech, you can now get it here since I recorded it. You will also need the DivX codec (or XviD – it can handle it too) to play it. http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2RHFYDV7 File Size is about 141.7MB, Zip File.

Election Update : 9AM

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This is the election update for 9am, only 75.6% of the votes have been counted. Coalition Votes Percentage % Swing % Party NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total Divisions Won This Election Last Election Liberal 14 12 7 10 4 0 0 0 47 74 Australian Labor Party 28 21 15 4 6 5 2 2 83 60 The Nationals 4 2 3 0 0 0 0 [...]

Coverage Finished

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Well Folks, That brings up to an end for our Election 2007 coverage. Check back tomorrow for more information, I hope you enjoyed the coverage. Before I leave I will list the people helping in this: Terence Huynh Stewart Wilson Jay Day (installing polling script) Remember you can always be a writer for tech.geek eather contact the reawaken networks or you can contact any member of the tech.geek team. Goodnight!

Update: 11:00PM

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Here is the update for 11PM, atm Kevin is speaking on Channel Nine and Channel Seven or the ABC Live stream.

Update: 10:30PM

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I’ve decided to take over on the updates…. So, Kevin has been announced the winner of the election but here are the results as of 10:32:22 PM: By The Way :- I will be stopping at 12PM. Still 1.5 hours to go!

Breaking News : Rudd is now PM

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Seven Network is reporting that Kevin Rudd is now Prime Minister, after John Howard has phoned Mr. Rudd to concede defeat. However, Howard may still be a MP, with Maxine McKew still not claiming victory as it is on “knife edge”. More info is on our Twitter Feed, see the right sidebar on our Election 2007 Page

Update: 10:00PM

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Filling in for Terence Coalition Votes % Swing % Liberal/National Coalition 4,004,831 46.29 -5.71 Australian Labor Party 4,646,111 53.71 +5.71 More on twitter!

Update: 9:30PM

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Decided to fill in for Terence and here it is…… Kevin Rudd has won the 2007 Australian Election according to Channel Nine. The Current results from the AEC are: Coalition Votes Percentage % Swing % Party NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total Divisions Won This Election Last Election Liberal 12 12 6 7 4 0 0 0 41 74 Australian Labor Party 25 19 12 3 6 [...]

Election Update: 9:00PM

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Liberal/National : 3,059,695 Votes (46.12%) Labor: 3,575,113 Votes (53.88%) Party NSW VIC QLD WA SA TAS ACT NT Total Divisions Won This Election Last Election Liberal 12 12 7 0 4 0 0 0 35 74 Australian Labor Party 25 19 13 0 6 3 2 1 69 60 The Nationals 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 CLP – The Territory Party 0 0 0 0 [...]

Breaking News: ABC Election analysts says Labor Wins

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ABC election analyst Antony Green says Labor is on the cusp of victory and needs only two seats in Queensland to claim victory. Mr Green says on current figures he predicts Labor winning 78 seats with a majority of six. On those figures he says he can make a cautious prediction of Labor forming a government. Labor deputy leader Julia Gillard says the party is expecting to win five or [...]

Election Result: Lindsay, NSW

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First Preferences Polling Places Returned: 25 of 36 Enrolment: 90,349 Votes Counted: 53.13% Candidate Party Votes % Swing (%) BAYLEY, Grant LDP 329 0.73 +0.73 EDWARDS, Lesley The Greens 1,507 3.32 -0.05 CHIJOFF, Karen Liberal 17,280 38.10 -7.50 HARROLD, Lisa Independent 512 1.13 +1.13 MULLER, Iris Family First 440 0.97 -0.40 GREEN, Andrew Christian Democratic Party (Fred Nile Group) 1,438 3.17 +0.30 BRADBURY, David Labor 23,479 51.76 +11.76 McNALLY, Kerry [...]

PM In Danger in Bennelong

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Prime Minister John Howard could be on track to become the first sitting PM since 1929 to lose his seat, with Labor challenger Maxine McKew ahead by more than 6 per cent after preferences with more than 9 per cent of the vote counted in Bennelong. Deputy Labor leader Julia Gillard says the signs are good for Ms McKew but it is too early to call the result. “I’m a [...]

ABC Results : 7:35PM

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Results from ABC Online Liberal – 36.5% Labor – 43.0% National – 5.3% Greens – 7.8% Family First – 2.2% Others – 5.2%