I plan on updating this blog post as counting proceeds in key seats over the next few days.
Reversal of Labor 154-vote margin on Sunday.
Decrease from 62-vote margin on Sunday.
Decrease from 74-vote margin on Sunday.
The addition of remote booths pushed Labor from third place to first.
The Labor Party and Liberal Party should come in the top two. The Greens are on 23.7%, not far behind the Liberal Party on 24.8%, but the Liberals should stay ahead, particularly with Nationals preferences.
Labor is most likely to come out on top when a two-party count is conducted, but no count is yet to be done.
Increase from 142-vote margin on Sunday.
Labor leads the Greens by 7493 votes for the final seat (up from 3,959).
The Greens trail Labor by 11,427 votes (up from 7,019) and Liberal by 8,035 votes (up from 6,527).
The Greens lead Labor by 1,739 votes (down from over 7,500).
The Shooters and Fishers look certain to win the final seat.
The Greens lead Labor by 148 votes (down from 1,457).
The Nationals lead Family First by 45 votes, which is a reversal of a previous lead for Family First.