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Down to the wire: 50-50 in Marshall’s seat


Late on Tuesday afternoon the pair were each on 50 per cent in the eastern suburbs seat of Dunstan, named after former Labor premier Don Dunstan.The counting of two-party preferred votes had Mr Marshall on 8157, 11 behind Ms O’Hanlon. Ms O’Hanlon has improved her position since first preference votes were counted, with her taking 35.7 per cent (5823) while Mr Marshall had 46.4 per cent (7572).In other results former Liberal transport minister Corey Wingard has lost his previously safe seat of Gibson to Labor’s Sarah Andrews, independent candidate Lou Nicholson is poised to take the Fleurieu Peninsula seat of Finniss off former Liberal primary industry minister David Basham and former Liberal police minister Vincent Tarzia is set to keep his northeastern seat of Hartley.MORE TO COME

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