ACT 2020 election: ACT attorney general fighting for the seat |...

ACT 2020 election: ACT attorney general fighting for the seat |...
ACT 2020 election: ACT attorney general fighting for the seat |...

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Attorney General Gordon Ramsay is fighting to retain his seat on the ACT Legislative Assembly. One expert said the Labor Frontbencher’s position was “at least sensitive”. Mr Ramsay is in a close battle with Liberal Peter Cain for the fifth and final seat in the Belconnen-based Ginninderra electorate as the vote count continued in Monday’s ACT election. Meanwhile, the Liberals hope Candice Burch can sneak past Rebecca Vassarotti of the Greens and keep her seat in Kurrajong. Prime Minister Andrew Barr said it would be a “devastating loss for ACT Labor” if Mr Ramsay lost his seat, despite insisting that his colleague was far from defeated. Labor backers Deepak-Raj Gupta and Bec Cody have already lost their seats, but Mr Ramsay would be the party’s biggest casualty in an election that saw Labor return to government, but with up to two fewer members. Ramsay, a former Church pastor, was immediately appointed ACT Attorney General upon his election in 2016. He also works in business and oversight, arts, construction quality, senior citizens and veterans affairs. Mr Barr said Mr Ramsay’s endorsement of senior Canberrans who he believed would be more likely to complete postal votes could benefit him late in the count. “I’m not copying Gordon yet,” Barr said Monday morning. “Yes, I am absolutely sweating about this result because Gordon is an outstanding member of the legislative assembly and has a wealth of community experience.” It would be a devastating loss to ACT Labor. But I hope he gets there. There are still many votes to count. “While Mr Ramsay improved his personal vote from 2016 onwards, he suffered a 1 percent swing against Labor in the seat. Deputy Prime Minister Yvette Berry and backbencher Tara Cheyne comfortably kept their seats, Election analyst Kevin Bonham said Labor would take the third seat always threatened in Ginninderra if the primary votes of the Greens would rise – which was the case. The Greens candidate, Jo Clay, took fourth place on the back while Dr. Bonham said there wasn’t enough data to make a definitive call, his numbers suggested Mr Ramsay would fall short if the count was stopped on Monday morning, at least his position is sensitive, “said Dr. Bonham. Labor hopes of keeping the third seat in Ginninderra were helped by a poor performance by the Canberra Liberals, whose main vote fell 5.8 percent. If Mr Cain doesn’t win, Elizabe Der Kikkert will be the only Liberal representative in western Canberra. Liberal campaign director Josh Manuatu said the race in Ginninderra was too short to call. Liberals are not giving up on Ms. Burch holding her seat despite ABC analyst Antony Green handing the seat over to Ms. Vassarotti. The fifth seat in the southern suburb of Brindabella is still pending, and Labor’s Taimus Werner-Gibbings is in an extremely close race with Johnathan Davis of the Greens. CONTINUE READING:

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October 19, 2020 – 1:00 p.m.

Attorney General Gordon Ramsay is fighting to retain his seat on the ACT Legislative Assembly. One expert said the Labor Frontbencher’s position was “at least sensitive”.

Mr Ramsay is in a close battle with Liberal Peter Cain for the fifth and final seat in the Belconnen-based Ginninderra electorate as the vote count continued in Monday’s ACT election.

Meanwhile, the Liberals are hoping Candice Burch can sneak past Rebecca Vassarotti of the Greensand keep their headquarters in Kurrajong.

Prime Minister Andrew Barr said it would be a “devastating loss for ACT Labor” if Mr Ramsay lost his seat, despite insisting that his colleague was far from defeated.

Ramsay, a former Church pastor, was immediately appointed ACT Attorney General upon his election in 2016. He also works in business and oversight, arts, construction quality, senior citizens and veterans affairs.

Mr Barr said Mr Ramsay’s endorsement of senior Canberrans who he believed would be more likely to complete postal votes could benefit him late in the count.

“I’m not copying Gordon yet,” Barr said Monday morning.

“Yes, I am absolutely sweating about this result because Gordon is an outstanding member of the legislative assembly and has a wealth of community experience.

“It would be a devastating loss for ACT Labor. But I hope he will get there. There are still many votes to count. ”

While Mr Ramsay has improved his personal voice as of 2016, he has suffered from a 1 percent swing against Labor in the seat. Deputy Prime Minister Yvette Berry and backbencher Tara Cheyne comfortably kept their seats on Saturday.

Election analyst Kevin Bonham said Labor would always threaten the third seat in Ginninderra if the Greens’ primary votes rose – which it did.

The Greens’ candidate, Jo Clay, took fourth place on the back of a 3 percent swing for Shane Rattenbury’s party.

While Dr. Bonham said there wasn’t enough data to make a definitive call, his numbers suggested Mr Ramsay would fall short if the count stopped Monday morning.

“At least his position is sensitive,” said Dr. Bonham.

Labor hopes of retaining the third seat in Ginninderra were bolstered by a poor performance by the Canberra Liberals, whose primary vote fell 5.8 percent.

If Mr Cain doesn’t win, Elizabeth Kikkert will be the only Liberal representative in western Canberra.

Liberal campaign director Josh Manuatu said the race in Ginninderra was too short to call.

Liberals are not giving up on Ms. Burch holding her seat despite ABC analyst Antony Green handing the seat over to Ms. Vassarotti.

The fifth seat in the southern suburbs of Brindabella is still pending, and Taimus Werner-Gibbings of Labor is in an extremely close race with Johnathan Davis of the Greens.

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