ACT Votes: Will Labor secure a sixth term
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Canberrans have just three hours left to head to the polls in an election that will decided if Labor will secure a sixth term in parliament.
A whopping 70 per cent of the territory's 302,630 enrolled voters had cast their decision before Saturday.

This was a result of a three-week voting period due to COVID-19.

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr said it would be difficult for Labor to gain a majority in its own right, despite steering Canberrans through a year of devastating bushfires and the coronavirus pandemic.

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