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And the ACT election winner is …

With four days till the Assembly election it is time to declare the result as I see it of what has been a high promising financial campaign by both sides.  My political leanings are known so it is no surprise I predict a Liberal win, however the reasons call for justification. The extent of financial commitments […]
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