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Tasmania votes 2018: Key issues and likely outcomes with Antony Green


Public forum and Q&A featuring election analyst Antony Green in conversation with Professor Richard Eccleston

Start Date

28th Feb 2018 12:30pm

End Date

28th Feb 2018 1:30pm


Aurora theatre, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Sciences (IMAS), Castray Esplanade, Hobart

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Ahead of the Tasmanian election on March 3 hear from election analyst Antony Green on the issues, personalities and electorates that will determine who leads the state.

From hinge seats to the prospect of a hung parliament, Green will discuss all the hot topics with political scientist and Institute for the Study of Social Change director Professor Richard Eccleston.

Followed by a Q & A session that will give you the chance to ask the questions you want answered about Tasmania's electoral system, political history, voting patterns and more ahead of the March 3 poll.

Antony Green is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Election Analyst and is responsible for the content of the ABC's election website including editorial responsibility for the site's data analysis and the ABC's election night results service. He also contributes a popular blog on electoral matters for the site.

Antony has worked for the ABC since 1989. In that time he has worked on more than 60 federal, state and territory elections and is the face of election night coverage in Australia. He has also worked on local government elections, numerous by-elections and covered elections in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Canada for the ABC.

Antony studied at the University of Sydney and was awarded a Bachelor of Science in Pure Mathematics and Computer Science, and a Bachelor of Economics with Honours in politics. He was granted an Honorary Doctor of Letters by the University of Sydney in 2014 and appointed an Adjunct Professor in the University of Sydney's Department of Government and International Relations in 2015.

This free event is hosted by the Institute for the Study of Social Change at the University of Tasmania and the Electoral Regulation Research Network (ERRN).