Everything you need to know for the election.
Everything you need to know for the election.

ELECTION: Frecklington returned as MP, Labor back in office

UPDATE 9.45PM: While there was early success for Deb Frecklington tonight, with the opposition leader claiming an early win in her seat of Nanango, the rest of the results haven't been that positive. 

Despite increasing her primary vote from the 2017 election (as of 9.45pm), the LNP will remain in opposition for four years. 

Labor has been returned to power for a third term, with pollsters now waiting to determine whether it will be a minority or a majority government. 

The news was even worse for One Nation, with a huge swing against the party across the state, which was mirrored in Nanango. 

One Nation candidate Tony Scrimshaw is sitting with just 14.76 per cent, a massive fall from the party's 27.44 per cent in 2017. 

Labor appears to have picked up much of these votes, with Mark Stapleton sitting in second place on primary votes with 28.16 per cent - well above the party's 19.27 per cent 2017 results. 

EARLIER 7.30PM Early results show One Nation's vote has collapsed, in results that are being mirrored across the state. 

Tony Scrimshaw is currently sitting on just 13.22 per cent of primary votes, a massive drop from the One Nation's result of 27.4 per cent in 2017. 

EARLIER 7PM: After just one hour of counting - it appears the leader of the opposition and incumbent MP Deb Frecklington will retain her seat as expected. 

With 14.85 per cent of the vote counted, Mrs Frecklington is well ahead of her opponents on 49.73 per cent of primary votes. 

Labor's Mark Stapleton is her closest rival, currently sitting with 28.18 per cent. 

One Nation's Tony Scrimshaw rounds out the top three on just 13.24 per cent. 

Both the Courier Mail and ABC predicting the seat for an LNP retain. 

EARLIER: WE'RE just minutes away from polls closing across the state for the 2020 Queensland election.

This election has been tight from the very beginning, and it's likely the results will come down to the wire to determine who will lead the state for the next four years.

This year has also seen one of the biggest pre-poll turnouts in Queensland history with about half of all voters casting their ballots before today.

Stay with us as we bring you all the latest updates of results for both the electorate of Nanango and state wide results as well.

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Five candidates are vying for the seat of Nanango, including incumbent and state opposition leader Deb Frecklington.

Click on their names to read more about them:

Tony Scrimshaw - Pauline Hanson's One Nation

Deb Frecklington - LNP

Mark Stapleton - Australian Labor Party

Maggie O'Rance- Legalise Cannabis Qld Party

John Harbison - The Greens

(Note: Maggie O'Rance was contacted multiple times but did not respond.)


 To help voters make their decision, we've spoken to the candidates to find out what they stand on the key issues facing the state.

You can find their responses here:

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Nanango candidates present their plans to tackle crime

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