An account of the electoral and constitutional situation in Queensland, most of it cribbed from Professor Graeme Orr.
Slowly over the course of the coming week, we will learn if Labor has scrambled over the line for a parliamentary majority. Follow the action day-by-day on this post.
An epic Queensland election day overview encompassing late polling, seat result modelling, seats to watch (i.e. most of them), and a big colourful map.
A calm-before-the-storm post, ahead of a flood of late polling to hit us this evening, followed tomorrow by the only poll that matters.
Tide yourself over in the calm before the late-campaign polling storm with an assemblage of campaign bits and pieces compiled from news media reportage.
A new result for Newspoll provides Labor with a great headline, but as a small-sample poll with a combined result for three very disparate electorates, it's very hard to say how much it might mean.
After a dead heat in a ReachTEL poll conducted on the evening the election was announced, a second poll for the Seven Network finds the Liberal National Party moving ahead.