What will be true of the 2024 Tasmanian state election?
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Close of Nominations
Resolved
YES
David O'Byrne is elected as an independent in Franklin
Resolved
YES
An independent candidate endorsed by Voices of Tasmania wins a seat
Resolved
N/A
The party that wins the election isn't clear until after the postal votes are counted
Resolved
NO
Both Labor and the Liberals disendorse a candidate after the close of nominations
Resolved
NO
Either Labor and/or the Liberals disendorse a candidate after the close of nominations
Resolved
NO
An independent wins a seat in every division
Resolved
NO
No non-Labor/Liberal/Green party successfully wins a seat
Resolved
NO
A successfully elected member resigns before parliament returns
Resolved
NO
A party runs more than seven candidates in a division (resolves after close of nominations)
Resolved
NO
The Greens win a seat in every division
Resolved
NO
Lara Alexander is elected in Bass
Resolved
NO
John Tucker is elected in Lyons

An election will be held in Tasmania's House of Assembly on the 23rd of March, 2024. This election will be the first since 1998 to see the five electoral divisions each elect seven members instead of five. The major parties are Liberal and Labor, with the Greens regularly receiving a few seats.

All statements will be resolved before or shortly after the writs are returned.

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The party that wins the election isn't clear until after the postal votes are counted

Have resolved this as N/A because I think I worded it so poorly as to make it useless.

An independent candidate endorsed by Voices of Tasmania wins a seat

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