8am to 6pm, 1 May 2021

Tasmania goes to the polls in an early snap election on 1st May, 2021.

The election was called after the Speaker Sue Hickey quit the Liberal Party throwing the Gutwein Government into a minority government.

Things are moving fast!

Please consider voting on moral and ethical grounds. Choose those who are most likely to support God’s laws in Parliament.

Bass


Five seats are up for election. The Labor Party is defending two seats. The Liberal Party is defending three seats.

Labor candidates

All members of the Labor Party voted for assisted suicide. While they said there was a conscience vote, all exercised their consciences in the same way.

**Liberal candidates

The Health Minister** sponsored the Assisted Suicide bill in the Lower House. She spoke and voted for the Bill which will allow the killing of the vulnerable.

Michael Ferguson was one of the strongest pro-life voices in the debate, both in and out of Parliament. He has faced much opposition because of this and needs much encouragement and prayer.

While the Premier should be commended for allowing the Liberals a genuine conscience vote, he voted for assisted suicide.

Lara Alexander is likely to have voted against the Bill had she been in Parliament.

Greens candidates

The Greens voted for Assisted Suicide as a policy. They have no conscience vote on this type of issue.

Ungrouped candidates

Braddon


Five seats are up for election. The Labor Party is defending two seats. The Liberal Party is defending three seats.

Labor candidates

All members of the Labor Party voted for assisted suicide. While they said there was a conscience vote, all exercised their consciences in the same way.

**Liberal candidates

Felix Ellis** took a leading role in the debate on the pro-life side and voted against the Bill. Please pray for and encourage him.

Greens candidates

The Greens voted for Assisted Suicide as a policy. They have no conscience vote on this type of issue.

Ungrouped candidates

Clark


Five seats are up for election. The Labor Party is defending two seats, although one was occupied by independent Madeleine Ogilvie after she declined to rejoin the Labor Party after winning a countback for a Labor vacancy. Ogilvie has been sitting as an independent but has nominated as a Liberal Party candidate for the election. The Liberal Party is defending two seats, although Sue Hickey resigned from the party to sit as an independent. The Tasmanian Greens are defending one seat.

Labor candidates

All members of the Labor Party voted for assisted suicide. While they said there was a conscience vote, all exercised their consciences in the same way.