Seven News will give viewers a ringside seat as Victorians head to the polls this Saturday, with former Premiers Jeff Kennett and John Brumby joined by the leader of the Palmer United Party leader, Clive Palmer, in dissecting and debating the results of the 2014 state election.
Starting at 5pm on Saturday, the Seven News coverage – Victoria Votes 2014 – will be hosted by Peter Mitchell and Jennifer Keyte alongside the award-winning state political reporter Brendan Donohoe.
Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle and Shadow Attorney General Martin Pakula will also join what promises to be the most informative and entertaining election night panel on TV.
Senior reporter Jacqueline Felgate will be in studio to track the social media commentary, with viewers encouraged to join the Twitter conversation at #YourSay7.
And throughout the rolling live coverage Seven News reporters will be posted in key battleground electorates across the state as Denis Napthine’s Coalition government is tackled by the Daniel Andrews-led Labor Party at the ballot box.
The results of the last Seven News-ReachTEL poll will be revealed in Friday’s 6pm News bulletin.
Victoria Votes 2014 – From 5pm, Saturday November 29, live on Channel 7 in Melbourne.