Seven: Queensland 2020 election

Sharyn Ghidella and Max Futcher will anchor Seven's Live state election coverage from inside Parliament House.

Seven Brisbane & Seven Queensland have Live coverage and analysis of the Queensland election this Saturday night.

Sharyn Ghidella and Max Futcher will be joined by political editor Mark Riley and a panel of political commentators from inside Parliament House – a first in the state’s history.

These include Queensland’s 35th Premier Rob Borbidge AO, Queensland Treasurer Cameron Dick, National’s Senator Matt Canavan, Shadow Federal Minister for Environment Terri Butler and Transport Minister Mark Bailey.

Curiously, Seven will also have a countdown of “the top 20 events which have shaped our past.”

7NEWS State Political Editor Patrick Lion will lead coverage in the field, backed by a team of reporters including Marlina Whop, Joel Dry and Katrina Blowers in all key battlegrounds across the state.

As well as up-to-the-minute results on the race to lead Queensland into the future, 7NEWS will also countdown the top 20 events which have shaped our past.

Seven iconic Queenslander’s who’ve shared a front row seat to the biggest stories and major events will deliver their verdicts on the landmark moments in the state’s history; Maroon’s legend Mal Meninga, Australia’s 25th and first female Governor-General Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO, Brisbane’s first female Lord Mayor Sallyanne Atkinson AO, Queensland’s 36th Premier Peter Beattie, Olympic swimming coach Laurie Lawrence along with 7NEWS veterans Kay McGrath and Pat Welsh.

Seven’s unrivalled election coverage begins from 5.00pm with a special 30-minute Queensland edition of 7NEWS, followed by Creek to Coast. Sharyn Ghidella and Max Futcher will present an historic edition of 7NEWS at 6.00 Live from inside Parliament House, covering the latest election updates as well as the day’s other headlines. Then settle in for Seven’s exclusive election night event Live from 7pm for two great races in one historic night.

7pm Saturday on Seven.

One Response

  1. Well I hope they do a better job than the coverage of Deb Frecklington on their local news last night. Long lingering shots of Deb’s legs as she exercised on a rowing machine was not the sort of political coverage we need.

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