Seven News: WA Decides: 2021

Susannah Carr & Rick Ardon will present Seven's coverage of WA's State Election this Saturday.

Susannah Carr & Rick Ardon will present Seven’s coverage of WA’s State Election this Saturday in WA Decides: 2021.

Tim McMillan, Geof Parry and Mark Riley will also feature.

Seven’s Director of News, Ray Kuka, said: “While the popular Premier, Mark McGowan, is expected to be a shoo-in, the impact and control he has could change WA for the next four years. The 7NEWS exclusive access at Parliament House and premier panel of experts will mean WA Decides: 2021 cannot be missed.”

Hosted by Susannah Carr, from the Seven Network’s state-of-the-art election hub at Osborne Park, and Rick Ardon, who will be broadcasting Live from Labor HQ, WA Decides: 2021 will bring viewers the very latest news from around the State as seats fall and Fortress WA chooses its next Premier.

In another Channel Seven political exclusive, 7NEWS will broadcast Live from the Legislative Assembly of the newly refurbished State Parliament. Inside the chamber, Tim McMillan and Geof Parry will update the winning seats throughout the night and the impact the voting will have on West Australians.

Seven’s Political Editor, Mark Riley, will be on hand to break down the balance of power as the numbers come in, and what the seat tally will mean for both the Government and the Opposition.

WA Treasurer Ben Wyatt will provide 7NEWS viewers with his own in-depth analysis of the vote count, and an exclusive insight into what’s unfolding inside both party rooms.

Also joining the 7NEWS WA Decides election panel, with expert commentary, will be the Liberals’ Deputy Leader Libby Mettam, to explain their rebuilding plan for the next four years; rising Labor star Amber-Jade Sanderson, who will describe how a new-look cabinet could shape up; and Liberal Party stalwart Murray Cowper, who will explosively reveal exactly what has gone wrong in the party he served for 12 years.

Member for Perth and former Labor State Secretary, Patrick Gorman, and Liberal Senator Ben Small – who replaced Federal Minister for Finance, Mathias Cormann, in the Senate – will also be part of the 7NEWS election broadcast team. They will provide exclusive insight from party insiders on which seats will be won or lost, before the official results are in.

5pm Saturday 13 March in WA.

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