The Liberals are duly pleased with themselves for having run a campaign based on bread-and-butter economic fundamentals, aided by the economy's undeniably strong performance on Premier Will Hodgman's watch.
The Tasmanian Liberals have gained ground in the lead up to tomorrow's state election, but there are still a few battlegrounds that could see the tide turn.
One thing Barnaby's defenders have used to argue their case is that the Deputy PM is really very good at "retail politics", that he reinvigorated the Nationals Party. But is that actually true?
David Feeney's resignation is a blessing for the Greens. But the fight isn't over yet.
In Australia's poorest state, Labor represents a default setting that voters gravitate back to after their infrequent acts of rebellion.
With state elections in Tasmania, South Australia and Victoria, 2018 is shaping up to be a wild ride for poll watchers.
Both sides are busy spinning the weekend's byelection result, but the Liberals' claim to bragging rights is outwardly more compelling.
A win for Kristina Keneally tomorrow is a big ask -- but not without precedent.
As the LNP licks its wounds, it would do well to consider what damage the 'toffs in Ascot' did to their chances in regional QLD