Pic: of Katy Gallagher from here
The counting of votes will resume for the ACT election later today, after an inconclusive result last night.
Despite about 70 per cent of the votes having been counted, the parties went home without knowing who will be governing the ACT into the next term.
So far ACT Labor has secured seven seats, the Liberals seven and the ACT Greens one.
ABC election analyst Antony Green is predicting the final result will be Liberals eight, Labor seven and the Greens two.
With more than 73 per cent of the vote counted, Labor is currently ahead on primary votes with 39.1 per cent, a positive swing of 1.7 per cent.
The Liberals have 38 per cent of the vote, a strong swing of 6.4 per cent.
It has been a bad night for the Greens with a swing against the party of 4.6 per cent.