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One Nation's Tracey Bell-Henselin has secured 23.65% of the primary vote to date with Labor on 27.54%, the Greens on 11.88% and Mr Powell on 34.14%.
Ms Bell-Henselin's preferences are breaking heavily to Mr Powell despite her card placing Labor ahead.
But Mr Hampstead said One Nation voters weren't following the party's How to Vote cards and were heavily-favouring Mr Powell over himself.
He said Safe Communities lobbying arm Rite-ON had been active throughout the electorate urging voters to ignore the One Nation cards and to put Labor last.
LIVE 9.30PM: "I'd rather be Sandy Bolton than Glen Elmes at the moment." He's not conceding, far from it, but Noosa MP Glen Elmes recognises he has the fight of his political life on his hands as former Noosa councillor and Independent candidate Sandy Bolton launches a raid on the long-time LNP seat.
Mr Elmes said it was way too early to make a call either way, with about 16,000 pre-poll votes and almost 2000 postal votes still to count.
Mr Powell said he was 50-50 with Mr Hampstead and he was neither claiming or conceding victory.
"We just have to wait and see when these others are counted," Mr Elmes said."I'm delighted to retain the seat of Maroochydore," she told the Daily tonight."You never take that support for granted." She said she had the "fire in the belly" and was ready to fight for the area she loved, as the prospect of a majority Labor Government looms large.Mr Hampstead, who had been considered a near certainty to win the seat, said he was feeling really disappointed having come so close in 2015."We are one and a half points behind at the moment," he said.
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"I don't hold a lot of hope." The result would be decided by postal and pre-poll votes which Mr Hampstead generally favoured the LNP.