The current indication is that the results are too close to call
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Both of the main political parties are still unable to reach conclusive projections about who will win the election.
Officials from both parties are still taking representative samples from all of the electoral districts.
In the 2003 election it was evident by this time that the Nationalist Party had won the election.
The current indication is that the results today are too close to call and party officials from both sides are remaining cautious.