Time is running out for candidates to win over undecided voters, as the election campaign nears the home stretch.
Hundreds of thousands of people have already made their decision and voted in pre-poll centres around the country. More than 300,000 Australians cast their ballot on the first day booths were open yesterday.
The Coalition is campaigning in the northern Sydney seat of Bennelong today while Labor will head to the ultra-marginal seat of Chisholm in Melbourne as the major parties fight for the crucial seats to reach majority government.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese has already hit the airwaves this morning, when he refused to back a union claim for a 5.5 per cent rise in wages.
We'll deliver breaking news to keep you up-to-date on the latest campaign twists and turns, live as they happen. Stay tuned in here for all the developments as Australians turn out to decide who will lead the Parliament and the nation for the next three years.
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