How Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten are wooing undecided voters

Scott Morrison is. up at least one seat. bill shorten will start the day in Sydney. But Victoria, WA and Queensland all look earmarked for visits in this final week, as both parties desperately.

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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and prime minister scott morrison during question. they call a clear favourite. Mr Morrison has some hard decisions to make if he is to change the odds. He can.

Undecided voters have given the first leaders’ debate to Bill Shorten, as a record number of early votes were cast three weeks from the federal election. Prime Minister Scott Morrison targeted.

Local advisory councils help Brindisi shape policy In this role, she engages with students, faculty and administrators at Belmont to help promote and increase participation. Mayor David Briley’s Minority business advisory council where she helps.

Undecided voters have given the first leaders’ debate to Bill Shorten, as a record number of early votes were cast three weeks from the federal election. Prime Minister Scott Morrison targeted.

Undecided voters have given the first leaders’ debate to Bill Shorten, as a record number of early votes were cast three weeks from the federal election. Prime Minister Scott Morrison targeted.

Why first home buyers will pay MORE under Scott Morrison’s new scheme But instead experts have slammed the budget as a “missed opportunity” that will do little to improve the situation for young buyers. One of the ways the government has pledged to help first-time.

SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian politicians scrambled to win over undecided voters on Friday. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Labor leader Bill Shorten both sought to strike a sombre, more cordial.

With the final countdown for the election underway, both major parties are engaging in last-ditch bids to woo undecided voters. This Saturday’s poll is shaping up as a battle between young and old, with the Opposition taking aim at wealthy baby boomer property investors and promising more help for university students.

Why voters are turned off, tuned out and unmoved. With two weeks until election day, exclusive focus group testing of Bill Shorten and Scott Morrison and their policies reveals worrying signs for.

Scott Morrison Clashes With Bill Shorten "We are facing stiff headwinds into the future for our economy," Morrison told an audience of undecided voters in Western Australia state. Australia’s prime minister clashed with the leader of the opposition on Monday over tax, climate change and national security as the rivals squared-off in a.

Undecided voters have given the first leaders’ debate to Bill Shorten, as a record number of early votes were cast three weeks from the federal election. Prime Minister Scott Morrison targeted Labor’s tax and climate policies with questions about how much they would cost – which resonated with some voters at the debate.