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VIDEO: Albanese flies in to woo Boothby voters


Federal Labor leader Anthony Albanese has flown into Adelaide to woo voters in Glenelg and at Marion late yesterday as part of the Opposition’s bid to win Boothby – South Australia’s most marginal seat – at the upcoming election.

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It comes as Prime Minister Scott Morrison is expected to call the federal election this weekend, widely tipped for a  May 14 or 21 poll date.

Speaking to reporters yesterday, Albanese summed up his platform on as seeking “a better future for Australia where no one is left behind and no one held back”.

“Where we make more things here, where people have more secure work, and they have a better standard of living through cheaper electricity prices by acting on climate change, and cheaper child care,” he said.

Albanese points to infighting within the Liberals as a sign the government is more concerned with its own survival than issues of importance to Australians.

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