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From 6pm on Election Night, Leigh Sales, Antony Green, and David Speers will spearhead ABC's television election broadcast.

Tune in on ABC TV and ABC iview: iview.abc.net.au
 
 
To mark election eve we return to the campaign spokespeople for each party: Senator @Birmo for the Coalition, and @Tony_Burke for the Labor Party. #abc730 #auspol
 
For a wrap of the campaign, Leigh Sales is joined by The Age's Niki Savva and The Australian's Greg Sheridan. #abc730 #auspol
 
7.30's chief political correspondent @latingle looks back over the election campaign. #abc730 #auspol
 
The end of the election is in sight and no doubt many Australians can't wait for it to be over. Two of those Australians are 7.30 satirist @markhumphries and co-writer @evanwilliams. #abc730 #auspol
 
 
"I think that it's been a shabby and poor campaign ... I think in policy terms, it's one of least consequential debates and campaigns that we've ever seen." - Greg Sheridan, The Australian. #abc730 #auspol
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"It hasn't been about policies. It has been about the personalities of the two leaders ... I think that each man has been able to make the case against the other, but not necessarily the case for himself." - Niki Savva, The Age. #abc730 #auspol
 
"I think that it's been a shabby and poor campaign ... I think in policy terms, it's one of least consequential debates and campaigns that we've ever seen." - Greg Sheridan, The Australian. #abc730 #auspol
 
“During this campaign, with respect, some of the nonsense that's gone on from some of the journalists thinking that the campaign was about them and gotcha moments is one of the things that puts people off politics.” – Opposition Leader @AlboMP. #abc730 #auspol
 
“I'll tell you what happened, we lost the last election and those cuts, the tax cuts, have been legislated. What I have said is we’re not going to re-litigate all of the issues that have occurred at previous elections.” – Opposition Leader @AlboMP. #abc730 #auspol
 
“Even Scott Morrison has given up on better the devil you know, & has distanced himself from Scott Morrison, when he has said that he will change if he's elected. Well, the way that you get change is to change the government tomorrow.” – Opposition Leader @AlboMP. #abc730 #auspol
 
It's been an unusual six weeks in an election where there are so many moving parts and so many variables that only a fool would attempt to predict the result. #abc730 #auspol @latingle
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“After all the racing around the country, all the predictions about the result tomorrow night, perhaps the most interesting picture to emerge from the 2022 election campaign road trip has been where leaders have gone, as well as where they have not.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
 
It's been an unusual six weeks in an election where there are so many moving parts and so many variables that only a fool would attempt to predict the result. #abc730 #auspol @latingle
 
 
Tonight, @AlboMP joins Leigh Sales for his major election campaign interview. Tune in on ABC TV and ABC iview. #abc730
 
Most private schools that took JobKeeper increased their income during the first year of the pandemic, including some of Australia's most exclusive schools. @DanConifer #abc730

abc.net.au/news/2022-05-2…
 
7.30 can reveal that hundreds of millions of dollars in JobKeeper went to private schools, while these same schools were increasing their incomes on the way to a surplus of almost one billion dollars. #abc730 @DanConifer #auspol
 
The Prime Minister spent the day chasing votes in a couple of marginal Labor seats, while the Opposition Leader was caught up in a media brawl, partly about Labor's policy costings and partly about their media management strategy. @latingle #abc730 #auspol
 
Labor has been pushing hard to take seats from the Morrison Government in Queensland. Queensland was a shining star for the Coalition last time and some analysts say it could be hard going for Labor this time too. #abc730 @michaelatkin #auspol
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As @michaelatkin reports, the question is whether cost of living pressures might persuade people to change their vote. #abc730 #auspol
 
Labor has been pushing hard to take seats from the Morrison Government in Queensland. Queensland was a shining star for the Coalition last time and some analysts say it could be hard going for Labor this time too. #abc730 @michaelatkin #auspol
 
There's been plenty of speculation during this campaign about the prospect of a hung parliament. But no matter what happens on Saturday in the House of Reps, it's almost certain the Senate will play a crucial role in the nation's political future. #abc730 @jamesglenday #auspol
 
JobKeeper was the biggest stimulus for the Australian economy ever. It did save hundreds of thousands of jobs, without question. What it wasn't, was a flawless scheme. #abc730 @DanConifer #auspol
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Tonight 7.30 can reveal that hundreds of millions of dollars in JobKeeper went to private schools, while these same schools were increasing their incomes on the way to a surplus of almost one billion dollars. #abc730 #auspol
 
JobKeeper was the biggest stimulus for the Australian economy ever. It did save hundreds of thousands of jobs, without question. What it wasn't, was a flawless scheme. #abc730 @DanConifer #auspol
 
 
 
Aged care homes don't need 'evidence' on food spending to receive government funding, with a third still spending less than $10 a day. More tonight from @anneconnollyabc @KylesTaylor on #abc730.

abc.net.au/news/2022-05-1…
Aged care homes don't need 'evidence'on food spending to receive government funding, witha third still spending less than $10 a day
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Today the campaign was dominated by questions about Labor's policy costings - they're not out until tomorrow - and the release of further data showing real wages are falling. Against that backdrop Anthony Albanese addressed the National Press Club. #abc730 @latingle #auspol
 
Record-breaking heatwaves in India and Pakistan are seeing millions of people coping with daily temperatures above 45 degrees. Scientists say it should remind the world that the effects of climate change are being felt now. #abc730 @AvaniDias
 
Sexual assault support services struggling to cope with record demand. #abc730 @hagarco abc.net.au/news/2022-05-1…
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If you need help, call the national sexual assault and family violence counselling helpline @1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732.
 
Sexual assault support services struggling to cope with record demand. #abc730 @hagarco abc.net.au/news/2022-05-1…
 
Last year Facebook pages shut down in Australia for some hospitals, emergency services and charities during a stand-off with the federal government about a proposal to make social media giants pay for news content. #abc730 @MVincentOZ
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Facebook blamed a technical error at the time but it's now been accused of causing the chaos deliberately. #abc730
 
Last year Facebook pages shut down in Australia for some hospitals, emergency services and charities during a stand-off with the federal government about a proposal to make social media giants pay for news content. #abc730 @MVincentOZ
 
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“The government announced yesterday that it would save $1 billion by imposing constraints on public service spending.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
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“Today the Opposition leader announced three quarters of a billion dollars of savings from putting some of the funds that the government distributes to target electorates back into the budget where it says it can be better spent on delivering services.” - @latingle #abc730
 
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“Labor argues the late release of costings is just what the Coalition did in 2010 and 2013. But this sits uncomfortably with its pledge for better standards and accountability.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
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“The government announced yesterday that it would save $1 billion by imposing constraints on public service spending.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
 
In reply to @abc730
“Labor is not denying that they will spend more than the government but is arguing it is a quality spend, rather than spending on pork barrelling.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
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“Labor argues the late release of costings is just what the Coalition did in 2010 and 2013. But this sits uncomfortably with its pledge for better standards and accountability.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
 
In reply to @abc730
“By this morning the government was claiming that its estimates were that Labor’s policies would cost $25 billion more than the government’s over four years.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
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“Labor is not denying that they will spend more than the government but is arguing it is a quality spend, rather than spending on pork barrelling.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
 
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“It was the issue of costings which yesterday produced a campaign image which played large on the TV. Anthony Albanese was shown walking away, or ‘running’ according to some, from a press conference where, he protests, he had already answered 18 questions.” - @latingle #abc730
Replying to @abc730
“By this morning the government was claiming that its estimates were that Labor’s policies would cost $25 billion more than the government’s over four years.” - @latingle #abc730 #auspol
 
In reply to @abc730
Today the campaign was dominated by questions about Labor's policy costings - they're not out until tomorrow - and the release of further data showing real wages are falling. Against that backdrop Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese addressed the National Press Club. #abc730
Replying to @abc730
“It was the issue of costings which yesterday produced a campaign image which played large on the TV. Anthony Albanese was shown walking away, or ‘running’ according to some, from a press conference where, he protests, he had already answered 18 questions.” - @latingle #abc730
 
Two published opinion polls today showed the gap between the major parties narrowing in the final days before Saturday's federal election. #abc730 #auspol @latingle
Replying to @abc730
Today the campaign was dominated by questions about Labor's policy costings - they're not out until tomorrow - and the release of further data showing real wages are falling. Against that backdrop Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese addressed the National Press Club. #abc730
 
Two published opinion polls today showed the gap between the major parties narrowing in the final days before Saturday's federal election. #abc730 #auspol @latingle
 
Governments & emergency services have faced a series of massive disasters recently, from floods to fires. Now former insiders claim a lack of investment in the kind of long-term modelling Australia needs to adapt to a more volatile climate. #abc730 @MikeySlezak @pennytimms
 
Coming up on #abc730...
 
Tonight on #abc730: With record numbers of sexual assault survivors speaking out and seeking help, specialised support services say they are struggling to meet demand. @hagarco

abc.net.au/news/2022-05-1…
Sexual assault support services struggling to cope with record demand
abc.net.au
 
In reply to @abc730
“Unfortunately, a vote for Constance is a vote for Morrison, and I won’t do that. I won’t do that. I’ve been a Liberal voter for 55 years, and they’ve lost me.” – Paul Schoonderwoerd #abc730
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"If you'd asked me if I would be talking about fireproof power poles, or evacuation centres ... I definitely wouldn't have been like that before. It definitely changed me. But I think one of the biggest things I found is that I can support people." – Fiona Phillips, MP #abc730
 
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“There is lifelong suffering. New Year’s Eve will never be the same … we’ve lost lives, we’ve lost property, and people want change. They don’t want things to go back to normal in terms of dealing with these issues.” – Andrew Constance, Liberal candidate #abc730
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“Unfortunately, a vote for Constance is a vote for Morrison, and I won’t do that. I won’t do that. I’ve been a Liberal voter for 55 years, and they’ve lost me.” – Paul Schoonderwoerd #abc730
 
New South Wales is going to be critical to Australia’s election outcome. One electorate the Coalition is hoping to flip is the coastal seat of Gilmore. #abc730
Replying to @abc730
“There is lifelong suffering. New Year’s Eve will never be the same … we’ve lost lives, we’ve lost property, and people want change. They don’t want things to go back to normal in terms of dealing with these issues.” – Andrew Constance, Liberal candidate #abc730
 
New South Wales is going to be critical to Australia’s election outcome. One electorate the Coalition is hoping to flip is the coastal seat of Gilmore. #abc730
 
In reply to @abc730
“Our report found that global greenhouse gas emissions have continued to increase, and in fact, we’re at the highest level in human history during the last decade. The train to 1.5 is leaving the station right now and we’re not on it.” – Dr Andy Reisinger, IPCC member #abc730
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"Obviously, the major parties have slightly different policies, one being regressive, one being a bit more proactive, but not anywhere near approaching the edge of what's possible or what could be." – Mike Cannon-Brookes #abc730
 
In reply to @abc730
“Every existing fossil fuel power plant, let alone every planned one, is a potentially stranded asset from an investment perspective. That’s why switching as quickly as possible to renewable energy, to low carbon energy, is critical.” – Dr Andy Reisinger, IPCC member #abc730
Replying to @abc730
“Our report found that global greenhouse gas emissions have continued to increase, and in fact, we’re at the highest level in human history during the last decade. The train to 1.5 is leaving the station right now and we’re not on it.” – Dr Andy Reisinger, IPCC member #abc730
 
 
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