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2022 Federal Election Campaign: Week 2

2022 Federal Election Campaign: Week 2

2022 Federal Election Campaign: Week 2

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Premier Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese covered a lot of ground in the second week of the federal election campaign. There will be plenty more photo opportunities in the coming weeks before Australia chooses its next government.

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison at Westmead Children’s Hospital, Parramatta headquarters.Credit:James Brickwood

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Leader of the Opposition Anthony Albanese speaks to the media during a home interview during a visit to Manildra Shoalhaven Starches in Bomaderry, NSW.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Scott Morrison at Ferra Engineering’s headquarters in Bonner, Queensland.Credit:James Brickwood

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Anthony Albanese and his partner, Jodie Haydon, during a visit to the Byron Bay Bluesfest in Byron Bay, NSW.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Scott Morrison during a visit to Pearce headquarters, with Linda Aitken (left), Pearce’s Liberal candidate, and Attorney General Michaelia Cash (right).Credit:James Brickwood

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Anthony Albanese meets Labor candidate for Bennelong, Jerome Laxale, at a cafe in Top Ryde City shopping center in Sydney, NSW.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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The Prime Minister visits RAAF Base Amberley, Queensland. Credit:James Brickwood

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The Leader of the Opposition leaves after a visit to Manildra Shoalhaven Starches in Bomaderry, NSW.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Scott Morrison visits BCF (Camping Boating Fishing) in West Gosford in Robertson’s seat with Lucy Wicks (left), MP for Robertson, and Senator Jonathon Duniam.Credit:James Brickwood

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Anthony Albanese during a visit to Symons House retirement village in Nowra, NSW.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Scott Morrison visits Living Gems Retirement Village at South Caboolture in the headquarters of Longman, Queensland.Credit:James Brickwood

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Labor campaign spokesman Jason Clare at a press conference in Sydney as the Leader of the Opposition self-isolates due to COVID-19.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Senator Michaelia Cash and Prime Minister Scott Morrison visit Austral Ships at Fremantle headquarters.Credit:James Brickwood

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Opposition Housing and Homelessness Spokesperson Jason Clare and Labor MP Susan Templeman with residents during a visit to inspect flood damage along Cornwallis Road in Cornwallis, NSW.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Peter Dutton and Scott Morrison visit TAE Aerospace at Bundamba, headquarters in Blair, Queensland.Credit:James Brickwood

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Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers, Labor candidate for Forde Rowan Holzeberger and Deputy Labor Leader Richard Marles during a visit to Munster Mechanical in Slacks Creek, Queensland.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Three men dressed as cavemen awaited the Prime Minister’s arrival at Bunnings Malaga in the Cowan seat, referring to a comment he made about the film The Croods and WA’s strict COVID lockdown laws.Credit:James Brickwood

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Shadow Treasurer Jim Chalmers (right) with his wife Laura (left) and their children Jack, Annabel and Leo, with Shadow Finance Minister Senator Katy Gallagher at a campaign launch event, at Rankin Headquarters , in Logan, Queensland.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Scott Morrison visits Woodside Karda Robotics in Perth, with Swan’s Liberal candidate Kristy McSweeney.Credit:James Brickwood

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Opposition leader Anthony Albanese during a visit to flood-affected properties in Brisbane.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Scott Morrison visits Living Gems Retirement Village at South Caboolture in the headquarters of Longman, Queensland.Credit:James Brickwood

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Anthony Albanese during a visit to Symons House retirement village in Nowra, NSW.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Scott Morrison visits Bunnings Malaga headquarters in Cowan, WA.Credit:James Brickwood

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Anthony Albanese and his partner, Jodie Haydon, meet Reverend Rosemary Wynter (left) and her dogs during a visit to All Souls Anglican Church in Bangalow, NSW. Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Labor candidate for Dickson Ali France with opposition leader Anthony Albanese see a drone fly during a meeting with representatives from Disaster Relief Australia at the Kallangur Memorial Bowls Club in Queensland.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the Western Australian Minerals and Energy Chamber, with National Senator Bridget McKenzie and Attorney General and Minister for Industrial Relations Michaelia Cash.Credit:James Brickwood

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Anthony Albanese during a visit to Tritium, an EV charger manufacturer in Murarrie, Queensland.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Scott Morrison having coffee with Dr Rachel Swift, Boothby’s Liberal candidate, in Adelaide, SA. Credit:James Brickwood

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Anthony Albanese gives an interview at the door during a visit to Tritium, a manufacturer of EV chargers in Murarrie, Queensland.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Attorney General Michaelia Cash, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Defense Industry Minister Melissa Price inspect the advanced Cape Class patrol boats during a visit to Austal Ships in Perth.Credit:James Brickwood

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Anthony Albanese takes a selfie with workers during a visit to Toll NQX’s national office in Berrinba, Queensland.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison at Westmead Children’s Hospital in Parramatta Headquarters with outgoing MP Julie Owens and Health Minister Great Hunt.Credit:James Brickwood

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Opposition leader Anthony Albanese meets people as he leaves the Easter service at St Monica’s Cathedral in Cairns, Queensland.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen