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The Vote: Inside the campaign bus on the final days

Karen Middleton takes us inside the whirlwind final days of the campaign trail.

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The Vote: Confessions of a former Liberal politician

Former federal politician Fred Chaney on why politicians gave up on tackling our greatest challenges.

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The Vote: What are the Coalition actually offering?

Mike Seccombe on what the Coalition is offering voters at this election.

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The Vote: What are the Coalition actually offering?

Mike Seccombe on what the Coalition is offering voters at this election.

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The Vote: Monique Ryan vs The Treasurer of Australia

The treasurer of Australia, Josh Frydenberg, is facing what he’s described as the fight of his political life. 7am producer Elle Marsh takes us inside the campaign of Doctor Monique Ryan.

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The Vote Panel: Wage wars and leaked polls

With just one week to go until election day, the debate over the minimum wage has taken the spotlight. And, the polls are showing some Coalition strongholds are at risk of falling.

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The Vote: Fighting for the Aboriginal vote (Part Two)

A complaint lodged with the Human Rights Commission alleges that there is a pattern of indirect discrimination and voter suppression in remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory.

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The Vote: Hiding the Aboriginal vote (Part 1)

Ruby Schwartz travels to remote Australia to find out why some people are more enrolled than others.

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The Vote: Why you won’t see a debate on the ABC

Rick Morton on the ABC’s doomed bid to host an election debate and what it says about the relationship between the Morrison government and the media.

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The Vote: Fighting for coal votes

Investigative journalist Marian Wilkinson on the race for Hunter, what the parties are promising people there and what that means for all of us.

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The Vote Panel: Everyone is promising houses

As we close in on election day, housing affordability has become a central issue of this campaign. People’s mortgages are going up and it could put upward pressure on rents.

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The Vote: The Adam Bandt Interview

Adam Bandt sits down for a one-on-one interview with Ruby Jones.

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A Russian oligarch and a British publisher walk into an Australian court

Lawyers and bankers in London have been warned by the British prime minister not to defend the wealth and reputations of Russian oligarchs who have ties to Vladimir Putin’s government.

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The Vote: What are Labor actually offering?

The Labor Party officially launched their campaign on Sunday, unveiling new policies and making their most comprehensive pitch to voters so far. But the policy offering remains slimmer than it was three years ago.

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The Vote: The climate kids are doomscrolling

As we enter the final weeks of the election campaign there’s one group of people more stressed, more disillusioned than most. Teenagers, desperate to see change but unable to vote to get their voice heard.

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