7NEWS 2022 federal election night – Saturday 21st May 2022 | 7NEWS

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7NEWS’ 2022 federal election night coverage – Saturday 21st May 2022.

Election analysis from 7NEWS’ Mark Riley, Labor member for the seat of McMahon in NSW Chris Bowen, Labor Senator Katy Gallagher, Labor party election spokesperson Jason Clare, Liberal Senator for Western Australia Senator Michaelia Cash, Deputy Leader of The Nationals David Littleproud and former Liberal minister Christopher Pyne.

Hosted by 7NEWS’ Michael Usher and Sunrise’s Nat Barr.

More: https://7news.link/3GaVybt

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