Battle between Morrison, Albanese going down to the wire | 2022 Federal Election | 9 News Australia

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Today is the long-awaited 2022 federal election, which will determine Australia’s federal government for the next three years. Both Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition leader Anthony Albanese spent the morning trying to sway voters in marginal seats that will decide this election.

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