Scott Morrison spending the final days of the 2022 election campaign in Perth | 7NEWS

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Campaigning in Perth today, Scott Morrison has taken aim at Labor’s record of “chaos” in government.

“This election is all about who was best able to manage our economy, who was best able to manage the nation’s finances,” he said.

He warned a Labor government would saddle Australians with more debt, and would see the nation’s borders inundated with boat arrivals.

Labor is ahead 53 per cent to 47 per cent on a two-party basis, using the allocation of preferences from the 2019 election, according to a poll published today.

Former prime minister Julia Gillard joined Labor leader Anthony Albanese in Adelaide this morning, where he pledged to improve gender equality in Australia.

The biggest single day of pre-polling in Australia’s history occurred yesterday with 743,000 votes received, says the AEC. So far 4.6 million people have cast an early vote with 2.7 million registering for a postal vote.

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