Voters in Pakenham discuss their thoughts on the Victorian election | ABC News

Voters in pakenham discuss their thoughts on the victorian election | abc news

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Voters in Pakenham, about 50km south-east of Melbourne, share their thoughts on party leaders, policies and platforms ahead of the Victorian election.

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