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Morrison swoops on Tassie on election day

SBS Saturday, 18 May 2019 ()
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has started federal election day in northern Tasmania, visiting two polling booths in Launceston before flying home to Sydney.
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News video: Scott Morrison Makes Final Election Pitch From Tasmania

Scott Morrison Makes Final Election Pitch From Tasmania 03:54

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his wife, Jenny, made a final election pitch from Tasmania on the morning of the federal election, Saturday, May 18. Morrison claimed he was the only Prime Minister to visit Tasmania on polling day since the 1930s, and was dropping in on booths in Bass and Braddon to...

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