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FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 20
WHERE THE LEADERS CAMPAIGNED
* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Tasmania (Bass)
* Labor leader Anthony Albanese: Perth (Moore and Pearce)
WHAT THE COALITION WANTED TO TALK ABOUT
* Cheaper medication under the Pharmaceutical Benefit Scheme
* Upgrades to Alice Springs netball facilities
WHAT LABOR WANTED TO TALK ABOUT
* A royal commission into Centrelink Robodebt
* Manufacturing electric buses in WA
* An audit of myGov government services digital portal to assess reliability and functionality
WHAT MADE NEWS:
* Scott Morrison and Anthony Albanese to debate on the Nine network on May 8
* Independent candidate for South Australia seat Boothby Jo Dyer eligible to run after renouncing UK citizenship
WHAT THEY SAID:
"You may not like everything we've done, you may not like me that much, but that's not the point."
- Mr Morrison
"The Robodebt campaign over four years was the government going to war with its own people and it didn't have the legal authority."
- Labor government services spokesman Bill Shorten
"Our plan is delivering cost of living relief, including a $10 per script saving on PBS medication for general patients... This is the single most significant change to the cost of and access to medications since the PBS was introduced more than 70 years ago."
- Liberal Party of Australia
"Here in Perth is the epicentre of Scott Morrison's cost of living crisis. The choice is between (Anthony Albanese) working with (WA Premier Mark McGowan) for a better future or Scott Morrison in cahoots with Clive Palmer."
- Labor Treasury spokesman Jim Chalmers