Day 21 of the federal election campaign

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FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 21

WHERE THE LEADERS CAMPAIGNED

* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Sydney (Parramatta and Reid)

* Labor leader Anthony Albanese: Perth (Swan)

WHAT THE COALITION WANTED TO TALK ABOUT

A re-elected coalition government will improve safety for children using social media by talking to companies about safety controls.

WHAT LABOR WANTED TO TALK ABOUT

Labor will make it easier for thousands of Australians to buy homes, fix the aged care and childcare systems, roll out more electric charging stations and make medicines cheaper.

WHAT MADE NEWS:

* Labor held its campaign launch in Perth.

* Mr Morrison held a local campaign rally in the Sydney seat of Reid.

* Treasurer Josh Frydenberg launched his campaign to hold Kooyong.

* G20 host Joko Widodo has invited the leaders of Russia and Ukraine to attend the Bali summit in November.

WHAT THEY SAID:

"Let's hope we are kicking with the wind."

- Mr Albanese on the campaign launch being held at Perth's Optus Stadium.

"We have always been the underdog ... government is hard."

- Mr Morrison on his electoral hopes.

TWEETED:

"Labor politicians are more attractive than coalition politicians. It's a fact. (I welcome #ABCFactCheck on this)"

- Canberra Twitter user, Jess.

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