Day 22 of the federal election campaign

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FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 22

WHERE THE LEADERS ARE CAMPAIGNING

* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Starting in Sydney

* Labor leader Anthony Albanese: Starting in Brisbane.

WHAT THE COALITION WANTS TO TALK ABOUT

* An extra 50,000 older Australians will get access to the Commonwealth Seniors Health Card.

WHAT LABOR WANTS TO TALK ABOUT

* Labor has a plan to help people buy their first home, make medicines cheaper, roll out electric car charging stations and overhaul care for children and seniors.

WHAT IS MAKING NEWS

* Warringah candidate Katherine Deves was whisked out of a Liberal rally to avoid media questions.

* The Greens are seeking stronger action on closing the gender pay gap, with women taking home 13.8 per cent less a week than men.

* Labor will make gender pay equity an objective of the Fair Work Act if elected.

* Economists are seeking early signs of whether the Reserve Bank will cut the cash rate on Tuesday for the first time in almost 12 years.

THEY SAID WHAT?

"We're the most expensive doormat you'll ever have."

- Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce on criticism of his party being a Liberal "doormat".

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