Day 28 of the federal election campaign

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FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 28

WHERE THE LEADERS ARE CAMPAIGNING

* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: starting the day in Melbourne.

* Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese: starting the day in Sydney

WHAT THE COALITION WANTS TO TALK ABOUT

* A $53 million package to help parents with reproductive services, including pregnancy planning and reproductive services, coinciding with Mother's Day

WHAT LABOR WANTS TO TALK ABOUT

* Funding to help playgroups recover from COVID-19 and expand the network across Australia

WHAT IS MAKING NEWS

* Australia's prime ministerial contenders go head-to-head for the campaign's second leaders' debate on Sunday. Mr Morrison will be keen to gain an upper hand after most commentators granted Mr Albanese victory in the first forum.

THEY SAID WHAT?

"This is not a reality television show. This is not a popularity contest."

- Mr Morrison responding to more reports about his personal popularity.

"You can't be what you can't see."

- Labor sport and tourism spokesman Don Farrell on plans to ensure all major sporting events are available on free-to-air TV.

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