FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 9
WHERE THE LEADERS ARE
* Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Sydney
* Labor leader Bill Shorten: Melbourne
WHAT THE COALITION WANTS TO TALK ABOUT
-- No campaigning, but Morrison is visiting a church service in Sydney
WHAT LABOR WANTS TO TALK ABOUT:
-- Not campaigning either, but Shorten is handing out food at a homeless shelter in Melbourne
WHAT IS MAKING NEWS:
* Labor's bid to end franking credits faces opposition in the Senate, with the Centre Alliance senators demanding changes before they will support it.
* A Liberal candidate in Victoria has been disendorsed after he made positive comments about his Labor opponent Richard Marles. Two other Liberal candidates in NSW have been disendorsed after there was a delay in confirming their dual citizenship status.
THEY SAID WHAT?
"I had a good chat to John (Howard) last night and he was saying that. I'll see you out there soon." - Scott Morrison after Tony Abbott told him things were looking better in his seat of Warringah.
Australian Associated Press