1. Federal election: Al Gore weighs in urging political will on climate action  NEWS.com.au
  2. If the federal election goes down to the wire, Western Australia could prove critical - Australia Votes - Federal Election 2019 - Politics  ABC News
  3. As Labor vows to protect artists, it fails to credit the painting on its policy document  ABC News
  4. The Guardian view on the Australian election: vote on the climate emergency  The Guardian
  5. The Liberal party’s rank opportunism spells danger for Australian energy policy  The Guardian
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Former US presidential candidate turned activist Al Gore has weighed in on Australia’s federal election campaign, saying the Coalition would take the country “in the wrong direction” on climate change. Former US presidential candidate turned activist Al Gore has weighed in on Australia’s federal election campaign, saying the Coalition would take the country “in the wrong direction” on climate change.

Federal election: Al Gore weighs in urging political will on climate action

“Fantastic reception at the Sydney Markets today. Great for Jen & I to meet everyone. Just 2 days to go until the election - the choice is clear. Vote @LiberalAus & @The_Nationals to stop Bill Shorten’s higher taxes and keep our economy strong. #BuildingOurEconomy #auspol”

Scott Morrison on Twitter: "Fantastic reception at the Sydney Markets today. Great for Jen & I to meet everyone. Just 2 days to go until the election - the choice is clear. Vote @LiberalAus & @The_Nationals to stop Bill Shorten’s higher taxes and keep our economy strong. #BuildingOurEconomy #auspol… https://t.co/t1drwFZ2c7"

“PM starts his Press Club address with an attack on Bill Shorten, saying the Oppn Leader’s speech today is a “self congratulatory” event and that election campaigns are not “coronation tours” #ausvotes @abcnews @politicsabc”

Jade Macmillan on Twitter: "PM starts his Press Club address with an attack on Bill Shorten, saying the Oppn Leader’s speech today is a “self congratulatory” event and that election campaigns are not “coronation tours” #ausvotes @abcnews @politicsabc"

“If Bill Shorten loses on Saturday he will be Australia’s 1st opposition leader to face 3 or more PMs and not become PM himself. If Scott Morrison loses he will become the shortest serving PM to exit at an election. #AusVotes2019”

Nick Haggarty on Twitter: "If Bill Shorten loses on Saturday he will be Australia’s 1st opposition leader to face 3 or more PMs and not become PM himself. If Scott Morrison loses he will become the shortest serving PM to exit at an election. #AusVotes2019"

“Bill Shorten on the presence of John Howard in the election campaign, jokes that the Liberals “disinterred” him to put him into key seats. He notes they couldn’t find a more recent former Prime Minister to help @politicsabc #ausvotes”

Matthew Doran on Twitter: "Bill Shorten on the presence of John Howard in the election campaign, jokes that the Liberals “disinterred” him to put him into key seats. He notes they couldn’t find a more recent former Prime Minister to help @politicsabc #ausvotes"

WA is seen as being in play for the first time in a long time in this election, but for the state to determine the result, Labor will have to have a shocker of a night and the Coalition will have to defy expectations, writes Nicolas Perpitch.For WA to determine the election, Labor will have to have a shocker of a night and the Coalition will have to defy expectations, writes Nicolas Perpitch.

If the federal election goes down to the wire, Western Australia could prove critical - Australia Votes - Federal Election 2019 - Politics - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Election Saturday will signal the beginning of a new era in Australian politics — and political reporting. Election Saturday will signal the beginning of a new era in Australian politics — and political reporting.

Time for a change — a major change

In 2019, climate change has re-emerged as the key issue in the minds of voters. RenewEconomy takes a look at the key parties and independents ahead of the election.In 2019, climate change has re-emerged as the key issue in the minds of voters. RenewEconomy takes a look at the key parties and independents ahead of the election.

Climate Change Election: where do parties stand and what can we expect after Saturday? | RenewEconomy