Australia voted

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Australia voted

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in MelbourneCredit:Eddie Jim

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Supporters of Hannah Beazley, Labour candidate for Swan watch the live election results on TV at the Belmont Sports and Recreation Club on Election Day in Perth.Credit:AAP

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Eddie Jim

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Former Prime Minister John Howard arriving at the Sofitel Wenworth, for the Liberal party post election celebration. Credit:James Brickwood

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Dave Sharma, Liberal candidate for the seat of Wentworth, with Gabrielle Upton, Eastern Suburb rugby Club, Rose Bay. FEDPOL Election19 18th May 2019 Photo by LOUISE KENNERLEY SMHCredit:Louise Kennerley

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Dave Sharma, with his family, Liberal candidate for the seat of Wentworth, with Gabrielle Upton, Eastern Suburb rugby Club, Rose Bay.Credit:Louise Kennerley

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Liberal supporters react during the results count at the Federal Liberal Reception at the Sofitel-Wentworth hotel in Sydney, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Credit:AAP

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Tony Abbott admits defeat to Independent Zali Steggall for the Federal seat of Warringah at Manly Leagues Club, at Brookvale Sydney. He is kissed by his wife Margaret. Credit:Jessica Hromas

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Former Prime Minister John Howard arrivingat the Sofitel Wentworth, for the Liberal party post election celebration. Credit:James Brickwood

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Liberal Supporters including former Liberal member Bronwyn Bishop in the Ballroom of the Sofitel Wenworth, for the Liberal party post election celebration. Credit:James Brickwood

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Independent candidate for Warringah Zali Steggall is seen with her husband Tim Irving after winning the seat of Warringah at Manly Pacific Novotel on Election Day in Sydney, Saturday, 18 May, 2019.Credit:AAP

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place.Credit:Eddie Jim

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Eddie Jim

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Supporters of Hannah Beazley, Labour candidate for Swan watch the live election results on TV at the Belmont Sports and Recreation Club on Election Day in Perth.Credit:AAP

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Liberal Supporters including Nick Greiner in the Ballroom of the Sofitel Wenworth, for the Liberal party post election celebration.Credit:James Brickwood

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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian at Prime Minister Scott Morrison's election party held at the Sofitel Wentworth in Sydney.Credit:Dominic Lorrimer

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Eddie Jim

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Tony Abbott admits defeat to Independent Zali Steggall for the Federal seat of Warringah at Manly Leagues Club, at Brookvale.Credit:Jessica Hromas

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Tony Abbott arrives at Manly Leagues Club, at Brookvale Sydney to admits defeat to Independent Zali Steggall for the Federal seat of Warringah.Credit:Jessica Hromas

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in MelbourneCredit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Supporters watch Tony Abbott's acceptance speech at the liberal election party held at the Sofitel Wentworth. Credit:Dominic Lorrimer

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Dave Sharma, Liberal candidate for the seat of Wentworth, Eastern Suburb rugby Club, Rose Bay.Credit:Louise Kennerley

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Margie Abbott (right) arrives with daughter Bridget ahead of the arrival of the former member for Warringah Tony Abbott at the Manly Leagues clubCredit:AAP

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Dave Sharma, Liberal candidate for the seat of Wentworth, with Gabrielle Upton, Eastern Suburb rugby Club, Rose Bay.Credit:Louise Kennerley

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Zali Steggall supports celebrate good primary votes at the Novotel Hotel, Manly which is Zali Steggall's base for election night, on 18 May 2019. Credit:Jessica Hromas

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A Labor supporter celebrates Tony Abbott losing his seat during election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne, Victoria, on Saturday 18 May 2019. Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Independent Helen Haines in Wangaratta in the electorate of Indi on election evening. Credit:James Wiltshire

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Independent Zali Steggall arrives at the Novotel Hotel at Manly where she is greeted by her supporters and media, on 18 May 2019. Credit:Jessica Hromas

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Independent candidate for Warringah Zali Steggall's supporters celebrate as they hear positive results at her reception at Manly Pacific Novotel on Election Day in Sydney.Credit:Dylan Coker/AAP

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Independent candidate for Warringah Zali Steggall's supporters celebrate as they hear positive results at her reception at Manly Pacific Novotel on Election Day in Sydney, Saturday, 18 May, 2019.Credit:Dylan Coker/AAP

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Christine Forster (centre) arrives ahead of the arrival of the former member for Warringah Tony Abbott at the Manly Leagues club.Credit:AAP

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Dave Sharma on election night. Credit:Louise Kennerley

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in MelbourneCredit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Election night function for Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Hyatt Place in Melbourne.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Bill Shorten Scott Morrison voting Photo: Alex Ellinghausen, Dominic LorrimerCredit:Alex Ellinghausen, Dominic Lorrimer

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Independent for Warringah Zali Steggall and husband Tim Irving voting at North Balgowlah primary school this morning. Credit:Dean Sewell

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Danny Lim political activist holds up banners outside the Royal Far West School polling booth at Manly, on 18 May 2019. The federal seat of Warringah is currently held by Tony Abbott and is being hotly contested by Independent Zali Steggall. Credit:Jessica Hromas

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Federal Member for Dickson Peter Dutton is seen at Albany Creek State School on Election Day in Brisbane, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. Credit:AAP

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Natelie Solenko with husband Bruce Young leaving the Polling Booths, Double Bay public School. 18th May 2019 Credit:Louise Kennerley

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Adani protestors direct chants to Opposition Leader Bill Shorten during his visit to help hand out how-to-vote cards with Labor candidate for Higgins, Fiona McLeod, at Carnegie Primary School in Melbourne, Victoria, on Saturday 18 May 2019. Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Stop Adani protestors follow Prime Minister Scott Morrison after he voted at polling booth at Lilli Pilli Public School in Lilli Pilli, Sydney on May 18, 2019.Credit:Dominic Lorrimer

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison with wife Jenny Morrison, children Lily and Abbey after voting at polling booth at Lilli Pilli Public School in Lilli Pilli, Sydney on May 18, 2019.Credit:Dominic Lorrimer

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A voter dressed in swimwear wait in line as other voters cast their ballots at a polling station during a federal election in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Prime Minister�Scott Morrison�is fighting to save his conservative government in Australia's election on Saturday, with polls showing the left-leaning Labor party poised to win office. Credit:DAVID GRAY/Bloomberg

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The Chisholm electorate is being fought out by two candidates of Chinese heritage. Credit:Chris Hopkins

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison and wife Jenny Morrison cast their votes at polling booth at Lilli Pilli Public School in Lilli Pilli, Sydney on May 18, 2019Credit:Dominic Lorrimer

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Adani protestors direct chants to Opposition Leader Bill Shorten during his visit to help hand out how-to-vote cards with Labor candidate for Higgins, Fiona McLeod, at Carnegie Primary School in Melbourne, Victoria, on Saturday 18 May 2019. Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Labor Candidate for the seat of Reid Sam Crosby, campaigning at Concord Public School this morning. Sydney: May 18, 2019. Credit:James Alcock

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Labor candidate Jennifer Yang greets voters at Ashwood High School in her electorate of Chisholm. Photograph by Chris Hopkins

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Lone United Australia Party sign at Maroubra Bay public School. Credit:Louise Kennerley

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison and wife Jenny Morrison cast their votes at polling booth at Lilli Pilli Public School in Lilli Pilli, Sydney on May 18, 2019.Credit:Dominic Lorrimer

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An attack ad against the government seen at Carnegie Primary School in Melbourne, Victoria, on Saturday 18 May 2019. Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Chloe Shorten and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have a 'democracy sausage' after casting their vote at the Moonee Ponds West Primary School, in Melbourne, Victoria.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Campaign posters are seen at Bridgewater Primary school on Election Day in Adelaide, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten.Credit:KELLY BARNES/AAP

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FEDPOL Election 19. Photographs show general scenes today from Queenscliff Surf Club where Liberal supporters waited with anticipation of arrival of Tony Abbott, where meanwhile a Stop Adani pop-up sausage sizzle fed supporters of Climate Change action and hungry young Liberals alike.Credit:Dean Sewell

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Liberal Candidate for the seat of Reid Fiona Martin, campaigning at Mortlake Public School this morning. Sydney: May 18, 2019. Credit:James Alcock

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FEDPOL Election 19. Photographs show general scenes today from Queenscliff Surf Club where Liberal supporters waited with anticipation of arrival of Tony Abbott, where meanwhile a Stop Adani pop-up sausage sizzle fed supporters of Climate Change action and hungry young Liberals alike.Credit:Dean Sewell

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Liberal candidate for Pearce, Christian Porter votes as his wife, Jen and daughter Florence look on at Ellen Stirling Primary School on Election Day in Perth, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Credit:Richard Wainwright/AAP

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Federal Electorate of Higgins. Puppet politics posing an interesting question for Malcolm from Scomo and Turnbull giving Scomo and report card on Climate.Credit:Justin McManus

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FEDPOL Election 19. Photographs show general scenes today from Queenscliff Surf Club where Liberal supporters waited with anticipation of arrival of Tony Abbott, where meanwhile a Stop Adani pop-up sausage sizzle fed supporters of Climate Change action and hungry young Liberals alike.Credit:Dean Sewell

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18/05/19 Liberal candidate Gladys Liu volunteers near a sign at Mount View Primary School in the electorate of Chisholm. The sign is written in Chinese instructing voters how to vote. The sign has been reported to the AEC by the Labour party at Mount View Primary School in his electorate of Chisholm. Credit:CHRISTOPHER HOPKINS

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Independent for Warringah , Zali Steggall voting at North Balgowlah primary school this morning. Credit:Dean Sewell

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Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott voting in his electorate of Warringah this morning at Forestville primary school. Credit:Dean Sewell

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Federal Electorate of Higgins- Greens candidate Jason Ball handing out how to vote pamphlets the Toorak South Yarra Library. Sabrina Day and Molly Hoffman.Credit:Justin McManus

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Shadow Infrastructure Minister and Member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese eats a sausage in bread after casting his vote at Nicholson Street Public School in Balmain, Sydney, Saturday, May 18, 2019. Credit:Danny Casey/AAP

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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten at Moonee Ponds West Primary School in Melbourne, Victoria.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten eats a 'democracy sausage' after casting his vote at Moonee Ponds West Primary School, in Melbourne, Victoria.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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General scenes today from Queenscliff Surf Club where Liberal supporters waited with anticipation of arrival of Tony Abbott, where meanwhile a Stop Adani pop-up sausage sizzle fed supporters of Climate Change action and hungry young Liberals alike.Credit:Dean Sewell

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Voting at Argenton Community Hall. Credit:Simone De Peak

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison with the Liberal candidate for Braddon, Gavin Pearce (right) at Ulverstone Secondary College, 20 km west of Devonport, Tasmania, on Election day, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will today vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten.Credit:MICK TSIKAS/AAP

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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and Chloe Shorten cast their vote at Moonee Ponds West Primary School in Melbourne, Victoria.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and wife Jenny are seen with the Liberal candidate for Braddon, Gavin Pearce (rear second right) at Ulverstone Secondary College, 20 km west of Devonport, Tasmania, on Election day, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will today vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. Credit:MICK TSIKAS/AAP

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Voters at Mount View Primary School in the electorate of Chisholm. Credit:Chris Hopkins

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison with the Liberal candidate for Braddon, Gavin Pearce (left) at Ulverstone Secondary College, 20 km west of Devonport, Tasmania, on Election day, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will today vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. Credit:MICK TSIKAS/AAP

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Shadow Infrastructure Minister and Member for Grayndler Anthony Albanese casts his vote at Nicholson Street Public School in Balmain, Sydney, Saturday, May 18, 2019. Credit:Danny Casey/AAP

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison arrives on Election Day at Norwood Primary School in Launceston, Tasmania.Credit:MICK TSIKAS/AAP

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Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale applies mustard to his democracy sausage at the St Kilda Primary School on Election Day in Melbourne, Saturday, 18 May, 2019. Approximately 16.5 million Australians will today vote in what is tipped to be a tight election contest between Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Australian Opposition leader Bill Shorten. Credit:JAMES ROSS/AAP

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Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott voting in his electorate of Warringah this morning at Forestville primary school. Credit:Dean Sewell

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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten kisses a baby after casting his vote at Moonee Ponds West Primary School, in Melbourne, Victoria.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten arrives to cast his vote at Moonee Ponds West Primary School, in Melbourne, Victoria.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison during a sausage sizzle at Norwood Primary School in Launceston, Tasmania.Credit:MICK TSIKAS/AAP

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Opposition Leader Bill Shorten runs past Flinders Street station, on an early morning run wearing a t-shirt that says 'Vote 1 Chloe Shorten's Husband', in Melbourne, Victoria.Credit:Alex Ellinghausen

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Independent for Warringah Zali Steggall voting at North Balgowlah primary school this morning.Credit:Dean Sewell

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Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott voting in his electorate of Warringah this morning at Forestville primary school.Credit:Dean Sewell

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Independent for Warringah Zali Steggall voting at North Balgowlah primary school this morning.Credit:Dean Sewell

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Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott voting in his electorate of Warringah this morning at Forestville primary school.Credit:Dean Sewell

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Independent for Warringah Zali Steggall and husband Tim Irving voting at North Balgowlah primary school this morning. Credit:Dean Sewell

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People voting in the electorate of Warringah at Forestville primary school.Credit:Dean Sewell

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Josh Frydenberg with wife Amie and children Gemma and Blake casting his vote at Balwyn North primary school in his electorate of Kooyong. Credit:Justin McManus

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Greens candidate for Higgins Jason Ball (left) and Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale react after voting on Election Day in Melbourne.Credit:James Ross/ AAP

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