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05.06.2016

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Members of the Mollymook Bridge Club assess how the election campaign cards are falling MP3

With the election campaign nearing the halfway mark, voters are still yet to warm up to the messages of either party as they look to play it safe and avoid major controversy. PM travelled to the coastal haven of Ulladulla to talk with members of the Mollymook Bridge Club to find out why they think they politicians are playing their cards to close to their chests. Source: abc.net.au

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