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Take Your Seats Update - September 6

On the eve of Australia going to the polls, I have the Coalition winning around 93 seats, Labor around 55. With much of the value gone, punters should focus on these seats

Best odds for Australian Federal Election
TONY ABBOTT 1.07
MALCOLM TURNBULL 6.5
JOE HOCKEY 13.0
SCOTT MORRISON 15.0
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Take Your Seats Update - September 5

With just two days to the 2013 Federal poll, and the Coalition virtually over the line, here’s where the most significant seat moves are in the last 24 hours.

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Take Your Seats Update - September 3

With only four days to the Federal poll, punters must be ruthless in the hunt for value.

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Take Your Seats Update - September 2

The final campaign week is underway, with the Coalition tentatively out to ram home a titanic advantage.

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Take Your Seats Update - 30 August

Leading into the final week of the election campaign, an embattled Labor government will stretch every boundary to punch holes in the Coalition’s costings and economic platform.

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Take Your Seats Update - 26 August 2013

Like much of the last 24 hours, embattled PM Kevin Rudd will try to convince the public his so-called abandonment of the campaign while addressing the security crisis in Syria was an international message of intent from his government.

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Take Your Seats Update - 23 August 2013

Despite the Galaxy polling scare, I don’t believe embattled PM Kevin Rudd will lose his Brisbane seat of Griffith. The margin will be enough for him to scrape home, although he may eventually slide out to very backable odds. Bill Glasson is a worthy and hand-picked opponent, yet Mr Rudd should still be no more than a $1.16 shot. If he eases to $1.20 or better, than that’s a stake!

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Take Your Seats Update - 20 August 2013

LINDSAY (NSW): Little changed in this watchful far western Sydney seat after tonight’s policy debate between sitting Labor MP David Bradbury and Liberal rival Fiona Scott. Not surprisingly, Mr Bradbury seemed the more polished performer, but that didn’t stop him coming under strong audience