FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN: DAY 7
WHERE THE LEADERS ARE CAMPAIGNING
* Prime Minister Scott Morrison will head to Tasmania
* Labor leader Bill Shorten is in Perth
WHAT THE COALITION WANTS TO TALK ABOUT
The economy, with PEFO being released on Wednesday. Plus Bill Shorten's struggle to answer some questions on super policy on Tuesday and revelations detailed policy papers had been replaced with simplified fact sheets on Labor's campaign website.
WHAT LABOR WANTS TO TALK ABOUT:
Health and how great Western Australia is. Bill Shorten will announce more funding for blood cancers, while campaigning in WA where several Liberal-held seats are vulnerable.
THE LATEST POLLS
* A UComm poll in the Hobart Mercury shows the Liberal candidate in Bass, Bridget Archer, ahead of Labor MP Ross Hart 54-46 on a two-party preferred basis.
WHAT IS MAKING NEWS:
* The Pre-Election Economic and Fiscal Outlook (PEFO) is being released on Wednesday, with updated forecasts two weeks after the budget was handed down.
* Controversial LNP MP George Christensen reportedly spent $3000 of taxpayers' money for travel from Canberra to domestic cities to connect with flights to the Philippines.
* Former Greens leader Bob Brown will start the anti-Adani convoy in Hobart, as the local boss of the controversial Queensland mining project says he expects Labor to tick off on it.
THEY SAID WHAT?
"I could have done it in a more sensitive way. But we all make mistakes, I made a mistake, and I apologise." - Peter Dutton to Labor opponent Ali France on his comments about her using her disability as an excuse not to move.
"We've got two parties stuck in the past, we've got this embarrassing debate about electric vehicles. I mean this is wacky stuff, it is bonkers."- Greens leader Richard Di Natale.
"I like him. He's not got a lot of charisma, but I prefer a politician that's not full of ... like, the Trump type." - Adelaide resident Anne Murphy after meeting Bill Shorten.