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Election day: view from La Trobe

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The outer metropolitan Victorian seat of La Trobe is historically unpredictable, and while the Coalition holds it by a margin of just over three per cent, Labor has a strong chance of toppling the Liberal incumbent.

But In order for Labor to take La Trobe, it would need a swing of four percentage points in the classic swing seat.

Matthew Ellis reports from La Trobe for Election 2019.

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La Trobe University, Melbourne, Victoria
La Trobe University offers a Master of Communication and a Bachelor of Media and Communication with majors in journalism and sport journalism. Students produce work for Upstart.
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