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Liberal party advertise on petrol bowsers

As a media blackout on political advertising looms, the Coalition has seemingly found a loophole.

According to The Australian, ads have rolled out across 12,000 petrol stations across the country in a bid to target undecided voters.

While the ban on political advertising comes into effect on the evening of Wednesday 15 May, the ban is only restricted to television and radio ads.

The ads are playing across five states and will continue right up until polling day on 18 May.

The ad lasts for 14 seconds and plays in the direct eye-line of motorists.

“Higher taxes, higher debt, weak economy,” the ad says next to a picture of Bill Shorten.

 

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