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Australians vote in key federal election

Australian opposition leader Tony Abbott had much to smile about on Saturday. Pollsters tip his Liberal-National coalition to bring an end to six years of Labor government. Abbot -- accompanied by his wife and daughters -- exuded confidence as he cast his ballot shortly after polling began. (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN OPPOSITION LEADER, TONY ABBOTT, SAYING: "The best leaders are leaders who reach out to everyone and appreciate. If you are Prime Minister of a country you have to be a Prime Minister for everyone." Opinion polls suggest Kevin Rudd, who returned to head the Labor party three months ago is trailing his opponents. (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN PRIME MINISTER, KEVIN RUDD, SAYING: "My job as prime minister and as leader of our party is to put forward our positive plans for the country's future, so that the good people watching your program get to make up their mind. And I am very confident in their judgment, because they will a

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