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SUNDAY ON THE VICTORIAN ELECTION CAMPAIGN

WHERE THEY WENT

* Daniel Andrews – Clyde (in the electorate of Bass)

* Matthew Guy – Viewbank (Ivanhoe)

WHAT THEY SAID

* “It’s great for kids, great for house budgets and fantastic news for adults as well who are waiting far too long for the care that they need.” – Premier Daniel Andrews, on plans to bring back the free dental vans to public schools.

* “We don’t want them to lead a life of crime, this is a way to do things differently.” – Opposition Leader Matthew Guy promising to introduce a 12-week bootcamp for teenage criminals if Liberals are elected.

WHAT THEY PROMISED

Labor:

– $395.8 million to provide free dental care to all public primary and secondary students

Liberals:

– $5 million funding for two-year pilot program that would see teenage criminals sent to a 12-week bootcamp program

– $200,000 for the STOP! One punch can kill campaign, a crime prevention initiative.