Mr Morrison flew to Canberra this morning, the place he made the journey to Government House to request Governor-General David Hurley dissolve parliament to set off the election.
He then made the brief journey to Parliament House to deal with the media and make his first official pitch to voters.
Mr Morrison mentioned he’s conscious that “people are tired of politics” however urged Australians to take the election and their democratic rights severely.
“This election and this campaign is incredibly important,” Mr Morrison mentioned.
“Because there is so much at stake for Australia and our future.
“This election is about you. No-one else.
“It is about our country and it is about its future.
“And above all, this election, as all elections are, this election is a alternative.
“It is a choice between a strong economy and a Labor Opposition that would weaken it.”
He used his first speech after setting the election date to check the incumbents as confirmed performers in opposition to the “risk” of voting for the opposition.
“It is a choice between a government you know, and a Labor opposition that you don’t,” Mr Morrison mentioned.
“Our government is not perfect.
“We have by no means claimed to be, however we’re upfront.
“And you may see some flaws but you can also see what we have achieved for Australia in incredibly difficult times.”
The May 21 polling day means a 41-day marketing campaign – however that interval does embody the Easter holidays and Anzac Day.
The Prime Minister goes into the election marketing campaign because the underdog, with polling displaying Labor in a powerful lead.
Unlike the final federal election, Labor’s lead within the polls is outdoors the margin of error.
Bookmaker TAB is providing $1.40 for the ALP to win the election, with the Coalition claiming a fourth time period in authorities paying $3.
The election ending in a hung parliament is presently paying $2.80.
The declaration of an election date comes after months of shadow campaigning.
Albanese visits Easter Show in Sydney
While the theatre of Australia’s electoral course of unfolds in Canberra, Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese selected to go to the Royal Easter Show in Sydney.
The Labor chief has to this point run a small goal marketing campaign, with a $2.5 billion aged care plan the centrepiece of his finances reply.
Mr Albanese will tackle the media later right now.