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Australia'2022's looking good': Shorten king of the selfie-taking school kids

14:01  13 may  2019
14:01  13 may  2019 Source:   smh.com.au

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" 2022 ' s looking good ," Shorten observed. The girls at St Joseph's were initially hesitant when Shorten rocked up. As he made his way across the Then, the students must have realised this was a sorta famous person walking through their school at recess. The scrum and screams around Shorten

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Bill Shorten has never been a super popular guy. Labor has been ahead in the polls for the best part of the past three years. But even despite a small increase in the latest opinion poll, the Labor leader's personal ratings have always niggled.

It turns out, he just needs to spend more time with teenagers.

On Monday, the Labor leader visited St Joseph's Catholic College in Gosford on Sydney's Central Coast. The official plan was to talk to some eager young minds about climate change in the marginal seat of Robertson.  But it also gave Shorten the opportunity to be mobbed by hundreds of kids, who whipped themselves into a screaming selfie frenzy.

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Even before Shorten made it onto the grounds of St Joseph's, he was sidetracked by the boys at St Edward's, who were right next door and ran to the fence when the Bill Bus arrived.

"Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!" they shouted, as if encouraging the Labor leader to eat a hot dog in one bite.

'2022's looking good': Shorten king of the selfie-taking school kids © Alex Ellinghausen Bill Shorten was mobbed by students in Gosford on Monday. "2022's looking good," Shorten observed.

The girls at St Joseph's were initially hesitant when Shorten rocked up. As he made his way across the playground, there were tentative waves and non-committal hellos.

Then, the students must have realised this was a sorta famous person walking through their school at recess. The scrum and screams around Shorten grew and grew.

Soon, it was almost impossible to move. He was beaming like Kevin Rudd circa 2007, while the security detail was working overtime.

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Asked why she was screaming, one student shrugged, saying: "I don't really know."

Not everyone was hyperventilating, however. Nikita,15, said the visit from Shorten didn't have anything to do with her. "And he's not hot." Zali, 15, also put things in perspective. "He's not a rapper".

It was a different vibe again with actual voters in Sydney on Monday morning. Shorten began the day handing out how-to-vote cards at Rhodes train station, a busy commuter spot just west of the CBD in the marginal seat of Reid.

The media pack that follows Shorten naturally took up space around the Opposition Leader, creating even more congestion for harried commuters who looked like they just wanted to get to work.

One had to wonder whether the campaigning efforts were doing more harm than good. At one point, NSW senator Kristina Keneally had to shepherd a nervous-looking woman through the media gauntlet and on with the rest of her day.

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One Reid local, however, was happy to greet the Labor leader. "Congratulations" he said, addressing him as "prime minister".

Shorten demurred. He may be big in Gosford with kids who are too young to vote, but there are still five days to go.

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