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What will decide the votes of young women at the election? More than tax cuts

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg made a pitch to young voters on Monday morning, telling Nine papers that young people have benefited most from tax cuts made by the federal government. With the next federal election looming and all sides of politics ramping up their campaigns, the Coalition government is desperate to clinch the votes of young people and is claiming workers aged 25 to 34 have had a good deal over the past three years when it comes to the amount of tax they’ve paid. “Australians aged between 25 and 34 are on average more than $3400 better off due…