'Rabid, right-wing money' used in Victorian by-election

By Tess Ikonomou
Updated February 29 2024 - 8:55am, first published 8:52am
Jim Chalmers says election advertising in Dunkley by the Advance group goes beyond acceptable norms. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)
Jim Chalmers says election advertising in Dunkley by the Advance group goes beyond acceptable norms. (Lukas Coch/AAP PHOTOS)

Treasurer Jim Chalmers says there's been an "influx of rabid right-wing money" used to campaign against Labor ahead of a by-election.

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