The Australian Building and Construction Commission, aka the reason we are holding this early double dissolution election, has pretty much disappeared from the election campaign.
In the lead up to the Turnbull government's ABCC bill being voted down by the senate on 17 April, there was a huge amount of coverage mentioning the ABCC.
But when the election campaign started in early May, mentions of the ABCC dropped off immediately. On the Liberal party website there were no mentions in the first two weeks of the election campaign.
In the last week there have only been seven references to the ABCC in the media, compared to 176 mentioning "jobs and growth".
Ironically, if the Turnbull government is re-elected on July 2, it might not have the numbers it needs to pass the ABCC legislation.
Alice Workman is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Canberra.
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