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Dan Andrews has launched his bid for a third term with a gushing post about his wife Cath that has divided opinion, as day one of the Victorian election was hit by bizarre false claims spread on social media.<br>The Victorian Premier posted a photo of his wife of 24 years gazing adoringly at him to , while she also published a photo of them together on 'the big red [campaign] bus'.<br>'Campaign day one - with my number one,' Mr Andrews wrote in his post.<br>The campaign begins with predictions Victorians will once again favour his Labor team over opposition leader Matthew Guy's Coalition line-up at the November 26 poll.<br>      (image:  )    Dan Andrews has launched his bid for a third term with a gushing post about his wife Cath that has divided opinion<br>      (image:  )    Dan and Catherine Andrews have been married for 24 years. The Victorian premier started the 2022 election campaign with his wife beside him<br>The Andrews' gushing campaign launch photos brought out both the haters and the fans.<br>    Poll    What do you think of Dan Andrews' tribute to his wife <br>    Total cringe - spare us    Romantic and lovely        What do you think of Dan Andrews' tribute to his wife <br>  Total cringe - spare us    108 votes    Romantic and lovely    16 votes    <br>Now share your opinion<br>             DM.later('bundle', function()    DM.molFePolls.init(    id : "p-19",    params :      pollStyle: 'default',      pollId: '1155785',      pollImage: '',      articleImage: website      defaultImage: website      question: "What do you think of Dan Andrews' tribute to his wife",      questionId: '1151075',      twitterVia: 'MailOnline',      fbAppId: '146202712090395'        );    DMS.PollShare.init("p-19",        pollStyle: 'default',        pollId: '1155785',        pollImage: '',        articleImage: website        defaultImage: website        question: "What do you think of Dan Andrews' tribute to his wife",        twitterVia: 'MailOnline',        fbAppId: '146202712090395'    ); );    'Great to have your best asset on the campaign trail with you,' said one.<br>'Good luck to both of you!' responded a woman, while another said 'Great pic Cath!'.<br> But the posts drew plenty of cynical and negative responses. <br>'Please spare us,' said one person with an anti-vax handle.<br>'Your number 1 will be the first one to commiserate you at your loss,' said another.<br>'On world record pace for the most meaningless, 'look at me' tweets,' another commented. <br>      (image:  )    Cath Andrews also published a photo of herself with her husband together on the first day of the campaign trail<br>Another nasty reaction claimed Andrews himself and his social media were 'so blatantly contrived and fake'.<br>Andrews wasn't alone in trying to leverage his marriage for votes though. <br>On Monday, Mr Guy posted a photo of himself out for dinner with his wife Renae.<br>With the photo Mr Guy promised 'If elected, my government will ... scrap Daniel Andrews' unfair charities tax, the 43rd new or increased tax under the Andrews Labor Government.'<br>      (image:  )    Andrews wasn't alone in trying to leverage his marriage for votes though. On Monday, Liberal leader Matthew Guy posted a photo of himself out for dinner with his wife Renae<br>      (image:  )    The authority overseeing the election posted an alert that 'completely false' claims were being spread about vote-counting<br>While the Andrews were posting coordinated husband-and-wife snaps, the authority overseeing the election posted an alert that 'completely false' claims were being spread about vote-counting.<br>'We are aware of a post circulating online that suggests we have partnered with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to oversee the counting of votes,' the Victorian Electoral Commission posted across various platforms. <br>'This is completely false. We have not partnered with the WEF or any other organisation to count votes for the State election.'<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                                                                      Share this article                  Share                                  When commenters asked to see the posts spreading the false information, the VEC declined, saying doing so could 'amplify the misinformation'.<br>It also asked others not to share it. <br>The VEC also sought to remind the public that because 'anyone can share their views on social media ... that includes people or groups trying to spread false information'.<br>It also posted a link to an 'explainer on how to sort fact from fiction'.<br>            adverts.addToArray({"pos":"inread_player"})Advertisement  Also visit my web site;  https://www.google.rs/url?q=https://totosaja99.blogspot.com/
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