Greens seek third largest broadcasting allocation
16 June 2002
Greens seek third largest
The Green Party will be making
its submission to the electoral commission for its
allocation of broadcasting time and money at 11am tomorrow
The party is calling on the Commission to rank it
after Labour and National on the basis that it is the third
most popular party going into the general election.
have been consistently polling as the third most popular
party since the last election and all recent polls put as
well ahead of the minor parties," said Rod Donald.
submission will be available tomorrow
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