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United Future party website re-launched

United Future party website re-launched

United Future leader Peter Dunne today announced the re-launching of the party's revamped and updated website .

"Growing public awareness of the key role the party is playing in bringing stability and commonsense to the government of New Zealand has led to increased demand to know more about the party, its policies, its MP's and its future intentions," he said.

The new website will offer the opportunity to join the party, to get involved in party activities, to contact local party representatives and to stay abreast of upcoming party events.

Mr Dunne said the United Future Parliamentary team is already well-exposed to the public through the website .

"Our new party website is intended to encourage greater involvement by ordinary New Zealanders in the processes that lead to the policies and laws that guide our nation," he said.

"It is our intention to be a force in New Zealand politics as an honest broker for years to come, and to achieve that goal we want all New Zealanders who share our values of the importance of the family in New Zealand society to join us," said Mr Dunne.

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