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Nanny State Be Warned - Libertarianz On The Way

Mon, 11 Oct 2004

Nanny State Be Warned - Libertarianz On The Way

Libertarianz President Scott Wilson wishes to congratulate those who stood for Libertarianz in the local body elections. "The candidates in the various areas have all worked very hard to ensure there is an opposing voice to the standard 'steal-and-spend' local body politician," says Wilson

He labels the Libertarianz results as "credible" and "a large middle finger to the traditional control-freak tendencies of local body politicians. Central government ought to start worrying as we prepare for the 2005 election."

"Finally I'd like to give my sincerest thanks to candidates, sponsors, volunteers and Libertarianz voters. Each one of these people were pivotal in mounting a strong, multi-front campaign against statism."

Libertarianz Candidate Results STEPHEN BERRY, Auckland, Mayor 964 BERNARD DARNTON, Wellington, Regional Council 3486 ROBIN THOMPSEN, Hamilton, Council 607 TIM WIKIRIWHI, Hamilton, Mayor 302

'Independent Libertarians' RUSSELL WATKINS, Western BOP DC, Mayor 1526 Tauranga, Council 4810 JASON YULE, Tauranga, Council 1186 ------------- TOTAL VOTES CAST FOR FREEDOM NATIONWIDE 12881 (Based on Latest Available Results)


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