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Family Party welcomes election announcement

THE FAMILY PARTY
www.familyparty.org.nz

12 Sept 08

Family Party welcomes election announcement

Family Party leader Richard Lewis says the announcement of the 8th November Election date will bring much relief to those many New Zealanders looking for a genuine pro-family Government beyond 2008.

“Finally, after nearly a decade of social engineering and nanny-state control over families and communities we have an opportunity to restore traditional family values and to put families first again in Parliament,” says Mr Lewis.

The Family Party is campaigning on a pro family platform and has released a wide range of policies aimed to improve the position of all New Zealand families, socially and economically.

The Party will be holding a conference 6-weeks out from the election date, on Saturday 27th September at the Metro Theatre in Mangere. Details can be found on http://www.familyparty.org.nz/party/events/pre-election-conference-flyer

“We're tremendously excited about the next eight weeks and can't wait to put the cause of families back on the political agenda. Strong families mean less Government and that’s got to be a good thing,” he added.

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