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Family Party Pitch to Porirua

THE FAMILY PARTY

www.familyparty.org.nz

 

Family Party Pitch to Porirua

 

Wednesday 15th October at 6:30pm

Pataka Museum

Cnr Norrie & Parumoana Streets

Porirua


Family Party leader Richard Lewis and Pacific delegates Papali'i Tuifaasisina Poutoa Papali'I (Candidate for Manukau East) and Susuga Papali'i Tele Titiuatoa Malietoa bring their message to Porirua with a special event on Wednesday 15th October at the Pataka Museum.


"We’ve been very encouraged by the work on the ground in South Auckland and believe our message of coming back to traditional values and putting families first is an attractive proposition we're looking forward to bringing to Porirua," says Mr Lewis.

The Family Party has been working intensely in South Auckland and East Coast Bays focusing on winning seats in order to remove the 5% threshold. Mr Lewis will spend the week in Wellington promoting the Family Party message.

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