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Laughing Samoan endorsement on Family Party




31 October 2008

Laughing Samoan endorsement on Family Party


Laughing Samoan frontman Tofiga Fepulea'i has endorsed the Family Party and its candidates Papalii Puotoa Papalii (Manukau East) and Galumalemana Jerry Filipaina (Mangere).

See youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5K13GiUhQc

A relative of Poutoa Papali’i, Tofiga says he is right behind the efforts of the Family Party to benefit New Zealand families through pro-family policies.

Over the last year the party has focused heavily in Mangere through local man, Jerry Filipaina. His campaign has been complimented by longtime Otara resident, Papalii Poutoa Papalii, who is running in Manukau East.

Party Leader Richard Lewis is contesting Manurewa, and believes the three-fold approach will produce results for the party on November 8th.

“Through very hard work on the ground in South Auckland and also with Paul Adams in East Coast Bays, we believe our strategy to target winnable seats is the key to success in the coming election,” he added.



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