Megan Woods confirmed as Wigram Labour candidate
Megan Woods confirmed as Wigram Labour
Wigram Labour MP Megan Woods was today
confirmed as the Labour candidate for Wigram.
At a meeting
attended by party members and volunteers Megan pledged her
commitment to the people of Wigram and Labour
“Homes people can afford to live in and keep
warm, getting the Christchurch recovery moving, working to
break the EQC/insurance deadlock, and opportunities for our
children are going to be front and centre in my campaign.
Along with making sure we are rebuilding our city for the
21st century - that means making sure we rebuild in a way
that makes environmental sense and is a city we can all move
about in and be proud of", said Woods.
Megan Woods said
the campaign would focus on winning back the party vote in
Wigram, and make a strong contribution for a Labour win on
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