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John Pemberton to campaign in Taupo

John Pemberton to campaign in Taupo

John Pemberton will represent the Democrats for Social Credit Party (DSC) on the hustings in the Taupo electorate this election.

John is a long time resident of Matamata in the Waikato. His job as field technician for a food safety and biosecurity company takes him all over the upper North Island.

He has a good working knowledge of the banking system through his many years’ involvement in the Credit Union movement. His personal website includes debt graphs, finance and budget calculators, and links to other like-minded sites.

John is currently the DSC Party President, and has held many other party offices including Deputy Leader and Finance spokesman.

John’s extensive internet and social media activity as well as his work keep him in touch with rural and urban points of view. He can promote equality through monetary reform anywhere – online, in an office or out on a farm.

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