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All welcome for Jamie Whyte's Takapuna address

All welcome for Jamie Whyte's Takapuna address

Press release: ACT New Zealand
June 24, 2014. 5:00pm

Dr Jamie Whyte welcomes all members of the public and media to join him for an address at the Takapuna Boating Club this Saturday, June 28.

Dr Whyte's 3pm speech will outline ACT's ideas and policy platform for this election, and will unveil ACT's new education policy. The floor will then open for an extensive question and answer session.

Afterwards, there will be plenty of time to meet Jamie, David, and other ACT candidates.

The venue has a stunning view of Takapuna Beach and a cash bar will open after Dr Whyte's address.

Entry to the 3pm speech is free, but anyone is welcome to come at the earlier time of 1pm and pay the $25 registration fee to hear the forum's full range of speakers, including party President John Thompson, Epsom candidate David Seymour, economist Jim Rose, and a number of ACT's newly-announced candidates.

ENDS


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