We are going to campaign harder
We are going to campaign
“It was great news to learn that John Key says I
am his recommendation for Epsom. While the Prime Minister is
an important person and he is my pick to remain Prime
Minister, John Key is just one voter. I am not going to stop
my old fashioned door-knocking campaign until I have put my
case to every voter.
“I have been pleased to learn that
the Prime Minister is impressed with my campaign and that is
one of the reasons he is endorsing my candidacy.
intend to demonstrate to all Epsom voters that I will be a
hard-working representative of Epsom by continuing to raise
local issues that most candidates ignore but are important
to voters such as school zoning changes without proper
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