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Cannabis Party first to register for 2014 General Election

Cannabis Party first to register for 2014 General Election


ALCP's Official Party List:

1. Julian Crawford (Dunedin South)
2. Abe Gray (Dunedin North)
3. Emma-Jane Mihaere Kingi (Te Tai Tonga)
4. Alistair Gregory (Wellington Central)
5. Jeff Lye (Kelston)
6. Richard Goode (Mana)
7. Romana Marnz Manning (Tukituki)
8. Robert Wilkinson (Christchurch Central)
9. Jamie Dombroski (New Plymouth)
10. Sandy Mulqueen (List)
11. Adrian McDermott (Te Atatu)
12. Ants Heath (List)
13. Paul McMullan (List)

See More: http://alcp.org.nz/candidates


The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party became the first party to register for the 2014 General Election today, when it meet with the Electoral Commission in Wellington at Midday.

Ten electorate candidate and three list-only candidates make up the 13 strong team representing the party in the election.

ALCP leader Julian Crawford said he was proud to have beaten the other parties off the mark and was looking forward to a strong election campaign.

"Our television advertising begins tonight on Prime TV at around 5.50pm," Mr Crawford said.

"We are standing candidate in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin and in other smaller centres."

ALCP are also contesting the Party Vote nationwide.

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