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Internet Party to stream campaign office live online

Internet Party to stream campaign office live online; publish 2017 plans

The Internet Party is again raising the bar on political innovation in New Zealand.

The Party will regularly live-stream behind-the-scenes campaign activity in real time, starting TONIGHT, June 27, 2017 at 8pm NZT via https://ipnz.live/stream.

This groundbreaking, world-first initiative will give the public direct access to interact with the Party Leader and team, and provide a window to watch the Party progress and grow.

This is a unique opportunity for interested citizens to witness and participate in an election campaign as it happens.

In a move that would be unthinkable for old-paradigm political parties, the Directors of the campaign will launch the stream by presenting the internal strategic and tactical plans the Party has been developing and implementing over the course of 2017.

The Party invites political science and media academics and students around the world to observe and study this initiative.

This is an unprecedented chance to witness firsthand and participate in all the exciting (or not) action that takes place while running an election campaign.

Government transparency is a core Internet Party value, and the Party is happy to be leading the way.


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