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ACT Announces Roger Greenslade as Candidate for Wairarapa

ACT Announces Roger Greenslade as Candidate for Wairarapa

ACT is proud to announce that Roger Greenslade has been selected as the candidate for the Wairarapa Electorate and party list.

Roger has a long connection with the Wairarapa having lived and worked in Masterton as a secondary teacher and Real Estate agent. He has been heavily involved in the local community, previously serving as Vice President of the Wairarapa Services and Citizens Club, President and Treasurer of the Wairarapa Property Investors Association, and Secretary of Forest and Bird. Roger also served as an ACT candidate in 2005 and the Wairarapa campaign manager in subsequent elections.

Roger left for overseas at the end of last year to broaden his teaching experience. His first port-of-call was Dalian, China where he did a short stint teaching at a state school there. Roger is currently residing in Western Australia where is doing casual work in high schools. Roger still owns his family home in Masterton which he plans on returning to once he has finished his OE. He has two children who are living and going to school in Masterton.

While away, Roger is still keen to stand and represent ACT through modern technology in the Wairarapa. “ACT is the only party that truly promotes personal responsibility, smaller government and the protection of property rights, which is why I activity support the party.” says Roger.

Roger is on the Wairarapa electoral roll and will be looking forward to giving his party vote to ACT. “I’ll also be asking voters to give their Party Vote to ACT,” says Roger. “With a strong presence, ACT will ensure a solution to the housing situation, sustainable superannuation, and a stable centre-right government.”

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