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TOP Leadership Election Candidates announced

TOP Leadership Election Candidates announced

The Opportunities Party has announced candidates for the Leadership and Member Representative roles in the party elections to be held in early December.

The candidates for Leader of the party are:

Anthony Singh
Amy Stevens
Jessica Hammond Doube
Donna Pokere-Phillips
Geoff Simmons

The candidates for Member Representative are:
Jemma Penelope
Adam Dalgleish
Benjamin Wylie-van Eerd
Tina Mitchell
John Mander
Maxwell Rodley
Rhys Goodwin
Donna Pokere Phillips

Information on each candidate can be found at: www.top.org.nz/candidates

The TOP members engagement process encourages candidates to interact with the membership and allows for a direct and transparent election.

On Monday the 26th of November, 2018 at 7 pm, TOP will host a leadership debate at the James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor in Wellington that will also be streamed live. Questions will be crowd-sourced from the membership and gathered from the floor. There are limited media seats available.

Balloting using the Horizon State blockchain-powered voting platform opens on 1st December and will close on 8th December. Only confirmed members of the Party are allowed to vote. The winners of the Leadership election will be announced on the night of 8th December.

-ENDS-



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