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Best Looking Party List on Offer

POLICY RELEASE Libertarianz

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Herewith the full list of thirty list candidates for Libertarianz, the party aiming to get Nanny State off our backs, out of our pockets, and out of our lives. These people are not committee joiners, scout leaders or bureaucrats - they are passionate people committed to freedom.

Many faces you will already know - broadcaster Lindsay Perigo, respected journalist Deborah Coddington, tennis ace Chris Lewis - others will become familiar to you as their battle for freedom goes public. These faces are definitely the best looking party list on offer this election, without doubt the most intelligent, and certainly the most committed.

For more details and candidate biographies please visit: http://www.libertarianz.org.nz/list.htm

1 Lindsay PERIGO 2 Richard McGRATH 3 Deborah CODDINGTON 4 Bernard DARNTON 5 Tina WHITE 6 Peter LINTON 7 Larry TIMBERLAKE 8 Sally O'BRIEN 9 Julian DARBY 10 Chris LEWIS 11 Peter CRESSWELL 12 Paul McDONALD 13 Anna WOOLF 14 Joy FAULKNER 15 Robert WINEFIELD 16 Scott ALSWEILER 17 Keith PATTERSON 18 Andrew COUPER 19 Robert WHITE 20 Andrew BATES 21 Michael MURPHY 22 Mark McCOMBE 23 Nikolas HADEN 24 Chris ROBERTSON 25 Mike WEBBER 26 Richard WIIG 27 Russell WATKINS 28 Helen HUGHES 29 Derek BULL 30 Ken RIDDLE

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