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Election Twitter Contest starts today: $250 weekly prize

Election Twitter Contest for media starts today - $250 weekly prize

This election campaign has been full on - hacked emails, black ops, complaints, inquiries and other carry on - and still two weeks to go.

So from today, electricity retailer Powershop is lightening things up with #powerLOLZ - rewarding the funniest / most entertaining election tweets with daily prizes.

And because media is so close to the action, we're putting up $250 each Friday for the reporter / blogger / commentator with the best #powerLOLZ of the week.

Just add #powerLOLZ to your election tweets to automatically be in the running.

Oh how we'll laugh. Amirite?

Details at powershop.co.nz/powerlolz

ENDS

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