Hobbs Welcomes Challenge
26 October 2001 Media Statement
Wellington Central MP Marian Hobbs says she
will definitely be seeking the Labour Party electorate
nomination for next year’s General Election and is confident
of being returned to Parliament.
“The National Party
clearly acknowledges the threat I pose to their ever
regaining the seat because they’ve devoted most of their
press release, announcing the calling of nominations, to a
personal attack on me,” Marian Hobbs said.
“As I have
moved around the electorate support for National has clearly
not been evident.
“I love being the MP for Wellington
Central and look forward to working with my electorate team
and supporters to ensure Labour retains
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