Rich delighted with special votes result
10 August 2002
delighted with special votes result
National MP Katherine
Rich says she was delighted to hear the news today that she
has been returned to Parliament for a second term.
Rich, number 14 on National's list, has retained her place
on a count of special votes released today. "This is great
news after 10 days of not knowing what the final result
"I would like to thank my supporters very much
for all their hard work and continued dedication.
keen to get back to the work of rebuilding National and look
forward to again working hard for the people of Dunedin.
"I strongly support the work Leader Bill English is doing
for National and I believe this will be a very exciting term
of opportunity for the National Party," Mrs Rich said.
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