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The People's Choice Party”

The People's Choice Party”


Mt Albert by-election
Press Release.


“The People's Choice Party” has decided to stay well clear of the agree bargee politics of the larger political parties campaigns in the Mt Albert by-election. Instead they have quietly worked away in the background building up party support, by holding media excluded in house meetings at Mt Albert residents houses in the electorate.

Rusty Kane their candidate said the main parties candidates have been focused on themselves in a three party dirty politics campaign that has simply over looked the Mt Albert residents themselves.

The People's Choice believe just talking to Mt Albert residents and staying clear of the larger parties dirty campaigns has gained them more credibility within the community who are more interested in hearing the parties policy's meeting their candidate and finding out how he and the party can best represent them in the Mt Albert electorate..

Rusty said the residents have given him and the party some really good feed back, once they have heard what the party is about and what it has to offer. He said most residents he spoke to are sick of the the way the other parties candidates are using them and the by-election for their own ends for party grandstanding. He said smaller parties like “The People's Choice Party” would never by heard in that environment. And will continue to hold the very successful media excluded in house meetings in the already fully booked Mt Albert residents houses right up until the by-elections election day 15 June.

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