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Wellington Community Election Forum:‘Political Speed Dating'

Wellington Union/Community Election Forum - aka ‘Political Speed Dating'

Get along for a fun, fast and furious 90 minutes of political debate!

We hope you can attend this fun and amusing evening where political candidates will be asked the hard questions on welfare, public services, inequality and more.

This Forum, being held Wellington, will be MC’d by Ian Harcourt and promises to be an entertaining outing.

Issues covered at this Forum include WELFARE, INEQUALITY AND A LIVING WAGE -- PUBLIC SERVICES, HEALTH AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION -- DISABLED PEOPLE'S ISSUES -- CARING WORK -- ACC

We will be there asking our question about helping carers to stay in paid employment.

Do come along and invite your friends in Wellington to attend as well!

Date: Wednesday 9 November
Time: 5.30pm
Venue: St John's on Willis Street. (Corner of Willis & Dickson streets).

For more information or to register, contact election.campaign@psa.org.nz

ENDS

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