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Why this young chap will be voting National…

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20 September

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Why Curwen Rolinson will be voting “National” (actually, for Paul Goldsmith) on Election Day…

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why I'm voting national in Epsom

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… in Epsom, it will be every Labour, Green, Mana, and NZ First supporters duty to cast their electorate vote for Paul Goldsmith!

A vote for National candidate, Paul Goldsmith, is one more vote to keep ACT’s David Seymour out.

Because, you know, it just makes good sense!

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References

Facebook: Why I’m voting National

Previous related blogposts

Interview: A Young NZer’s Thirst to make a Difference

Other blogs

The Daily Blog: Curwen Rolinson – The Campaign To Elect Paul Goldsmith

The Daily Blog: Pat O’Dea – Mana Candidate for Epsom Strategy Statement

 


 

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Vote and be the change

Above image acknowledgment: Francis Owen/Lurch Left Memes

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  1. ~xtian
    29 June 2014 at 2:52 am

    Total cognitive dissonance here. I’m registered in Auckland Central so my vote is split between Jacinda Ardern and the Greens. I don’t have to split ideologies.

    Strategic voting. It makes sense, but it’s the sort of sense that hurts my brain.

  2. 29 June 2014 at 5:27 pm

    This tactic will be right up there with voting for a Conservative party that isn’t endorsed by the National Party. Epsom will do well to not let ACT back in, because if they do let them in, they’ll be the laughing stock of the country. Good luck everybody. We’re going to need it.

  3. Robert T
    29 June 2014 at 6:04 pm

    Also why only one Left party should stand against Colin Craig. Make it a 2 horse race and not split the left vote.

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