Change Your Future Bus Tour – Invercargill
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Bill Richardson Transport World,
491 Tay St,
Please join ACT party leader David Seymour, third-ranked candidate Nicole Mckee and rural spokesperson Mark Cameron in Invercargill for this important election year event.
ACT’s top candidates are on a nationwide bus tour, from Cape Reinga to Bluff.
This year’s election is the most important in a generation. New Zealanders from all walks of life are turning to ACT as we focus on the real issues facing our country. ACT has put forward positive, practical solutions to the real issues facing our country. We’re the only party with a comprehensive 5-point plan to restart the economy and repay the debt. https://www.act.org.nz/budget2020
We’ve also been the real opposition. On issue after issue, we’ve stood on principle. ACT defended freedom and democracy when others wouldn’t. New Zealanders are tired of the red-blue duopoly, the dirty politics and the mud-slinging. A Party Vote for ACT is a vote for honest politics and a rejection of the scandals and sleaze.
More than ever, we need a strong voice and more ACT MPs in Parliament to hold the others accountable.
Help us meet more people, earn more votes, and get more ACT candidates to Parliament – donate to the Change Your Future Bus Tour today! https://www.act.org.nz/bus-tour
We look forward to meeting you at this event. If you are unable to attend in person you can also join the conversation through our Facebook page.
Level 2 precautions: As this event will be taking place at Alert Level 2, we will be following all the Government requirements for a gathering in a public place. More details on processes in place can be found here: https://www.act.org.nz/covid_protocols
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