ACT Party leader Jamie Whyte is going to stand in Pakuranga for the September general election.
He says he’s going to campaign for the party vote only and use his candidate status to get ACT’s policies across to voters.
“Those policies will go a long way to making Pakuranga more prosperous and its streets and homes safer,” he said.
“A low flat tax, getting tough on crime, and one country, one law.”
Pakuranga is one of the safest National seats in the country.
Maurice Williamson retained it with a 13,846 majority in 2011.
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