Mr I Prick has some questions for Michael Wood

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Mr I. Prick has some questions for Michael Wood on his blog, but since I am in Pakuranga electorate, I think they should be repeated here.

Dear Michael,

Since you read this blog religiously and post comments anonymously, please answer the following questions:

  1. When did you last receive payment in the form of wages, salary, expenses, or any other form, from the FinSec Union, or any other affiliated union of the CTU?
  2. Is it true that you have been on the FinSec payroll throughout the entirety of your campaign to be the MP for Pakuranga?
  3. What support have you received, from either FinSec officers, employees, or volunteers, or other paid officers or employees of CTU affiliates for your campaign to be the MP for Pakuranga?

Kind Regards,

I. Prick


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