Ethics and Obeying Electoral Laws do Matter

Word out of the socialist republic is one of the right wing Independent Citizens candidates, Chris English, was elected based on an unethical campaign.

Being ethically challenged, Chris decided to put his election hoardings up around the electorate without asking permission from owners, or putting them on public land without permission. Being a few sandwiches short of a picnic he forgot where he put them and signs stayed up well after the election. I am going to acting in the public interest and request the returning officer, Clare Sullivan, to give an opinion on whether Mr English has acted illegally or just unethically, and if it is illegal can he be removed from his post.

Chris English sign still up in Christchurch

Chris English sign still up in Christchurch

Chris English sign still up in Christchurch

Such stupidity over a prize so small really makes you wonder, is he a relative of Karori Bill English?

All candidates should be aware, this blog has no political affiliation, and if you are unethical, lack transparency or break the law you will be outed. The letter I have sent to Clare Sullivan is below, and Chris, please think about legal action against me because I need another sucker to give me endless free publicity.

CCC Complaint


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