Nashy's Fire Engine not authorised

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Stuart Nash has got a Fire engine for his campaign vehicle.

It is well past the 26th now and there is still no authorisation statement on his fire engine. Also not the out-dated Labour logos.

I wonder if this could be classed as a mobile billboard rather than a campaign vehicle. He’s been driving around in it all year but I note that he also has another sign written car….that is going to make it hard to claim this as a vehicle rather than a mobile billboard.  It is parked every week either outside his prominent corner site in Napier, or right in the first park you see as you drive into the Napier Airport.

A month ago he added a big playpen to the top! What’s that about?

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