Goff has a shocker in Hastings

Phil Goff is in serious trouble…he can’t fill a phone box.

Things weren’t looking bright for Phil Goff as he took Labour’s campaign to Hawkes Bay today – the Labour leader has problems with his potential coalition partners.

Winston Peters has ruled him out, and the Greens are now openly out to steal his votes.

Mr Goff was out to attract voters young and old today, following a kindergarten visit with a Grey Power meeting.

Thirty-one people turned up to see him speak at the Hastings meeting, summing up the problem for Mr Goff – Labour has fired most of its policy shots and spent its money for its promises, but halls are still half-empty just 17 days before the election.

Mr Peters recently drew 300 people at the same venue, but while voters might be keen almost every party has ruled him out – except for Mr Goff.

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