National’s Candidates College, Ctd

Candidates College attendees should ask the President and the General Manager the following questions:

  1. What do I get if I run for a red seat?
  2. Will running in a red seat improve my list position future elections?
  3. Will running in a red seat improve my chances of winning a blue seat nomination in the future?
  4. Will running in a red seat mean National will help my career outside of politics?
  5. What chance do I have of getting in on the list?
  6. Will new candidates be ranked ahead of existing MPs?
  7. Will the party help me secure a blue seat nomination?

Candidates should ask the five candidates who were unsuccessful in 2011 these questions too. Those people are Claudette Hauiti, Leonie Hapeta, Jonathan Fletcher, Paul Foster-Bell, and Jo Hayes. These people have lived through a red seat campaign, so will tell you the truth about what National will do for you if you take one for the team.

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He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

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