Is Labour so broke that they are charging activists to campaign?


Labour has the begging bowl out

Labour appears to be so broke that they are charging its activists to campaign in Ikaroa Rawhiti.

Check this out from the Auckland HQ’s latest newsletter…

Ikaroa Rawhiti Road Trip – End of June.

Expressions of interest are being called for an expedition down to Ikaroa Rawhiti – likely timing is the end of June. 

Michael Wood is keen to organise a people mover of activists to travel down over a weekend, heading down (most probably to Napier/Hastings or possibly Gisborne) on Friday evening and coming back on Sunday evening. The cost per activist to cover hireage, petrol, and some food would be $120 per person. We would organise free accomodation[sic] through billets or a marae.

Good warm up for Local Government Elections 2013!

If you are interested please email [redacted]

Good old Michael, taking time out to organise som Auckland activists to help, pity the party is so broken-arsed you have to charge them for the privilege.

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