May 11, 2021

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Auckland Greens kick start local election campaign as part of National Day of Action this Sunday

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What:Auckland Greens will kick start their local on the ground campaign this weekend as part of a nationwide day of action to grow the partys vote in this years election. Volunteers and candidates will be out door knocking. The Green Party final candidate list will also be publically releasedthis Sunday.

Corner of Mountain Road and Coronation Road, Mangere, Auckland.
When:Sunday 25 May 2014 at 2:00pm.
Who:Marama Davidson, Green Party candidate for Tamaki Makaurau and volunteers for door knocking.
Marama-Davidson-3The Green Party will be releasing its official list for the upcoming electionthis Sundayin conjunction with a nationwide day of actions where thousands of volunteers will take to the streets to promote a party vote for the Greens.
The Green Party aims to win at least 15% of the vote in the election onSeptember 20.
Auckland Greens will be kick starting our local on the ground campaign on this day with a team of volunteers taking to the streets to discuss with voters the Green Party vision for a smarter, greener, fairer New Zealand.

Tamaki Makaurau candidate Marama Davidson hopes to increase the party vote to at least 15% from the 9% the Green Party achieved in 2011. Marama Davidson has lived in South Auckland for over 20 years including in Manurewa, Clendon and East Tamaki. Marama will be door knocking with a group of volunteersthis Sundayin Mangere. During her ten years as an Advisor with the Human Rights Commission Marama had a community focus that included working with young mums, youth groups and urban marae.

For further information about the Green Party day of action please contact:
Marama Davidson, Green Party Tamaki Makaurau candidate, 021 025 88302
Authorised by Jon Field, 2/17 Garrett St, Wellington

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