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ELECTION 2020: Can NZ First make it back?

Andy Fyers
Fri, 17 Jul 2020

ELECTION 2020: Can NZ First make it back?
Andy Fyers
Fri, 17 Jul 2020
Will NZ First make it back on September 19? It is a key question hanging over the makeup of the next Parliament and possibly the next government.After winning 7 percent of the vote in 2017, NZ First has been able to wield considerable influence. It crowned Jacinda Ardern Prime Minister in return for a formal coalition agreement, before going on to curtail much of her agenda and gain substantial policy wins, such as the $3 billion Provincial Growth Fund.But with two months until election day and with advance voting opening on Monday, Sept 7, pub...

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