I’ve lived in Auckland Central most of my life. Unfortunately I don’t live there now because if I did, I would vote for Chloe.
I think if you are a progressive living in Auckland Central, you have an obligation to candidate vote Chloe.
She is a unique candidate…
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…and the naked reality is that the Greens as a Party have inadvertently shot themselves in the foot again this election and the only Green representation may be through Chloe winning Auckland Central.
National Auckland Central voters, come on, you voted Nikki Kaye because Nikki was a unique candidate who crossed ideological barriers. Emma Mellow has the greatest name in NZ politics, but she ain’t no Nikki Kaye and you all know that after the weird confused ‘Merv’ calling late night ZB Talkback to smear a candidate, National don’t deserve your vote this election, Chloe does.
As for Labour Auckland Central voters, comrades, the way Jacinda is smashing it, she’s going to get a majority Labour Government and Helen White will come in off the Party List, so candidate voting Chloe while giving your Party vote to Labour ensures you get both in Parliament.
Chloe could articulate a new politics and represent Auckland Central as the dynamic and vital electorate it is.
It’s time for Auckland Central to step up and project a global voice and that’s why National and Labour voters in Auckland Central should candidate vote Chloe.
Oh and it would also shock and piss off David Seymour who doesn’t think Chloe can win and I’d love to rub it in his face.
Like really love to.
Like I would dine out on Chloe proving him wrong for the next 3 years.
Come on Labour and National Auckland Central voters, throw me a bone here in my ever running grudge match with ACT.
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