Hello Baby Boomers, Gen x and Trads
That’s where Labour comes in. Our policies are innovative and positively geared towards 2030 and beyond.
They are embedded in core values of respect, equity and fairness of opportunity for all people, not just those who have a silver spoon-fed life. And not only in the cities.
Many younger people are disengaged.
Our first job is to engage them in the democratic process.
If there’s someone you know who is not intending to vote – talk them round.
Bring your family along to the Meet the Candidates meetings held around the region.
Jump online and look at policy – compare and contrast across the parties.
Engage in social media and watch the leaders’ debate. A couple of questions?
Is New Zealand the way you want it to be at the moment?
Are you going to vote the same way you always did – out of habit?
It’s probably worth having another look at the policies, or contacting me, then deciding. Up to you.
Labour stands for the people of New Zealand and purposeful economic growth.
Our policies are power-packed with great ideas.
Like you, Labour wants our country to be great.
#Let’s do this
Cherie Chapman, Labour
Cherie Chapman, Labour candidate for Clutha-Southland.