25 Days Until NZ Elections: Do Not Be Deceived By What The Media Is Saying.

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First Leaders debate: Judith and Jacinta.

I watched some of the Leader’s Debate last night. Attitudes and tone in the voice of each Leader came through loud and clear.  I think we heard their hearts and I was thankful of very little Covid talk. Phew…

 

John Campbell not up to his usual standard!

I was disappointed with John Campbell, last night. He asked both candidates questions and but he did not keep them on track to answer adequately or honestly. The prepared video questions were virtually disregarded as Leaders digressed to their preferred topics.

Judith the Winner!

Judith was the winner on the night. She looked confident and  had some concrete plans, She worked hard to initiate building some trust that National would carry these through.

Jacinta was just hard to watch with her false smile and fake grimace. Relax M/s Adern.

Do Not Be Deceived By What The Media Is Saying.

Do take note of the following dates and debates and watch for yourself.  Do not trust the media, they are disgustingly biased to the left Labour Party. I read a commentary with 5 different viewpoints on Stuff. All were liberal left and extremely biased.

Find out the truth for yourself before you vote for anyone!

DATES and Debates:

  • 19 September, 9.30am: Newshub Nation presents Battlegrounds – a special programme dedicated to some of the most hotly-contested electorates in the country, featuring a debate between the key Northland Candidates, on location in the Bay of Islands.
  • Tuesday 22 September – The first Leaders’ Debate takes place between Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins at 7-8.30pm on TVNZ 1. Moderated by John Campbell.
  • Monday 28 September – The Young Voters Debate in association with Auckland University will feature candidates from a range of parties and will be live streamed via 1news.co.nz and 1 NEWS social channels. Moderated by Jack Tame.
  • Wednesday 30 September: Overseas voting starts
  • 30 September, 7.30pm: Newshub Decision 2020 Leaders Debate with Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins, hosted by Patrick Gower and post-debate analysis by Tova O’Brien with guest panellists. Live on Three, ThreeNow, Newshub’s Facebook page and YouTube account. Simulcast on Magic Talk.
  • Saturday 3 October: Advance voting starts
  • 3 October, 9.30am: Newshub Nation presents Powerbrokers, its multi-party leaders’ debate  featuring the Green Party’s Marama Davidson , the ACT Party’s David Seymour, and John Tamihere from The Maori Party.
  • 7 October, 8.30pm: Newshub Decision 2020 The Cannabis Question, moderated by Patrick Gower. Live on Three, ThreeNow, Newshub’s Facebook page and YouTube account.
  • Thursday 8 October – The Multi-Party Debate will include NZ First, The Green Party and Act at 7-8pm on TVNZ 1. Moderated by Jessica Mutch McKay.
  • 14 October, 8.30pm: Newshub Decision 2020 The Euthanasia Question, moderated by Patrick Gower. Live on Three, ThreeNow, Newshub’s Facebook page and YouTube account.
  • Thursday 15 October – The final Leaders’ Debate airs at 7-8pm on TVNZ 1. Featuring Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins, this will be the last broadcast debate before New Zealanders head to voting booths on Election Day. Moderated by Jessica Mutch McKay.
  • Friday 16 October: Advance voting ends
  • Friday 16 October midnight: The regulated period ends. All election and referendum advertising must end. Signs must be taken down by midnight.
  • Saturday 17 October: Election day. Voters can vote from 9am to 7pm.
  • 17th October 7pm – The Greatest NZ Election Results Show on Earth: Magic Talk Radio with Sean Plunket, Damien Grant and Martyn Bradbury
  • Friday 30 October: Preliminary results for the referendums
  • Friday 6 November: Official results for the general election and referendums
Reference

Daily Blog with these dates.

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