New Zealand. Parliament - Elections, 2005

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Date: 2005 From: Franks, Peter Langdon, 1950- : Papers and photographs Description: Papers relating to the 2005 General Election campaign conducted by the Rongotai Labour Campaign Committee Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: 2005 From: Franks, Peter Langdon, 1950- : Papers and photographs Description: Papers relating to the 2005 General election Campaign conducted by the Rongotai Labour Campaign Committee Quantity: 1 folder(s).
"As a medical practitioner... every election I feel like a ten pin... a target for wild promises, half truths & blind optimism. I never know how to vote.. because I can't tell the liars from the idealists or the saviours...I'm still thinking..." New Zealand Doctor, 13 September 2005
Date: 2005 From: Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons Description: "Just Practising" cartoon strip. Shows Doctor Hal talking about how he feels like a ten pin during general elections. He feels like a target for wild promise...
Votes. 7 September, 2005
Date: 2005 Description: Shows various politicians and leaders of political parties inside the Beehive parliament building trying to reach out to a large hand that is holding 'VOTES'...
NZ Idol. "Ya can't practice backstage forever Don! Come and deliver!" 28 July, 2005
Date: 2005 Description: Shows Dr Don Brash, leader of the National Party, standing backstage at the NZ Idol competition, practising his song called 'Tax cuts'. Helen Clark, the lea...
Government road code... 11 August, 2005
Date: 2005 Description: Shows a series of Government road signs which refers to the Labour led government and their ignorance of public opinion, creating unpopular laws, adopting Na...
"That it! I'm voting Labour!" "I like their health policy!" "Says they're gonna fund 10,000 extra joint procedures!" 17 August, 2005
Date: 2005 Description: Shows a Rastafarian man reading a newspaper. He declares "That's it! I'm voting for Labour! I like their health policy! Says they're gonna fund 10,000 extra ...
"Hey Helen... They reckon we're getting defensive and on the back foot!" "Rubbish!" 19 July, 2005
Date: 2005 Description: Shows Deputy Prime Minister, Dr Michael Cullen, reading a newspaper with a headline "Labour Slips". He says to the Prime Minister, Helen Clark, "Hey Helen......
Date: 2002-2006 From: Kedgley, Susan Jane, 1948- : Papers Description: Files relating to Sue Kedgley's Election 2005 campaign. Includes speech notes, draft policy proposals, lists of post election policy priorities, proposal fo...
"I'll be SO glad when the election's over.. Amateurish marketing, spurious polls, terrible haircuts, scandals that WEREN'T, fudged issues, greed, racism, bigotry..." 14 September, 2005
Date: 2005 Description: "Jitterati" cartoon strip. Shows Jaimee complaining about the 2005 general election. She thinks that if anyone with a speck of charisma - say, Winston Peters...