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Target National's vote
I know we don't want to talk left and right, but I hope you are getter by good political advice to go with what I'm sure will be good policies. My sense is you'll have stuff that could appeal to a range of voters, but that's not to say that targeting Wife range of voters makes sense. If this party is to make a difference in NZ politics it has to take votes from National. For sure, there are soft National voters that could be persuaded by a credible, independent voice. Votes will no doubt come from other places also (I'm a Green voter, but have voted all over the spectrum) but the net impact has to be a rebalancing vs pure fracturing of the left.
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