Bulletin 25/2/2017


Quiet day heading into the weekend.  Greens continue to get mileage from criticism of National’s swimmable rivers policy.  The Maori Party finally responds to Andrew Little claim that they did little to help Maori while in coalition with National, saying they got increased government funding for kapa haka, but also comments about Little’s whiteness.


Echo Chamber National:


The ground game slowly takes shape:


Echo Chamber Labour:

Nothing significant.


Echo Chamber Green:

On National’s swimmable rivers:


Candidate selection going on in the background:


On a carbon tax:


Echo Chamber New Zealand First:

Nothing significant.


Echo Chamber Maori Party:

On government funding for kapa haka:



Finally responding to Andrew Little, but it doesn’t seem to get past Little’s whiteness:



Echo Chamber ACT:

ACT becoming less hard-right on crime and punishment:


Echo Chamber United Future:

Nothing significant.


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