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PM Jacinda Ardern would have tried to facilitate proxy vote for Jami-Lee Ross, if he had asked

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 8 November 2018
PM Jacinda Ardern would have tried to facilitate proxy vote for Jami-Lee Ross, if he had askedPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she would have tried to facilitate a way to cast a proxy vote for former National MP Jami-Lee Ross if he asked.But speaking to media this afternoon, Ardern said neither she, nor the Labour Party,...
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