From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, 7 November 2008 8:34 p.m.
To: bryan pepperell
Cc: Dave Burgess
Subject: VOTE NEW ZEALAND
Final report from a successful and appreciated VOTE NEW ZEALAND campaign.
Last act completed and I am proud of my conduct towards the New Zealand Voters as they deserve to be treated with dignity and respect, which is more then we can say about the Dominion Post and/or the New Zealand Herald.
They continue to insult the intellect of New Zealand Voters by predicting, with their home cooked poll's, John Key and the National Party have already won the 2008 Elections. Needless to say my efforts were not in vain acknowledging the importance of voting and those voting. I wonder what the Electoral Commission would have to say about that?
"Like President John F. Kennedy said, their words will be like ashes in their mouth".
The final sign from VOTE NEW ZEALAND to promote the act of voting to New Zealand read as follows: VOTE NZ yes..you can inspired by Barack Obama's famous words "yes we can". It was received with delight not only by the general public but most political parties all out on the streets of Wellington today.
The Green party got up early and took the prime spot, being Manners Mall the busiest pedestrian intersection in New Zealand. Labour and National drove past in their gas guzzling promotion vehicles increasing their carbon foot-print like there is no tomorrow and just making a lot of noise a bit like a rugby game chasing each other.
I have been on the streets for 4-6weeks now and watched Labour and National behaving badly throwing political rocks at each other in public. I predict the new younger voters are going to make the difference for us and our grand children.
Your reporter from the street can confirm a lot of young people when asked, have enrolled with a view to vote in this years election.
The New Zealand election just like the USA will be full of surprises, just like that crazy lady with the orange hair.
In the famous words of Steven Franks just recently "I can't wait untill it is all over" same goes Steven.
A word of thanks to Dr Helena Catt who inspired me to carry the torch a little further then anticipated.
Maria van der Meel at your service, power to the people VOTE NEW ZEALAND