From New Zealand Labour Party <[email protected]>
Subject RSVP: Labour’s 2023 Campaign Launch!
Date August 3, 2023 12:50 AM
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John --

Next month we will be officially launching Labour’s 2023 Campaign and we’d love for you to be there! This is a big moment for the campaign and an awesome opportunity for our supporters, members and volunteers to come together.

Join Chris Hipkins, our Labour team and some very special musical guests at the Aotea Centre Auckland for our nationwide campaign launch! <[link removed]>

12:00pm - 3:00pm, Saturday 2nd September. 

Kiri Te Kanawa Theatre, Aotea Centre, 50 Mayoral Drive, Auckland 

RSVP HERE >> <[link removed]>Everyone needs to individually register and bring along either a digital or hardcopy version of your free ticket to the event. If you have any questions contact [email protected].

Hope to see you there!

Labour Team

P.S. If you can’t make our nationwide campaign launch in person, don’t worry! We will be live-streaming the whole event on New Zealand Labour Party Facebook page - so make sure you give it a follow here <[link removed]>. 


A short note on donations:

John, we’re proud to be a truly people-powered Party, and it will only be through the generosity of thousands of supporters like you chipping in what you can that we’ll be able to keep up the momentum we’ve started.

If you can, please click below to make a donation to our Party today so we can keep growing our movement, from now until election 2023. Our campaigning doesn’t stop now.

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