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Welcome to the Conservative Party Website.

Well, the new year is well underway, and it’s been busy here at Conservative Party Headquarters as we begin preparations for the 2014 General Election.

The last few months have been a whirlwind of activity. The party was formed in record time, 52 outstanding New Zealanders were selected and stood as Conservative Party Candidates around the country, a full election campaign was run complete with billboards in all major centres, newspaper and radio advertisements on all major networks, candidate meetings in every represented centre, six multipage colour brochures sent to New Zealand households, and tens of thousands of personally addressed letters packed and sent by hundreds of wonderful volunteers. As a result of all this, the party received a very credible 2.7% of the party vote. This means we received more votes than four of the parties that are currently represented in Parliament. Not bad, considering a few months ago we did not even exist.

In short we have had a wonderful beginning, and we are happy to now be the fifth most popular political party in the future. Over the next few months we will be visiting many parts of the country, and will also be putting together a magazine, which we’ll send out to as many New Zealanders as we can.

We’d love to hear from you, do write in and tell us what you think of the party, and how it can serve you and your community.

Colin our party leader, would also love to meet you. He is available most weekdays at our Newmarket Headquarters, and can be contacted through our Press Secretary Rachel.


COMMENTS
EVENTS
31 January 2012
Crafar Farms - New Zealand for Sale
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24 November 2011
Suddenly, Rodney's an interesting electorate
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23 November 2011
The money... and the real issues
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23 November 2011
Sensible Sentencing - Press Release
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23 November 2011
Colin Craig on Breakfast
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23 November 2011
ACT’s Sentencing Council Big Mistake
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19 November 2011
Conservatives Save Best till last
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13 November 2011
Berry Trumps Brash, but Conservatives unphased
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08 November 2011
iPredict Election 2011 - Episode 7 with Colin Craig
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03 November 2011
Victims First say Conservatives
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02 November 2011
Gain for Conservatives Consistent
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01 November 2011
Best Yet to Come - Conservatives
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31 October 2011
Conservatives List Announced
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27 October 2011
Conservative Party has Pacific Flavour
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27 October 2011
East Coast Candidate Announced
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24 October 2011
Horizon Poll One & Two
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20 October 2011
Candidates Update
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18 October 2011
Rodney Electoral Candidates Answer Readers Questions
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17 October 2011
New Citizens Party Exit Election Race
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16 October 2011
Q+A Interview with Damien Christie Epsom Electorate
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12 October 2011
Epsom and Rodney: Electorate Intentions and Perceptions Research Summary - September 2011
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11 October 2011
Conservative Party Officially Registered
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06 October 2011
Orewa Rotary "Meet the Candidates" Night
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28 September 2011
Colin speaks at the Albany Business Hub
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25 September 2011
FOLLOW us on Twitter and LIKE our Facebook page....
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18 September 2011
Colin Craig chooses Rodney
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18 September 2011
Act Still in Trouble in Epsom says Craig
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13 September 2011
Conservatives Overtake Minor Parties
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29 August 2011
Sign Not Election Advertising - Electoral Commission
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1 May 2012 5:30pm
Party Annual Conference – For all members. M ...
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19 February 2012 1:00pm
Informal Members Get Together 1pm-3:30pm, Sun ...
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