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Launch of ACT Party Hunting and Firearms Election Policies

By Hunting & Shooting Sports NZ

Hunting & Shooting Sports NZ, a new organisation associated with Hutt Valley NZDA, invite you to an opportunity to meet, and engage in lively discussion on key issues prior to the general election with ACT Party Leader David Seymour M.P., and ACT’s #2 & 3 party list candidates Brooke van Velden and Nicole McKee.


Representatives and members of hunting, shooting, and conservation clubs are welcome to attend this meeting. Free entry & cash bar/food.


Invitation to all Clubs

Wednesday 16 Sep 2020

Upper Hutt Cossie Club, 6.45pm Start

Facebook & YouTube Livestream 7pm Start


This meeting will also be livestreamed across New Zealand via the ACT Party YouTube channel and Facebook channel. All hunters and shooters from across NZ are welcome to join us online.


Please join the livestream link by 6.55pm to be admitted.


Contact for more info.


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