Democracy inaction

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  • November 17, 2011
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Democracy inaction

The orange guy has been trying to get apathetic Kiwis to enrol to vote for a while now, as has comedian Guy Williams on TV3.co.nz's homepage. And now controversial Auckland church St Matthew in the City and TBWA\ have invoked the spirit of Kate Sheppard to try and get the modern folk to embrace the joys of democracy next weekend with a billboard that says: 'Vote: there was a time when you couldn't'. It's almost the opposite of St Matthew of the Ridge's billboard for Car Fe

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