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Labour Party Campaign Rally In Wellington

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Labour enjoyed their election campaign launch so much last Sunday they decided to do it again today in Wellington.

It was a smaller affair at Te Papa in Wellington and fitted in a a conference room compared to a packed Auckland Town Hall, but King Kapisi performed again and Labour MP Darren Hughes used the same lines as last week. Things like National holding its launch at a casino because they were gamblers.

He added a few new jokes; such as missing pieces of an exhibition on New Zealand's history being found on National's front bench.

King Kapisi, aka Bill Urale, told the audience he had just signed up to Labour, and then literally sung the praises of the Labour and Progressive coalition before going on to urge the audience through song that "we've got work to do".

Local MP Annette King talked about National's record during the last economic crisis accusing it of causing misery.

Miss Clark picked up the theme giving a weighty speech about the economy and why voters should trust Labour with the future.

She also said her party wouldn't go crazy making election promises given the economic situation.

Election campaign launch mark II had all the elements of last week but the atmosphere was more serious than festive.

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