Parents for Children are asking you to give special consideration to how you cast your party vote at the 2005 general election.
Children have a right to be supported and parented by both parents working together for their children’s best interests. Yet the pleas of parents separated from their children, for shared parenting and a fair and reasonable child support system, have fallen on the deaf ears of successive Labour and National led governments. Many parents have reached the conclusion that Labour and National politicians will only act to support reform if they know that it will cost them party votes at the general election.
You can make a big difference for kiwi kids by the way you cast your party vote. National and Labour want your party vote, give this to them and they will do nothing to implement a fair and reasonable child support system and real reform of family law.
Parents For Children is asking you to VOTEWISE05 : To give your party vote, at the 2005 general election, to a party that advocates fair and reasonable child support and real family law reform. It’s a powerful message to Labour and National that our kids do matter and a simple action for you to take.
Your party vote can make a difference — VOTEWISE05. Send the message to Labour and National that ignoring our kid’s right to be parented and supported by both parents does carry a political cost, your party vote.
Please forward this email message to others you know that may support VOTEWISE05.
For further information on VOTEWISE05 visit the Parents for Children website or email email@example.com.
VOTEWISE05 at the 2005 general election!