The politoc in politics
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The politoC has never been a big player in the political arena, but that changed in January when former Prime Minister John Key joined the campaign.
He has already made a name for himself in the past year by winning the leadership race in March, and this week he won the support of the Greens and the New Zealand First party.
“Politoc is a new way of working.
The first thing I did was get a job, which is to help the New Zealander people out in this process,” Key said.
Politoc was founded in February this year by John Key, the former prime minister.
Key has since launched a leadership campaign in the hope of getting New Zealand into the next election.
Key’s election campaign was marred by questions over whether the Prime Minister’s Office had properly vetted the applications for his job.
It has since emerged that some of the applications had been rejected by the New Labour-led Labour Party.
In a move that was welcomed by political commentators, Key said that the Greens were a good partner for him in the campaign, but added that he would be making a personal decision on whether to join the party.
Key did not say whether he would run for the party’s leadership in 2019.
When Key launched his bid for the leadership in May, he said he would not stand down as prime minister because he would continue to work on the country’s economic future.
But a number of high-profile New Zealanders, including former Labor Party leader Mark Latham, have said that they will not stand by the Prime Minster.
Former prime minister John Key speaks to reporters at the prime ministerial residence on July 11, 2019 in Auckland, New Zealand.
In the lead up to the leadership vote, New Labour party members have been campaigning for the candidate to stand down, with some questioning Key’s commitment to the party and his lack of support for the NZ First party, which won the leadership contest.
One of the candidates, former Prime Miniser Kelvin Davis, told the New York Times that he was not worried about losing his seat, adding that he believed the people of New Zealand would choose Key over anyone else.
While Key’s election is now in doubt, he is still the favourite to win the leadership, according to the latest polls.
The polls, which are published by the ICM Research company, show Key with a lead of around 6 percentage points.
The politoC has never been a big player in the political arena, but that changed in January when former Prime…