ACT will launch its Wellington election campaign and environment and climate policy at this event.

David Seymour, Wellington candidates Brooke van Velden and Nicole McKee, and Environment Spokesperson Simon Court will be in attendance.


This year’s election is the most important in a generation.

New Zealanders made enormous sacrifices to get through Covid-19, but now the bills are piling up. More than 200,000 New Zealanders are on an unemployment benefit. We’re saddling our children and grandchildren with $140 billion in debt.

New Zealanders want certainty. That's why ACT has produced a clear 5-point plan to reduce taxes and red tape, grow the economy, create new job opportunities, and use the best technology to safely open the border, all while taking on less debt.

We can emerge stronger in a post-Covid-19 world. Stand with ACT and Change Your Future.

The ‘scrutiny’ of the Government’s response to Covid-19, whether from the media or National, has been poor. But with so much at stake, holding the Government accountable has never been more important.

ACT Leader David Seymour was judged one of the most effective MPs during the Covid-19 crisis. While our political class has dithered or changed leaders, ACT has held the Government accountable on free speech, the rushed firearms law, the flawed Zero Carbon Act, and countless other issues.

The only problem with ACT MPs is, there aren’t enough of them. You can help change that this year. Our candidates have real world experience outside the Beehive ‘bubble’. ACT has teachers, businesspeople, farmers, engineers, lawyers, firearms owners and End of Life Choice advocates standing this year.

The latest polls suggest voters could elect five or more ACT MPs. To make this a reality, we need your help. Stand with ACT and Change Your Future.

Join ACT Leader David Seymour and local candidates for this important election year event.



August 04, 2020 at 5:30pm - 7pm


James Cook Hotel (Grand Chancellor)
147 The Ter
Wellington 6011
New Zealand
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Will you come?