Nicole is a mother of four, has a background in law, and is passionate about firearms reform and freedom of speech.
Before entering politics, Nicole ran her own business providing firearms safety training, and is a four-time New Zealand shooting champion.
Nicole was the coordinator of the nation’s volunteer firearms safety instructors for the Mountain Safety Council and the spokesperson for the Council of Licenced Firearms Owners (COLFO) and its Fair and Reasonable Campaign.
In the wake of our nation’s tragedy in Christchurch, Nicole provided the calm and intelligent voice of reason on firearms law. So much so, she was awarded Communicator of the Year 2020.
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Firearms owners to pay for becoming victims
“New Police proposals for licensed firearms owners include making them pay for the cost of Police attendance at a burglary, the Government wants licensed firearms owners to pay for the privilege of being burgled,” says ACT’s Firearms Reforms spokesperson Nicole McKee.
More consequences for gang members? We hear ya!
“The ACT Party would use Inland Revenue’s new powers to investigate gang members income and tax paid,” says ACT’s Justice spokesperson Nicole McKee.
Bring back Three Strikes? We hear ya!
“The Labour Government turned its back on victims of serious crime when it repealed the Three Strikes legislation and ACT will bring it back,” says ACT’s Justice spokesperson Nicole McKee.
Will DoC end up introducing bears?
“New Zealand’s Department of Conservation is the first conservation department in the world to introduce “locally captured wild ship rats” to protected areas in the name of pest control, what could possibly be next?” Asks ACT’s Conservation spokesperson Nicole McKee.
Clubs and ranges regulations jeopardise firearms safety
“The Government’s recently released regulations for shooting clubs and ranges will be the final straw for many gun clubs and shooting ranges, meaning New Zealand loses safe spaces for proper firearms practice,” says ACT’s Firearms Reforms spokesperson Nicole McKee.
Cultural report cottage industry doesn’t fit victim-centric approach
“The use of cultural reports for reducing sentences is out of touch with Justice Minister Kiri Allan’s alleged “victim-centric approach”, more money is being spent helping offenders than victims,” says ACT’s Justice spokesperson Nicole McKee.