- full employment,
- higher wages,
- better services and quality of life for all, and
- the sustainable and beneficial growth of our agricultural, horticultural, high tech mechanical and tourist industries."
It doesn't matter anyway. National's Colin King (yes I know nothing about him yet either) is the incumbent MP, who won in 2005 with a respectable 51.7% of the vote and 4675 over Labour Beehive stalwart Brendon Burns (from whence the name "Burns Unit" came for the PM's Beehive communications group). It is solidly National on the party vote as well (45% vs Labour's 36%) so McNamara will fade into political obscurity, thank goodness.
PREDICTION: Colin King will retain this seat effortlessly.