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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The Greens find themselves in an unprecedented position heading into next year's election

    The Greens find themselves in an unprecedented position heading into next year's election


    Co-leader James Shaw says they'll be able to campaign on a term in Government - for the first time ever.

    Shaw says it's about building trust with voters.

    He says people see the Greens as a credible party who have been able to rack up a really good track record.

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