Thursday, November 15, 2018
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Ethics still important to New Zealand voters

Today the Newsroom website reported Ross had relationships with four women, with some claiming they were groomed and used for access to information and power.

From a dozen people spoken to in the Botany town centre, the majority said they would not vote for Ross in a byelection in light of the recent scandals, with most opting for a different National candidate.

Michael Chong said he had been voting for Ross since he came on the scene in 2011, but not anymore.

“I can’t wait for a replacement to come in,” Chong said.

“The issue is honesty. I am surprised by what he has done. We always believed he was trying to do something for us, but now seems it is all personal.