Vision New Zealand political party was registered with the Electoral Commission on 4 December 2019. Launching this centre-right party just nine months before the 2020 election was a brave and audacious initiative.
Our leader, candidates, members, supporters and volunteers are hardworking Kiwis who value our freedoms, our country, our Kiwi ways and all that makes us unique as New Zealanders. Our party is committed to standing a new breed of politician, men and women with life experience who will put people, not policies or ideology, first. Representatives that will take the voice of the people to the decision-making table in parliament and be those representatives who will not compromise their promises to you, the voter.
Our policies focus on solutions and not symptoms of the problems that currently confound our beautiful nation. We believe in getting to the root cause of New Zealand’s social, justice, economic and commercial problems with back to basics, common sense solutions. That is why our flagship policy is about ‘The Family’. We believe society is a reflection of our homes therefore our Family Policy looks at family and home as the place of origin. If the family is healthy, our nation is better for it. We believe in a strong, vibrant economy where everybody gets an opportunity to flourish, and the government delivers quality public services to everybody.
We believe in the protection and preservation of our natural resources and environment.
All of the personnel involved with Vision NZ are volunteers so your generous donation will go towards the ‘behind the scenes operation of our administration’. We will also use your donation for advertising, marketing and campaigning as we draw near to the 2023 election.
Thank you for helping us to make a difference.
New Zealand politics needs an overhaul, and you, the voter, deserve better representation. Vision New Zealand is about New Politics, a party and candidates ready to take a fresh approach to represent you at the decision-making table in Wellington. We are New Politics; ‘of the people, for the people and by the people’. So join Vision New Zealand and become an agent of change with us. Let’s get common sense back into politics.Join Today
Josie Pagani, a former political media advisor and commentator, aptly compares today's politicians to the doublespeak depicted in George Orwell's "1984." She distinguishes between two types of politicians: those of diplomacy and those of true conviction. Diplomatic politicians tend to deflect questions and steer the conversation to their preferred topics, while politicians of conviction genuinely answer questions, passionately debate, and strive to persuade. Unfortunately, the data shows that both Labour and National parties are led by politicians of diplomacy rather than conviction.READ MORE
Hannah and Anne speaking to the amazing people of Mangere tonight.READ MORE