Mike ILES interviewed on Mana Electorate during It’s In The Ballot event

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ATTICA Mana Candidate Mike ILES was interviewed during break time at an event called It’s In The Ballot where candidates from an electorate come together and pick numbers out of boxes with a hidden question that they all must answer.

Mr ILES says that the traffic problem in the town centre of Porirua is ‘shocking’ — getting out of the town centre was a major mission when he went to work nearby. He had a secret road of getting away from the traffic without troubles after work every day, saying it was his ‘secret formula’.

“There needs to be something done with the roading system in the town centre. It’s shocking. Maybe some one-way roads or something like that to just get the traffic out of the centre and in a timely fashion because you get caught up in traffic jams every single day of the week.”

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Since Mr ILES left living in Porirua during 2017, he says that nothing has changed as far as the traffic flows.

Mr ILES says that ATTICA is hoping to get enough votes to get some traction and is working towards the next election as their party is currently unregistered. They are in hopes looking to get registered in the next election with more candidates standing in different electorates.

“Being a registered party next election will give us a lot more traction and a lot more clout when it comes to comes to getting funding from the electoral commission and recognition on New Zealand as a whole,” concluded Mike ILES.

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