All deleted tweets from politicians

Labour List MP based in Rodney. Class of '17. Mix 🇳🇿🌷🇲🇨 LLB. #solidarity RTs/❤️s not always endorsements. Authorised by Dianna Lacy, 160 Willis St WGTN

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Marja Lubeck (unknown) tweeted :

Big thank you to Phelan Pirrie Chair of the Rodney Local Board, for showing me the pressure points of special housing areas, lack of infrastructure and public transport in the southern part of Kaipara ki Mahurangi today. The area makes up 46% of the total Auckland area!

Marja Lubeck (unknown) tweeted :

Great visit today around Whangaparaoa with @nzlabour candidate Lorayne Ferguson who brings valuable experience with aged care and social work to the electorate.

@VoteLabour2020 @1NewsNZ I just can’t get over the depths they will sink to, just to score political points.

Marja Lubeck (unknown) tweeted :

Today started early with sod turning in Warkworth and ended late addressing some sods on the other side of the House.

@MarkMitchellMP @Pukeko65 It was actually sent to me by a confused local stressing about National party spreading fear and axiety with made up stories on community spread and homeless people. I reassured him it was likely a mistake by the MP advertising.

@clarecurranmp Or would bike be a better word?

RT @AsOne2023: RT @AsOne2023: And the winner is ◽◽⚽️◽◽‼️

@GlengarryJohn I'm sure Rodney residents are very happy no name got them Penlink.

RT @Jasonwalls92: Labour MP Jo Luxton calls Benedict Cumberbatch 'Benedict Cumerland' in the House, further proving the point that however you write Buttercup Cumbersnach's name, everyone knows you're talking about Brendadirk Camplescrunch.

RT @richardhills777: Good work. As well as the Mayor, the other local MP @tamaticoffey speaks up for those New Zealanders coming home. While the National MP makes them feel unwelcome, Tamati talks about taking care of the manuhiri and retells a story from one person staying inside a Rotorua hotel.