September 22, 2020, 06.15 PM

The two leaders met for the first televised debate of the election campaign Tuesday and were asked about the poll.

“We will keep working every day of this campaign and you will see no complacency from us and no assumptions,” Ardern said.

Collins said the campaign had been hampered by a virus outbreak that temporarily put the city of Auckland back into lockdown, but that her party was in a good position going into the home stretch.

“I'm a fighter," Collins said. “I never give up, always keep going. And I'm utterly positive for our country, and I've got a vision to sell.”

Neither leader made a major stumble in the debate as they took each other on over education, housing, healthcare and taxes ahead of the October 17 general election. 

(Writer: Nick Perry) 

Source: https://apnews.com/6a5c19a420f5e4dcab605f5c79e71284 

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