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    The major parties are using the other's campaign cash splash to persuade would-be donors to cough up

    The major parties are using the other's campaign cash splash to persuade would-be donors to cough up


    Both National and Labour have sent an email to supporters, stoking fear about the advertising spending of their competitor.

    Labour launched an attack on National's 300-thousand dollars declared from wealthy donors in past days -- warning they're using it to bombard Kiwis with billboards and online ads.

    Meanwhile National's stressed Labour's hefty taxpayer-funded war chest, due to its 63 MPs -- claiming they're doing all they can to shovel the funds out the door.

    Both emails finish with a plea for donations, to counter the campaign of the other.

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