This from Tv3
At a Grey Power meeting later in the afternoon Miss Clark didn't
need her safety gear but she tried to saw into support for National.
Miss Clark told the audience of about 100 in Masterton not to put the
economy, health and education at risk by voting for National.
She didn't mention support partner New Zealand First leader Winston Peters while extolling the virtues of several measures his party got out of Labour - including free off-peak public transport for senior citizens, hearing aid discounts, and increased superannuation.
Miss Clark said the elderly were also getting more elective surgery,
benefiting from rates rebates and those who entered into reverse mortgages would be better protected under Labour.
She argued against the time for a change message, asking what gains the
older folk wanted dumped.