Katie Chapman at Stuff reports:
National MP Michael Woodhouse could be fined up to $40,000 after he allegedly broke election campaign rules.
The party’s campaign manager Jo de Joux confirmed Woodhouse, who is the Dunedin MP, was being dealt with by police after a complaint was received regarding two advertisements that did not carry promoter statements.
Everything a candidate puts out should pretty much have an authorisation statement. Could be an expensive lesson. The likely fine, if changed and found guilty, is a few hundred dollars.