Labour leader Andrew Little has been spending time in his old stomping ground – but wouldn’t be drawn on whether he’ll stand in the electorate again.
Little held a public meeting, ironically in the blue room, at the New Plymouth Club on Wednesday night.
He had attended the 2016 Citizens Awards at the New Plymouth District Council on Tuesday night and visited his former school, New Plymouth Boys High, on Wednesday ahead of the meeting.
However Little, who was soundly beaten by National’s Jonathan Young in the 2014 general election, remained tight-lipped on whether he would stand in the New Plymouth electorate in 2017.
“I haven’t made that decision, I have got to make that very soon but I haven’t made that decision,” he said.
Of course he won’t stand again. He got thrashed there last time.
He is looking for a safe seat. Almost certainly he is gunning for Rongotai.