Kissing babies and charming children (and their parents) is a traditional election campaign activity for politicians. Here National Party leader John Key delights a little girl at the party’s 2008 election campaign opening. Key was known for his easy manner with people, an invaluable weapon in a politician’s arsenal.
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Photograph by David Rowland
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