What does National mean for New Zealand? Families sleeping in cars over winter:
Emergency housing providers are predicting more families will sleep rough this winter because of a lack of affordable accommodation.
The issue is further complicated by tens of thousands of players and supporters due to descend on Auckland later this month for the World Masters Games.
The Games, combined with another mass arrival in June and July for the Lions Rugby Tour, means even motels currently being used by the Government to house the homeless will be chocker with overseas guests.
Currently about 370 families a week rely on motels for emergency housing in Auckland.
Mangere Budgeting Services spokesman Darryl Evans told TVNZ a number of people will end up in cars this winter and some will end up in shipping containers.
This is simply indecent. Making sure everyone has a roof over their heada is a core purpose of government in this country, and National isn't doing it. Instead of fixing this crisis, they're simply making it worse by flogging off state houses.
Clearly, we're not going to get a solution from National. If we want everyone to have a home, we have to vote for a party which will deliver it. Fortunately we'll get a chance to do that in September.