The Listener has been comparing political party websites.
It found 13 pictures of John Key on the front page of National’s
Labour’s is topped by a video of David Cunliffe and you have to scroll right down to the bottom to find a head and shoulders of Phil Goff beside Annette King, David Parker and Cunliffe.
How do other parties feature their leaders?
The Maori Party has photos of it’s president Pem Bird beside co-leaders Pita Sharples and Tariana Turia just below the masthead.
United Future has plenty of mentions of Peter Dunne but just two small identical head and shoulder shots of him.
Act has a video featuring Former leader Rodney Hide at the top of it’s front page and no other photos at all.
The Mana Party has changing photos some of which show Hone Harawira, although none identify him as leader.
And the Green Party has a link to it’s MPs but no photos and no names.
Update:Stuaker left this comment:
August 25, 2011 at 1:40 pm (Edit)
http://www.greens.org.nz/ is the actual Greens website, which has photos of the co-leaders, as well as other MPs
But when I clicked on it and also typed in the address and still got to The page I linked to i.greens.org.nz
UPDATE 2: It’s an iPad problem – when I tried this link on a PC it worked and shows chagning photos in the masthead which include co-leaders Metiria Turei and Russel Norman.