The Electoral Enrolment Centre is ramping up its efforts to get eligible Asian migrants enrolled to vote - with new national and community based activities specifically targeted to promote enrolling to vote among Asian communities.
Tens of thousands of New Zealanders have had their details removed from the electoral rolls for this year's General Election - and their vote won't count unless they re-enrol.
Almost 10,000 Māori voters have been removed from the electoral rolls in the wake of the latest Enrolment Update Campaign.
The Electoral Commission resolved on 13 May 2005 to register: WIN Party, allowing it to contest the party vote at a general election, a party logo for 99 MP Party, a substitute logo for The New Zealand National Party.
The Electoral Enrolment Centre is making a plea to New Zealanders to check whether they have received an Enrolment Update Pack - because it could make the difference between whether they can or can't vote at this year's General Election.