The Chief Electoral Office has made voting easier for the Deaf and hearing impaired, with the production of a sign language DVD about voting.
The Chief Electoral Office is seeking 16,000 people to work on Election Day, 17 September, as part of its preparations for the 2005 General Election.
The Electoral Commission, on 15 July 2005, made the following decisions:
Despite the majority thinking MMP is easy to understand, less than a fifth of potential voters in the looming general election can correctly recall two critical pieces of MMP knowledge.
New figures out today reveal that four out of every ten Kiwis not enrolled to vote are aged between 18 and 24 years.