Three parties less chasing party vote
New Zealand Family Rights Protection Party, OUTDOOR RECREATION NZ, and Te Tawharau have each been removed at the party's request from the Electoral Commission's register of political parties able to contest the party vote at general elections.
Last chance to get local elections voting documents in the mail
Time runs out this week for people to ensure they get voting documents for the 2007 local elections in the mail.
More people removed from electoral roll in a month than married and divorced in two years
“The Electoral Enrolment Centre has removed more people from the electoral roll in the last month than the total number of people who married and divorced in the past two years*,” says Murray Wicks, National Manager of the Electoral Enrolment Centre.
Shortland Street actor spreads enrol to vote message to students
Shortland Street Actor Adam Rickitt has joined the drive to get young people enrolled to vote for this year’s local elections – staking out Auckland University Campus signing people up to enrol.
Registration of substitute political party logo
Pursuant to Part 4 of the Electoral Act 1993, the Electoral Commission resolved on 13 July 2007 to register this substitute logo for Direct Democracy Party.
Got your enrolment update pack in the mail?
If the answer is no – then you are not correctly enrolled to vote for this year’s local elections and you need to enrol now.
Kiwi love affair with property hits electoral system
The Kiwi love affair with property is about to hit our electoral system as the Electoral Enrolment Centre embarks on a campaign to get people enrolled for this year’s local elections.
PĀ ANA TE AROHA O NGĀ KIWI KI TE RAWA WHENUAPĀ ANA TE AROHA O NGĀ KIWI KI TE RAWA WHENUA KI TE PŪNAHA PŌTITANGA - PĀNUI PĀPĀHO
Meake tonu ka pā ki tō tātou pūnaha pōtitanga te aroha o ngā Kiwi ki te rawa whenua, i te Tari Whakauru Kaipōti e tīmata ana i tētahi kaupapa ki te whakauru tāngata mō ngā pōtitanga ā-rohe o tēnei tau.
331 objections to proposed electorate boundaries
The Representation Commission has received 331 objections to proposed new electorate boundaries for the next two general elections.