Port Waikato by-election | Official results
Thousands of Māori voters have taken the opportunity to change electoral rolls or update their details before this year’s general election.
The Electoral Commission has approved an application to register a new party name for Te Pāti Māori (previously the Māori Party).
Recruitment is underway for the 2023 General Election.
In the lead up to the 14 October 2023 General Election, public are reminded of the free complaints process available to support a fair and democratic election.
Time is running out for Māori voters to choose which electoral roll they want to be on for this year’s general election – the Māori roll or the general roll.
Ko te pau haere te wā e kōwhiri ai ngā kaipōti Māori i ngā rārangi pōti e hiahia rā rātau mō te pōtitanga ā-motu o tēnei tau – ko te rārangi pōti Māori, ko te rārangi pōti whānui rānei.
The registration of the Heartland New Zealand Party and its logo has been cancelled at the party’s request.
The Electoral Commission is considering an application to change the name of the Māori Party to Te Pāti Māori.
The Electoral Commission has launched a new Candidate Hub on elections.nz.