,òí!’Ö1ªSÈpÁ6^"”‚áAÝÜËׄzXwvÚÙÑßç`a1î@ï›÷Aj͵RtÔÊQÔÚcj­æ¯ÔêĨ%×+µ¸8E­È‚Áf´Ô.óÇHªí9žÎæç‹Å§9rz_åáK¼qO®°:ëÈÕÉr¥9h©“?؁ì°Ò6 Ó ÅÛü` ë\ÿ [116], On 20 August 2017, English announced that the government, if re-elected, planned to build ten new "Roads of National Significance" at a cost of $10.5 billion. Winston Peters also accepted an offer of the role of Deputy Prime Minister. Labour held 27 seats, and NZ First, ACT, and United Future held one seat each. The Governor-General must issue writs for an election within seven days of the expiration or dissolution of the current Parliament. If you are unable to turn on Javascript , you can instead download an enrolment form and use it either to enrol to vote, or to advise us of changes to your enrolment details. [57][58] Since the formation of the electorate in 1969, the winning candidate was from the party that went on to form the government, with the exception of 1993 when it elected a Labour MP while National went on to form the government (albeit with a one-seat majority). Immigrants only needed to be paid over $41,859 a year – resulting in about 6000 more workers being able to stay in the country longer. Labour candidate and former television presenter Tamati Coffey claimed Waiariki off Māori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell; Flavell's defeat saw the Māori Party without an electorate seat and with the party polling below 5% in the party vote, saw the party voted out of Parliament. [85], The ACT party continued to support partnership (charter) schools, with intentions to allow state schools to convert into partnership schools. The party's whānau based policies focuses on obtaining affordable housing to help Māori in low-wage jobs,[150] strengthening employment-support for Māori beneficiaries[151] and making Te Reo Māori and Māori history core curriculum subjects in all schools up to year 10. [59], Golriz Ghahraman (Green, list) became the first former refugee to be elected to the New Zealand Parliament. Green Party transport spokeswoman Julie Anne Genter said the cost of the card would be $70–80 million. Election advertising is now legally prohibited in or near advance polling booths. It would be expected to open in 7–10 years. About There are two electoral rolls in New Zeland. [208] On 18 October 2017, the Electoral Commission referred a subsequent offence to Police about TVNZ re-broadcasting a bulletin of Te Karere during the silence period.[209]. Unregistered parties and independents can contest the electorate vote only. 71 of the 120 seats are filled by the MPs elected from the electorates, with the winner in each electorate determined by the first past the post method (i.e. Overall, National gained one electorate to hold 41, Labour gained two electorates to hold 29, while ACT retained its one electorate seat. [60], Preliminary election results gave National 58 seats, Labour 45, New Zealand First 9, Green 7, and ACT 1,[54] leaving no party or obvious coalition able to command a parliamentary majority of 61 seats. [82], On 27 August 2017, National pledged a $379 million education package. Vote NZ This application cannot be used with Javascript disabled. Use the register to vote service to:. People have to physically go to a public library or a council office to see what is on a copy of the printed electoral roll. xœåXKoã6¾ðàQZԌø&Ù®ãf‘Ç&vºhƒG±]øÑ8ÒüûÎP”Ù’#aÓ^ºÄ"õ}ÃyqÈÑQ Éä±12éDݔtSʹs–(§¨ VrÊYgèþS'J©P‚¤T1 Ñd 4blJSNÈ2ʜ,&1&m1аˆ!ãN”50`¿Hx¦’ZUL UIEAŸ0¡”¤ºù*Èõã Å|;ÎUr‚öa™0î´p„Qä¹õÚû/%ýNDùJàϟäÿæ“A'úwœ0â¨Ódx)•Âð‚£Rƒíš“á=5 Iò~íD½aÁç„ñ›¥†ð’´Tænã~bã,‘ñr‡¾åpçÝü–Ó­Ã [118][119], The party announced on 13 August 2017 that it would create a new bootcamp for youth offenders at the Waiouru Military Camp. ACT retained its one seat. [106] They would increase the tax credits for 310,000 families who receive Working for Families, and the abatement level for the tax credits would decrease from $36,350 to $35,000. Those listed in the voter rolls are men and women of half or more Māori descent over 21 years of age. not be expressly disqualified from enrolling or voting (e.g., serving a sentence of imprisonment; convicted of a corrupt election practice). The Electoral Amendment Act 2017 and the Broadcasting (Election Programmes and Election Advertising) Amendment Act 2017 made a number of changes to the conduct of general elections, including:[14][15]. She said that the region would grow by 800,000 people in the next 25 years, and that rail was historically a fundamental travel mode and it was time that it was again. [138] Per their constitution, the Green Party will choose a replacement co-leader at the next annual general meeting in 2018, leaving James Shaw as the sole party leader through the election campaign. The seat was previously won in 2014 by Damien O'Connor (Labour Party) with a margin of 4,094. This was in addition to previously announced policies of extending the "bright-line test" for taxing capital gains on residential properties from two years to five years, and abolishing negative gearing on investment properties. All three electorates in the 2017 election were won by National candidates. We are doing this to understand the physical activities you do and what you think about being physically active. [152], The party's policies on rangatiratanga focused on combating climate change in the Pacific to alleviate environmental destruction of our neighbouring Pacific nation and scholarships for Māori and Pasifika students to strengthen recruitment and retention of these students in tertiary institutions.[153]. [86] ACT leader David Seymour said on 2 September 2017 that the party would give schools $975 million more, so long as they abandon nationally negotiated union contracts. The previous parliament was elected on 20 September 2014 and was officially dissolved on 22 August 2017. Anyone can look it up and find where someone lives. Mallard did not re-contest the electorate this election, instead contesting the party list only. [146] They would later increase it to $20. Around 3.57 million people were registered to vote in the election,[2] with 2.63 million (79.8%) turning out. The National Party won a plurality of the seats with 56, down from 60 in 2014. Parties and candidates have three working days after the release of the official results to apply for a judicial recount. The Herald's forecasted numbers are the medians of all likely outcomes for that party. Labour announced in March 2017 that the party's six incumbent Maori electorate MPs would not contest the party list but would run as electorate-only candidates, in a challenge to the Māori Party, and to increase the number of Maori MPs in the Labour caucus. Schools would be funded $93,000 per teacher in a bulk funding arrangement and would be free to allocate the grant how they wanted, with principals able to decide how much to pay individual teachers. Preliminary results were gradually released after polling booths closed at 19:00 (NZST) on 23 September. [134] On 7 August 2017,[135] MPs David Clendon and Kennedy Graham announced that they planned to resign as Green Party candidates for the 2017 election, due to Turei's revelations and her handling of the resulting situation. The 2017 New Zealand general election took place on Saturday 23 September 2017 to determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament. She was the youngest MP to be elected to Parliament since the election of the 23-year-old Marilyn Waring in 1975. This enables voters to exert far more control over representatives they elect than the Mixed Member Proportional Voting system of New Zealand. [78], Third party promoters, such as trade unions and lobby groups, can campaign during the regulated period. [127], On 26 August, Ardern announced a plan to cut fees for visits to doctors. [7][8], The election saw five parties return to Parliament, down from seven in 2014 and the lowest number since the introduction of MMP in 1996. [171][172], Three hosted one television leaders' debate between the National and Labour leaders on 4 September. Election hoardings may now be erected nine weeks before the election (previously two months), so the first day always falls on a Saturday. [3] Advance voting proved popular, with 1.24 million votes cast before election day, more than the previous two elections combined.[4][5]. The New Zealand electoral system has been mixed-member proportional (MMP) since 1996. If a party wins more electorates than seats it is entitled to under the party vote, an overhang results; in this case, the House will add extra seats to cover the overhang. The two National-Labour debates were to be moderated by Newstalk ZB and Seven Sharp host Mike Hosking. [19] As a result, the 51st Parliament would have expired, if not dissolved earlier, on Tuesday, 10 October 2017. The regulated election advertising period begins. The party had previously said that its policy was to complete the electrification of the rail network between Auckland and Hamilton and extend electrification to Tauranga. Polling booths may now use electronic electoral rolls to mark off voters. Taking into account that the polling average have three significant figures it is not possible to decide which party get the last seat. [90], Green Party leader James Shaw reaffirmed on 22 August the party's intention to introduce a capital gains tax, saying that it was "a priority" for the party and a measure "we want to see addressed in a first term of a new government." [70], The Green Party announced on 21 October its three ministers outside cabinet and one parliamentary under-secretary slots as James Shaw, Julie Anne Genter, Jan Logie and Eugenie Sage. [121] On 21 August, English and Coleman announced a pledge that 600,000 low income people would have access to $18 doctors' visits. The following registered parties contested the general election:[26]. The main opposition parties to the National government were Labour (the official opposition), led by Jacinda Ardern, the Green Party, and New Zealand First. [201] In 2018 she was succeeded by Marama Davidson. On 25 October, it was announced that Ron Mark, Tracey Martin and Shane Jones would join the Cabinet, with Fletcher Tabuteau as a parliamentary under-secretary. The electoral register (sometimes called the ‘electoral roll’) lists the names and addresses of everyone who’s registered to vote. [63] Following the 2005 election, NZ First entered into a confidence and supply agreement with the minority Labour government that also saw Peters appointed as Foreign Minister but not as a member of the Cabinet. The winning candidate in the 2017 election, Damien O'Connor (Labour Party), captured a plurality (49.5%) of the 37,321 valid electorate votes cast for candidates in the West Coast-Tasman electorate. [76], Registered parties are allocated a separate broadcasting budget for radio and television campaigning. New Zealand 2017 General Election - Official Results Oct 7, 2017 | Media release The Electoral Commission has declared the official results for the 2017 General Election. Party leader Gareth Morgan filed an urgent judicial review, arguing that as he was polling higher than ACT, United Future and the Mãori party (who all fit the criteria by having at least one MP in parliament), his party had a right to be involved in the debates and TOP's exclusion was problematic. Contributing to the swing was the 2014 boundary changes which saw the Labour-leaning suburb of Naenae swapped for the National-leaning western hill suburbs of Lower Hutt, and long standing Labour MP Trevor Mallard standing down at the election to contest the party list only. [136], On 9 August 2017, Turei resigned as co-leader and as a list candidate for the 2017 election, saying that the "scrutiny on [her] family has become unbearable". Polling at 1.9%, new party TOP met neither of that criteria. To vote in the general election, one must: Unless an early election is called or the election date is set to circumvent holding a by-election, a general election is held every three years. endstream endobj 123 0 obj <>stream 47,900 based on June 2017 population),[164] and making access to permanent residency harder and longer. [128], Labour's finance spokesman Grant Robertson announced on 14 September 2017, nine days before the election, that there would be "no new taxes or levies" until after the 2020 election. [115] National revealed the design of its first tranche of party hoardings in early July, featuring leader Bill English and the slogan "Delivering for New Zealanders". The NZ First Board met alongside the parliamentary caucus on 16 October to begin the process of formally choosing a coalition partner.[68]. Research into electoral turnout at New Zealand general and local elections. As a result, parties must generally negotiate with other parties either to form a coalition government or to obtain sufficient confidence and supply to operate as a minority government. [96], Labour promised to reduce net immigration by about 20–30,000 annually, partly by reducing the number of students enrolled in "low value" courses that were susceptible to being used as a subterfuge for immigration. They are a good alternative to a census (of which there are none surviving until 1961 in New Zealand), and are also a way to conduct more recent research as … Parties are no longer allocated free airtime on, be aged 18 or over on election day (i.e. Projections generally assume no changes to electorate seats each party holds (ACT retains Epsom, Māori retains Waiariki, Labour retains Te Tai Tokerau, etc.) [126], The design for Labour's first tranche of party hoardings was released in early July, featuring both Little and Ardern with the slogan "A fresh approach". Those earning less would be considered low-skilled and can stay in the country for a maximum of three years, after which a stand-down period applies before they can apply to come back. 89D: Inquiry to be made to update electoral rolls: 89E: No inquiry required if application for registration as elector received: 89F: This happened after the 2014 election, when National only needed one seat from another party to reach a 61-seat majority, but they formed a 64-seat government with Māori, ACT and United Future. You can view copies of all of the electoral rolls at any registrar of elector's office. The “roll” refers to an electoral roll, a main roll or supplementary roll as the case may be: see s 3(1), definition of “roll”. Electoral Rolls and directories. One of the major announcements was the party's new radical welfare reform proposals. The following local by-elections were required due to the resignation of an incumbent local body politician following their election to Parliament: On 2 October 2017, the Electoral Commission referred four alleged electoral offences to Police. New Zealand, Maori Voter and Electoral Rolls, 1908 & 1919. [75] All electorate candidates are permitted to spend $26,200 each on campaigning over and above their party's allocation. Metiria Turei stepped down as co-leader of the Green Party during the campaign period and the party did not elect a replacement before the election. The Electoral Commission is required by law to give local councils lists of electors to compile their electoral rolls. [97], NZ First leader Winston Peters vowed to reduce net immigration to around 10,000 per year. Community Services Card holders would be charged $8 for a visit to a doctor, teenagers would be charged $2, and under–13s would still pay nothing. [131], Another policy announced by the party was the proposed introduction of an interim $0.10 per litre excise levy on bottled water. The anti-immigration populist party New Zealand First won 9 seats, down from 12 in 2014. [100], Labour announced on 6 August 2017 that it would accelerate the building of a proposed light rail system between Auckland CBD and Auckland Airport so that it would be completed within a decade. When determining the scenarios for the overall result, the minimum parties necessary to form majority governments are listed (provided parties have indicated openness to working together). From the introduction of MMP in 1996 until the 2020 landslide victory for Labor, no party won enough votes to achieve an outright majority of seats. [93], According to Statistics New Zealand estimates, New Zealand's net migration (long-term arrivals minus long-term departures) in the June 2016/17 year was 72,300. [138] She campaigned in the Te Tai Tonga Māori electorate,[139] and retired from Parliament at the election. In previous elections their policies included improving public transport with fewer emissions, giving tax breaks to lower income earners, taking GST off food products, and banning the use of controversial 1080 poison.[157]. [105], During the leaders' debate held on 4 September 2017, National leader Bill English committed his party to a target to bring 100,000 children out of poverty within the next term. Twenty-two members of parliament announced that they would not stand for re-election. [165], The party's founder, Gareth Morgan, announced plans to almost halve the number of prison inmates by 2027. The Electoral Commission's election night estimate of special votes in 2017 was that there would be 384,072. [113] On 12 July 2017, ACT deputy leader Beth Houlbrooke made a Facebook post criticising Labour's Best Start package, stating "The fact is, parents who cannot afford to have children should not be having them. Other parties that do not pass the 5% threshold are assumed to not to win an electorate and therefore gain no seats. The preliminary count only includes advance ordinary and election day ordinary votes; it does not include any special votes. We're here to help you enrol and vote and have your say. The New Zealand Herald bases theirs on a predictive model incorporating poll data as well as past election results and past poll accuracy. Electoral Rolls were published to give information about voters enrolled for elections. [66] Labour's negotiators were led by leader Ardern and deputy leader Davis. The Greens received three portfolios outside Cabinet and one parliamentary under-secretary as a result of a confidence and supply agreement reached between them and Labour. ... Research that will map and analyse those of Māori descent with regard to their choice of being on the Māori electoral roll or the General electoral roll. Labour was the only parliamentary party to gain support but a large portion came at the expense of the Green Party, who lost almost half their seats (dropping from 14 to 8) following co-leader Metiria Turei's resignation over self-admitted benefit and electoral fraud. [80] As of 19 August 2017[update], the following third party promoters were registered:[81], In a January 2017 poll conducted by Roy Morgan Research, 26 percent of respondents named housing supply and affordability as the most important issue facing New Zealand, while another 17 percent named poverty and income inequality. Low income families regardless of employment would get $72 a week and free child care. 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Winston Peters also accepted an offer of the role of Deputy Prime Minister. Labour held 27 seats, and NZ First, ACT, and United Future held one seat each. The Governor-General must issue writs for an election within seven days of the expiration or dissolution of the current Parliament. If you are unable to turn on Javascript , you can instead download an enrolment form and use it either to enrol to vote, or to advise us of changes to your enrolment details. [57][58] Since the formation of the electorate in 1969, the winning candidate was from the party that went on to form the government, with the exception of 1993 when it elected a Labour MP while National went on to form the government (albeit with a one-seat majority). Immigrants only needed to be paid over $41,859 a year – resulting in about 6000 more workers being able to stay in the country longer. Labour candidate and former television presenter Tamati Coffey claimed Waiariki off Māori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell; Flavell's defeat saw the Māori Party without an electorate seat and with the party polling below 5% in the party vote, saw the party voted out of Parliament. [85], The ACT party continued to support partnership (charter) schools, with intentions to allow state schools to convert into partnership schools. The party's whānau based policies focuses on obtaining affordable housing to help Māori in low-wage jobs,[150] strengthening employment-support for Māori beneficiaries[151] and making Te Reo Māori and Māori history core curriculum subjects in all schools up to year 10. [59], Golriz Ghahraman (Green, list) became the first former refugee to be elected to the New Zealand Parliament. Green Party transport spokeswoman Julie Anne Genter said the cost of the card would be $70–80 million. Election advertising is now legally prohibited in or near advance polling booths. It would be expected to open in 7–10 years. About There are two electoral rolls in New Zeland. [208] On 18 October 2017, the Electoral Commission referred a subsequent offence to Police about TVNZ re-broadcasting a bulletin of Te Karere during the silence period.[209]. Unregistered parties and independents can contest the electorate vote only. 71 of the 120 seats are filled by the MPs elected from the electorates, with the winner in each electorate determined by the first past the post method (i.e. Overall, National gained one electorate to hold 41, Labour gained two electorates to hold 29, while ACT retained its one electorate seat. [60], Preliminary election results gave National 58 seats, Labour 45, New Zealand First 9, Green 7, and ACT 1,[54] leaving no party or obvious coalition able to command a parliamentary majority of 61 seats. [82], On 27 August 2017, National pledged a $379 million education package. Vote NZ This application cannot be used with Javascript disabled. Use the register to vote service to:. People have to physically go to a public library or a council office to see what is on a copy of the printed electoral roll. xœåXKoã6¾ðàQZԌø&Ù®ãf‘Ç&vºhƒG±]øÑ8ÒüûÎP”Ù’#aÓ^ºÄ"õ}ÃyqÈÑQ Éä±12éDݔtSʹs–(§¨ VrÊYgèþS'J©P‚¤T1 Ñd 4blJSNÈ2ʜ,&1&m1аˆ!ãN”50`¿Hx¦’ZUL UIEAŸ0¡”¤ºù*Èõã Å|;ÎUr‚öa™0î´p„Qä¹õÚû/%ýNDùJàϟäÿæ“A'úwœ0â¨Ódx)•Âð‚£Rƒíš“á=5 Iò~íD½aÁç„ñ›¥†ð’´Tænã~bã,‘ñr‡¾åpçÝü–Ó­Ã [118][119], The party announced on 13 August 2017 that it would create a new bootcamp for youth offenders at the Waiouru Military Camp. ACT retained its one seat. [106] They would increase the tax credits for 310,000 families who receive Working for Families, and the abatement level for the tax credits would decrease from $36,350 to $35,000. Those listed in the voter rolls are men and women of half or more Māori descent over 21 years of age. not be expressly disqualified from enrolling or voting (e.g., serving a sentence of imprisonment; convicted of a corrupt election practice). The Electoral Amendment Act 2017 and the Broadcasting (Election Programmes and Election Advertising) Amendment Act 2017 made a number of changes to the conduct of general elections, including:[14][15]. She said that the region would grow by 800,000 people in the next 25 years, and that rail was historically a fundamental travel mode and it was time that it was again. [138] Per their constitution, the Green Party will choose a replacement co-leader at the next annual general meeting in 2018, leaving James Shaw as the sole party leader through the election campaign. The seat was previously won in 2014 by Damien O'Connor (Labour Party) with a margin of 4,094. This was in addition to previously announced policies of extending the "bright-line test" for taxing capital gains on residential properties from two years to five years, and abolishing negative gearing on investment properties. All three electorates in the 2017 election were won by National candidates. We are doing this to understand the physical activities you do and what you think about being physically active. [152], The party's policies on rangatiratanga focused on combating climate change in the Pacific to alleviate environmental destruction of our neighbouring Pacific nation and scholarships for Māori and Pasifika students to strengthen recruitment and retention of these students in tertiary institutions.[153]. [86] ACT leader David Seymour said on 2 September 2017 that the party would give schools $975 million more, so long as they abandon nationally negotiated union contracts. The previous parliament was elected on 20 September 2014 and was officially dissolved on 22 August 2017. Anyone can look it up and find where someone lives. Mallard did not re-contest the electorate this election, instead contesting the party list only. [146] They would later increase it to $20. Around 3.57 million people were registered to vote in the election,[2] with 2.63 million (79.8%) turning out. The National Party won a plurality of the seats with 56, down from 60 in 2014. Parties and candidates have three working days after the release of the official results to apply for a judicial recount. The Herald's forecasted numbers are the medians of all likely outcomes for that party. Labour announced in March 2017 that the party's six incumbent Maori electorate MPs would not contest the party list but would run as electorate-only candidates, in a challenge to the Māori Party, and to increase the number of Maori MPs in the Labour caucus. Schools would be funded $93,000 per teacher in a bulk funding arrangement and would be free to allocate the grant how they wanted, with principals able to decide how much to pay individual teachers. Preliminary results were gradually released after polling booths closed at 19:00 (NZST) on 23 September. [134] On 7 August 2017,[135] MPs David Clendon and Kennedy Graham announced that they planned to resign as Green Party candidates for the 2017 election, due to Turei's revelations and her handling of the resulting situation. The 2017 New Zealand general election took place on Saturday 23 September 2017 to determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament. She was the youngest MP to be elected to Parliament since the election of the 23-year-old Marilyn Waring in 1975. This enables voters to exert far more control over representatives they elect than the Mixed Member Proportional Voting system of New Zealand. [78], Third party promoters, such as trade unions and lobby groups, can campaign during the regulated period. [127], On 26 August, Ardern announced a plan to cut fees for visits to doctors. [7][8], The election saw five parties return to Parliament, down from seven in 2014 and the lowest number since the introduction of MMP in 1996. [171][172], Three hosted one television leaders' debate between the National and Labour leaders on 4 September. Election hoardings may now be erected nine weeks before the election (previously two months), so the first day always falls on a Saturday. [3] Advance voting proved popular, with 1.24 million votes cast before election day, more than the previous two elections combined.[4][5]. The New Zealand electoral system has been mixed-member proportional (MMP) since 1996. If a party wins more electorates than seats it is entitled to under the party vote, an overhang results; in this case, the House will add extra seats to cover the overhang. The two National-Labour debates were to be moderated by Newstalk ZB and Seven Sharp host Mike Hosking. [19] As a result, the 51st Parliament would have expired, if not dissolved earlier, on Tuesday, 10 October 2017. The regulated election advertising period begins. The party had previously said that its policy was to complete the electrification of the rail network between Auckland and Hamilton and extend electrification to Tauranga. Polling booths may now use electronic electoral rolls to mark off voters. Taking into account that the polling average have three significant figures it is not possible to decide which party get the last seat. [90], Green Party leader James Shaw reaffirmed on 22 August the party's intention to introduce a capital gains tax, saying that it was "a priority" for the party and a measure "we want to see addressed in a first term of a new government." [70], The Green Party announced on 21 October its three ministers outside cabinet and one parliamentary under-secretary slots as James Shaw, Julie Anne Genter, Jan Logie and Eugenie Sage. [121] On 21 August, English and Coleman announced a pledge that 600,000 low income people would have access to $18 doctors' visits. The following registered parties contested the general election:[26]. The main opposition parties to the National government were Labour (the official opposition), led by Jacinda Ardern, the Green Party, and New Zealand First. [201] In 2018 she was succeeded by Marama Davidson. On 25 October, it was announced that Ron Mark, Tracey Martin and Shane Jones would join the Cabinet, with Fletcher Tabuteau as a parliamentary under-secretary. The electoral register (sometimes called the ‘electoral roll’) lists the names and addresses of everyone who’s registered to vote. [63] Following the 2005 election, NZ First entered into a confidence and supply agreement with the minority Labour government that also saw Peters appointed as Foreign Minister but not as a member of the Cabinet. The winning candidate in the 2017 election, Damien O'Connor (Labour Party), captured a plurality (49.5%) of the 37,321 valid electorate votes cast for candidates in the West Coast-Tasman electorate. [76], Registered parties are allocated a separate broadcasting budget for radio and television campaigning. New Zealand 2017 General Election - Official Results Oct 7, 2017 | Media release The Electoral Commission has declared the official results for the 2017 General Election. Party leader Gareth Morgan filed an urgent judicial review, arguing that as he was polling higher than ACT, United Future and the Mãori party (who all fit the criteria by having at least one MP in parliament), his party had a right to be involved in the debates and TOP's exclusion was problematic. Contributing to the swing was the 2014 boundary changes which saw the Labour-leaning suburb of Naenae swapped for the National-leaning western hill suburbs of Lower Hutt, and long standing Labour MP Trevor Mallard standing down at the election to contest the party list only. [136], On 9 August 2017, Turei resigned as co-leader and as a list candidate for the 2017 election, saying that the "scrutiny on [her] family has become unbearable". Polling at 1.9%, new party TOP met neither of that criteria. To vote in the general election, one must: Unless an early election is called or the election date is set to circumvent holding a by-election, a general election is held every three years. endstream endobj 123 0 obj <>stream 47,900 based on June 2017 population),[164] and making access to permanent residency harder and longer. [128], Labour's finance spokesman Grant Robertson announced on 14 September 2017, nine days before the election, that there would be "no new taxes or levies" until after the 2020 election. [115] National revealed the design of its first tranche of party hoardings in early July, featuring leader Bill English and the slogan "Delivering for New Zealanders". The NZ First Board met alongside the parliamentary caucus on 16 October to begin the process of formally choosing a coalition partner.[68]. Research into electoral turnout at New Zealand general and local elections. As a result, parties must generally negotiate with other parties either to form a coalition government or to obtain sufficient confidence and supply to operate as a minority government. [96], Labour promised to reduce net immigration by about 20–30,000 annually, partly by reducing the number of students enrolled in "low value" courses that were susceptible to being used as a subterfuge for immigration. They are a good alternative to a census (of which there are none surviving until 1961 in New Zealand), and are also a way to conduct more recent research as … Parties are no longer allocated free airtime on, be aged 18 or over on election day (i.e. Projections generally assume no changes to electorate seats each party holds (ACT retains Epsom, Māori retains Waiariki, Labour retains Te Tai Tokerau, etc.) [126], The design for Labour's first tranche of party hoardings was released in early July, featuring both Little and Ardern with the slogan "A fresh approach". Those earning less would be considered low-skilled and can stay in the country for a maximum of three years, after which a stand-down period applies before they can apply to come back. 89D: Inquiry to be made to update electoral rolls: 89E: No inquiry required if application for registration as elector received: 89F: This happened after the 2014 election, when National only needed one seat from another party to reach a 61-seat majority, but they formed a 64-seat government with Māori, ACT and United Future. You can view copies of all of the electoral rolls at any registrar of elector's office. The “roll” refers to an electoral roll, a main roll or supplementary roll as the case may be: see s 3(1), definition of “roll”. Electoral Rolls and directories. One of the major announcements was the party's new radical welfare reform proposals. The following local by-elections were required due to the resignation of an incumbent local body politician following their election to Parliament: On 2 October 2017, the Electoral Commission referred four alleged electoral offences to Police. New Zealand, Maori Voter and Electoral Rolls, 1908 & 1919. [75] All electorate candidates are permitted to spend $26,200 each on campaigning over and above their party's allocation. Metiria Turei stepped down as co-leader of the Green Party during the campaign period and the party did not elect a replacement before the election. The Electoral Commission is required by law to give local councils lists of electors to compile their electoral rolls. [97], NZ First leader Winston Peters vowed to reduce net immigration to around 10,000 per year. Community Services Card holders would be charged $8 for a visit to a doctor, teenagers would be charged $2, and under–13s would still pay nothing. [131], Another policy announced by the party was the proposed introduction of an interim $0.10 per litre excise levy on bottled water. The anti-immigration populist party New Zealand First won 9 seats, down from 12 in 2014. [100], Labour announced on 6 August 2017 that it would accelerate the building of a proposed light rail system between Auckland CBD and Auckland Airport so that it would be completed within a decade. When determining the scenarios for the overall result, the minimum parties necessary to form majority governments are listed (provided parties have indicated openness to working together). From the introduction of MMP in 1996 until the 2020 landslide victory for Labor, no party won enough votes to achieve an outright majority of seats. [93], According to Statistics New Zealand estimates, New Zealand's net migration (long-term arrivals minus long-term departures) in the June 2016/17 year was 72,300. [138] She campaigned in the Te Tai Tonga Māori electorate,[139] and retired from Parliament at the election. In previous elections their policies included improving public transport with fewer emissions, giving tax breaks to lower income earners, taking GST off food products, and banning the use of controversial 1080 poison.[157]. [105], During the leaders' debate held on 4 September 2017, National leader Bill English committed his party to a target to bring 100,000 children out of poverty within the next term. Twenty-two members of parliament announced that they would not stand for re-election. [165], The party's founder, Gareth Morgan, announced plans to almost halve the number of prison inmates by 2027. The Electoral Commission's election night estimate of special votes in 2017 was that there would be 384,072. [113] On 12 July 2017, ACT deputy leader Beth Houlbrooke made a Facebook post criticising Labour's Best Start package, stating "The fact is, parents who cannot afford to have children should not be having them. Other parties that do not pass the 5% threshold are assumed to not to win an electorate and therefore gain no seats. The preliminary count only includes advance ordinary and election day ordinary votes; it does not include any special votes. We're here to help you enrol and vote and have your say. The New Zealand Herald bases theirs on a predictive model incorporating poll data as well as past election results and past poll accuracy. Electoral Rolls were published to give information about voters enrolled for elections. [66] Labour's negotiators were led by leader Ardern and deputy leader Davis. The Greens received three portfolios outside Cabinet and one parliamentary under-secretary as a result of a confidence and supply agreement reached between them and Labour. ... Research that will map and analyse those of Māori descent with regard to their choice of being on the Māori electoral roll or the General electoral roll. Labour was the only parliamentary party to gain support but a large portion came at the expense of the Green Party, who lost almost half their seats (dropping from 14 to 8) following co-leader Metiria Turei's resignation over self-admitted benefit and electoral fraud. [80] As of 19 August 2017[update], the following third party promoters were registered:[81], In a January 2017 poll conducted by Roy Morgan Research, 26 percent of respondents named housing supply and affordability as the most important issue facing New Zealand, while another 17 percent named poverty and income inequality. Low income families regardless of employment would get $72 a week and free child care. 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[170], To be able to participate in their multiparty leaders debate, TVNZ requires a party to have an MP already in parliament, or be polling above 3% in the most recent One News/Colmar Brunton poll. ELECTORAL ROLL, BAY OF ISLANDS DISTRICT, 1854 Christian and Surnames Place of Abode Calling Qualification Adamson John Russell Butcher Householder Adamson John Hokianga Carpenter Freehold estate, householder Aubrey R.H Hokianga Sub-Collector Customs Householder Radio New Zealand takes a "poll of polls" average to produce their forecast. The initial broadcasting allocation was released on 26 May 2017. 23-year-old Chlöe Swarbrick (Green, list) became the new Baby of the House. [98] ACT wanted immigrants to "demonstrate they've earned above the average wage in their field" to get residency, and it would put an end to foreigners leaving their kids in New Zealand while paying taxes overseas by implementing an "infrastructure charge" of $10 per day for a maximum of a year for all migrants. Special votes include votes from those who enrolled after the deadline of 23 August, those who voted outside their electorate (this includes all overseas votes), hospital votes, and those voters enrolled on the unpublished roll. A second aspect would be to make "the In–Work Tax Credit available to all low income families". Enrol to vote in New Zealand’s elections and referendums. [120], Prime Minister Bill English and Health Minister Jonathan Coleman announced on 19 August 2017 that a new hospital costing more than $1.2 billion would be built to replace Dunedin Hospital, rather than refurbishing the existing building. Criteria for immigrants would involve demonstrating they can help improve the living standards of all New Zealanders, limiting net immigration to 1% population growth per annum (i.e. Each voter gets two votes, one for a political party (the party vote) and one for a local candidate (the electorate vote). [71], The final ministers to be named were from New Zealand First. The 2014 election saw a one-seat overhang where Peter Dunne won the Ōhāriu electorate when his United Future Party was entitled to zero seats under the party vote. The sum of the parties' forecasted seats does not necessarily equal the total likely seats in Parliament. [173], Fairfax again hosted a debate, the Stuff Leaders Debate (formerly called The Press Leaders Debate), between the National and Labour leaders on 7 September. The party would establish the line by 2027, and it could form the spine of an extended network north to Epuni via central Lower Hutt and south to Island Bay. Electoral Roll . Election act 2017 Lecture 5 in Urdu Electoral Rolls Chapter 4 Part(1) It also would introduce a winter heating supplement for people on superannuation and benefits. [166], On 21 August 2017, United Future leader and sole MP Peter Dunne announced that he was quitting politics at the election, citing recent polling and his perception that there was a mood for change in his seat of Ōhāriu. At the same time, reduce income tax rates so that the total tax take would remain unchanged. Four-laning the Hawke's Bay Expressway, a solution for the Manawatu Gorge road (closed after rock falls in April 2017 and a long history of such falls),[117] and a highway from Wellsford to Whangarei were included. She is the one to say, not WINZ [Work and Income New Zealand], when she is in a partnership in the nature of marriage". [83], Labour leader Jacinda Ardern announced on 14 August 2017 that the party had reinstated a 2015 pledge to assist school students to learn to drive and budget. "[114], National was campaigning for a fourth term in government. [122], The party's infrastructure spokesman Steven Joyce announced on 2 September 2017 that a National Infrastructure Commission would be set up to help expand and oversee public–private partnerships (PPPs). [103], The Green Party announced on 17 August 2017 that it would introduce a passenger rail service between Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga on a trial basis from 2019. Labour had gone into the previous two general elections with a capital gains tax policy. The election resulted in Ardern becoming New Zealand's third female Prime Minister, and Peters being reappointed Deputy Prime Minister, a role he had first held in 1996–98. [12] Both the National and Labour parties outlined planned negotiations with New Zealand First in the hope of forming a government. [63][64][65], Shaw announced the Greens' negotiation team of himself, MP Eugenie Sage, acting chief of staff Tory Whanau, Green co-convenor Debs Martin and campaign staffer Andrew Campbell on 26 September. Electoral roll statistics are based on the parliamentary constituency boundaries and are published for both parliamentary and local government electors. [77] The broadcasting allocation was revised on 23 August 2017, redistributing funds from parties that failed to register in time for the election. Active NZ has been running in one form or another since 1997. [194] Newshub and 1 News and produce projections based on their own polls only. Labour had already said that if it became the government, any capital gains tax recommendations made by its tax working group would not be implemented until after the 2020 election. Labour candidate and former police officer Greg O'Connor subsequently claimed the electorate. ", "Labour strengthens renters' rights with limits on rent rises, 90-day notices", "National Population Estimates: At 30 June 2017", "National Population Estimates: At 30 June 2014", "International Travel and Migration: June 2017 – tables", "Policy series: where do the parties stand on immigration? Stuff's projected numbers add up to 119, but this outcome is impossible. The last election was held on Saturday, 20 September 2014.[17]. Deputy leader Jacinda Ardern was unanimously elected leader by the party caucus, while Kelvin Davis was unanimously elected deputy leader to replace Ardern. most votes wins). [145], New Zealand First also campaigned on increasing the minimum wage to $17. [91], Labour's flagship housing policy was the KiwiBuild scheme, which would aim to build 100,000 homes over 10 years. [138][140], On 21 August 2017, the party promised free public transport for students and those aged under 19, to be achieved by means of a "green card". Since the First General Elections in India, Voting has become a … To register, parties must have at least 500 financial members, an auditor, and an appropriate party name. Final results saw the National party lose two further seats, one each to Labour and the Greens,[11] confirming New Zealand First as the election's kingmaker. Any changes arising from its tax working group would not take effect until 2021. [155] They released a policy for a new rail scheme called IwiRail[156] which they said would open up the regions to freight and tourism. [72][73], During the three-month regulated period prior to election day (i.e. [169] It also hosted an online debate focusing on young voters and youth issues, moderated by Breakfast host Jack Tame. ACT had "long opposed populist attacks on immigrants", according to David Seymour. ‘Úÿ”tE•;²v-Ü5‹*dÀ^ô`¥ï$éÊø÷ÄĽ¤Ëãã³ã‹/o. 2020 electoral roll, voters roll, unlimited searches,find people with the UK's best value electors people search system from 1stlocate. [94] That was up from 38,300 in the June 2013/14 year. Or you can phone us free on 0800 36 76 56, and we will post the form ‘Enrolling to vote on the Unpublished Electoral Roll’ out to you. This would be in place until "a proposed working party helped develop a system to charge all commercial water users 'a fair amount'". On 19 October, NZ First announced the formation of a minority coalition government with Labour. The political party or party bloc with the majority of the seats in the House forms the Government. Two of these incidents concerned Sean Plunket, the communications director of The Opportunities Party. The Green Party proposed that migration should be capped to 1 per cent of population growth, but later abandoned that policy due to the perception that the Greens were pandering to anti-immigrant rhetoric. Search New Zealand Electoral Roll In New Zealand there are two electoral rolls, the Māori electoral roll and the general one. New Zealand Electoral Roll 1935, Volumes 1- 20 This compendium contains the electoral rolls for all New Zealand districts for 1935 - almost 20,000 pages. [61], New Zealand First has held the balance of power in previous parliaments and its leader has served in several ministries. [74], For the 2017 election, every registered party contending the party vote is permitted to spend $1,115,000 plus $26,200 per electorate candidate on election campaigning during the regulated period, excluding radio and television campaigning (broadcasting funding is allocated separately). Last sitting day for the 51st Parliament. These two aspects included in the reforms were, one: "sole parents to keep their sole parent support when they attempt to repartner. [10] A National–NZ First coalition would hold 65 seats, while a Labour–NZ First coalition would also need the support of the Green party to form a majority government with 63 seats. Postal votes don't have to have arrived yet, and add to the total. ÔÁGk#fÇÞsy!¾;"‰>,òí!’Ö1ªSÈpÁ6^"”‚áAÝÜËׄzXwvÚÙÑßç`a1î@ï›÷Aj͵RtÔÊQÔÚcj­æ¯ÔêĨ%×+µ¸8E­È‚Áf´Ô.óÇHªí9žÎæç‹Å§9rz_åáK¼qO®°:ëÈÕÉr¥9h©“?؁ì°Ò6 Ó ÅÛü` ë\ÿ [116], On 20 August 2017, English announced that the government, if re-elected, planned to build ten new "Roads of National Significance" at a cost of $10.5 billion. Winston Peters also accepted an offer of the role of Deputy Prime Minister. Labour held 27 seats, and NZ First, ACT, and United Future held one seat each. The Governor-General must issue writs for an election within seven days of the expiration or dissolution of the current Parliament. If you are unable to turn on Javascript , you can instead download an enrolment form and use it either to enrol to vote, or to advise us of changes to your enrolment details. [57][58] Since the formation of the electorate in 1969, the winning candidate was from the party that went on to form the government, with the exception of 1993 when it elected a Labour MP while National went on to form the government (albeit with a one-seat majority). Immigrants only needed to be paid over $41,859 a year – resulting in about 6000 more workers being able to stay in the country longer. Labour candidate and former television presenter Tamati Coffey claimed Waiariki off Māori Party MP Te Ururoa Flavell; Flavell's defeat saw the Māori Party without an electorate seat and with the party polling below 5% in the party vote, saw the party voted out of Parliament. [85], The ACT party continued to support partnership (charter) schools, with intentions to allow state schools to convert into partnership schools. The party's whānau based policies focuses on obtaining affordable housing to help Māori in low-wage jobs,[150] strengthening employment-support for Māori beneficiaries[151] and making Te Reo Māori and Māori history core curriculum subjects in all schools up to year 10. [59], Golriz Ghahraman (Green, list) became the first former refugee to be elected to the New Zealand Parliament. Green Party transport spokeswoman Julie Anne Genter said the cost of the card would be $70–80 million. Election advertising is now legally prohibited in or near advance polling booths. It would be expected to open in 7–10 years. About There are two electoral rolls in New Zeland. [208] On 18 October 2017, the Electoral Commission referred a subsequent offence to Police about TVNZ re-broadcasting a bulletin of Te Karere during the silence period.[209]. Unregistered parties and independents can contest the electorate vote only. 71 of the 120 seats are filled by the MPs elected from the electorates, with the winner in each electorate determined by the first past the post method (i.e. Overall, National gained one electorate to hold 41, Labour gained two electorates to hold 29, while ACT retained its one electorate seat. [60], Preliminary election results gave National 58 seats, Labour 45, New Zealand First 9, Green 7, and ACT 1,[54] leaving no party or obvious coalition able to command a parliamentary majority of 61 seats. [82], On 27 August 2017, National pledged a $379 million education package. Vote NZ This application cannot be used with Javascript disabled. Use the register to vote service to:. People have to physically go to a public library or a council office to see what is on a copy of the printed electoral roll. xœåXKoã6¾ðàQZԌø&Ù®ãf‘Ç&vºhƒG±]øÑ8ÒüûÎP”Ù’#aÓ^ºÄ"õ}ÃyqÈÑQ Éä±12éDݔtSʹs–(§¨ VrÊYgèþS'J©P‚¤T1 Ñd 4blJSNÈ2ʜ,&1&m1аˆ!ãN”50`¿Hx¦’ZUL UIEAŸ0¡”¤ºù*Èõã Å|;ÎUr‚öa™0î´p„Qä¹õÚû/%ýNDùJàϟäÿæ“A'úwœ0â¨Ódx)•Âð‚£Rƒíš“á=5 Iò~íD½aÁç„ñ›¥†ð’´Tænã~bã,‘ñr‡¾åpçÝü–Ó­Ã [118][119], The party announced on 13 August 2017 that it would create a new bootcamp for youth offenders at the Waiouru Military Camp. ACT retained its one seat. [106] They would increase the tax credits for 310,000 families who receive Working for Families, and the abatement level for the tax credits would decrease from $36,350 to $35,000. Those listed in the voter rolls are men and women of half or more Māori descent over 21 years of age. not be expressly disqualified from enrolling or voting (e.g., serving a sentence of imprisonment; convicted of a corrupt election practice). The Electoral Amendment Act 2017 and the Broadcasting (Election Programmes and Election Advertising) Amendment Act 2017 made a number of changes to the conduct of general elections, including:[14][15]. She said that the region would grow by 800,000 people in the next 25 years, and that rail was historically a fundamental travel mode and it was time that it was again. [138] Per their constitution, the Green Party will choose a replacement co-leader at the next annual general meeting in 2018, leaving James Shaw as the sole party leader through the election campaign. The seat was previously won in 2014 by Damien O'Connor (Labour Party) with a margin of 4,094. This was in addition to previously announced policies of extending the "bright-line test" for taxing capital gains on residential properties from two years to five years, and abolishing negative gearing on investment properties. All three electorates in the 2017 election were won by National candidates. We are doing this to understand the physical activities you do and what you think about being physically active. [152], The party's policies on rangatiratanga focused on combating climate change in the Pacific to alleviate environmental destruction of our neighbouring Pacific nation and scholarships for Māori and Pasifika students to strengthen recruitment and retention of these students in tertiary institutions.[153]. [86] ACT leader David Seymour said on 2 September 2017 that the party would give schools $975 million more, so long as they abandon nationally negotiated union contracts. The previous parliament was elected on 20 September 2014 and was officially dissolved on 22 August 2017. Anyone can look it up and find where someone lives. Mallard did not re-contest the electorate this election, instead contesting the party list only. [146] They would later increase it to $20. Around 3.57 million people were registered to vote in the election,[2] with 2.63 million (79.8%) turning out. The National Party won a plurality of the seats with 56, down from 60 in 2014. Parties and candidates have three working days after the release of the official results to apply for a judicial recount. The Herald's forecasted numbers are the medians of all likely outcomes for that party. Labour announced in March 2017 that the party's six incumbent Maori electorate MPs would not contest the party list but would run as electorate-only candidates, in a challenge to the Māori Party, and to increase the number of Maori MPs in the Labour caucus. Schools would be funded $93,000 per teacher in a bulk funding arrangement and would be free to allocate the grant how they wanted, with principals able to decide how much to pay individual teachers. Preliminary results were gradually released after polling booths closed at 19:00 (NZST) on 23 September. [134] On 7 August 2017,[135] MPs David Clendon and Kennedy Graham announced that they planned to resign as Green Party candidates for the 2017 election, due to Turei's revelations and her handling of the resulting situation. The 2017 New Zealand general election took place on Saturday 23 September 2017 to determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament. She was the youngest MP to be elected to Parliament since the election of the 23-year-old Marilyn Waring in 1975. This enables voters to exert far more control over representatives they elect than the Mixed Member Proportional Voting system of New Zealand. [78], Third party promoters, such as trade unions and lobby groups, can campaign during the regulated period. [127], On 26 August, Ardern announced a plan to cut fees for visits to doctors. [7][8], The election saw five parties return to Parliament, down from seven in 2014 and the lowest number since the introduction of MMP in 1996. [171][172], Three hosted one television leaders' debate between the National and Labour leaders on 4 September. Election hoardings may now be erected nine weeks before the election (previously two months), so the first day always falls on a Saturday. [3] Advance voting proved popular, with 1.24 million votes cast before election day, more than the previous two elections combined.[4][5]. The New Zealand electoral system has been mixed-member proportional (MMP) since 1996. If a party wins more electorates than seats it is entitled to under the party vote, an overhang results; in this case, the House will add extra seats to cover the overhang. The two National-Labour debates were to be moderated by Newstalk ZB and Seven Sharp host Mike Hosking. [19] As a result, the 51st Parliament would have expired, if not dissolved earlier, on Tuesday, 10 October 2017. The regulated election advertising period begins. The party had previously said that its policy was to complete the electrification of the rail network between Auckland and Hamilton and extend electrification to Tauranga. Polling booths may now use electronic electoral rolls to mark off voters. Taking into account that the polling average have three significant figures it is not possible to decide which party get the last seat. [90], Green Party leader James Shaw reaffirmed on 22 August the party's intention to introduce a capital gains tax, saying that it was "a priority" for the party and a measure "we want to see addressed in a first term of a new government." [70], The Green Party announced on 21 October its three ministers outside cabinet and one parliamentary under-secretary slots as James Shaw, Julie Anne Genter, Jan Logie and Eugenie Sage. [121] On 21 August, English and Coleman announced a pledge that 600,000 low income people would have access to $18 doctors' visits. The following registered parties contested the general election:[26]. The main opposition parties to the National government were Labour (the official opposition), led by Jacinda Ardern, the Green Party, and New Zealand First. [201] In 2018 she was succeeded by Marama Davidson. On 25 October, it was announced that Ron Mark, Tracey Martin and Shane Jones would join the Cabinet, with Fletcher Tabuteau as a parliamentary under-secretary. The electoral register (sometimes called the ‘electoral roll’) lists the names and addresses of everyone who’s registered to vote. [63] Following the 2005 election, NZ First entered into a confidence and supply agreement with the minority Labour government that also saw Peters appointed as Foreign Minister but not as a member of the Cabinet. The winning candidate in the 2017 election, Damien O'Connor (Labour Party), captured a plurality (49.5%) of the 37,321 valid electorate votes cast for candidates in the West Coast-Tasman electorate. [76], Registered parties are allocated a separate broadcasting budget for radio and television campaigning. New Zealand 2017 General Election - Official Results Oct 7, 2017 | Media release The Electoral Commission has declared the official results for the 2017 General Election. Party leader Gareth Morgan filed an urgent judicial review, arguing that as he was polling higher than ACT, United Future and the Mãori party (who all fit the criteria by having at least one MP in parliament), his party had a right to be involved in the debates and TOP's exclusion was problematic. Contributing to the swing was the 2014 boundary changes which saw the Labour-leaning suburb of Naenae swapped for the National-leaning western hill suburbs of Lower Hutt, and long standing Labour MP Trevor Mallard standing down at the election to contest the party list only. [136], On 9 August 2017, Turei resigned as co-leader and as a list candidate for the 2017 election, saying that the "scrutiny on [her] family has become unbearable". Polling at 1.9%, new party TOP met neither of that criteria. To vote in the general election, one must: Unless an early election is called or the election date is set to circumvent holding a by-election, a general election is held every three years. endstream endobj 123 0 obj <>stream 47,900 based on June 2017 population),[164] and making access to permanent residency harder and longer. [128], Labour's finance spokesman Grant Robertson announced on 14 September 2017, nine days before the election, that there would be "no new taxes or levies" until after the 2020 election. [115] National revealed the design of its first tranche of party hoardings in early July, featuring leader Bill English and the slogan "Delivering for New Zealanders". The NZ First Board met alongside the parliamentary caucus on 16 October to begin the process of formally choosing a coalition partner.[68]. Research into electoral turnout at New Zealand general and local elections. As a result, parties must generally negotiate with other parties either to form a coalition government or to obtain sufficient confidence and supply to operate as a minority government. [96], Labour promised to reduce net immigration by about 20–30,000 annually, partly by reducing the number of students enrolled in "low value" courses that were susceptible to being used as a subterfuge for immigration. They are a good alternative to a census (of which there are none surviving until 1961 in New Zealand), and are also a way to conduct more recent research as … Parties are no longer allocated free airtime on, be aged 18 or over on election day (i.e. Projections generally assume no changes to electorate seats each party holds (ACT retains Epsom, Māori retains Waiariki, Labour retains Te Tai Tokerau, etc.) [126], The design for Labour's first tranche of party hoardings was released in early July, featuring both Little and Ardern with the slogan "A fresh approach". Those earning less would be considered low-skilled and can stay in the country for a maximum of three years, after which a stand-down period applies before they can apply to come back. 89D: Inquiry to be made to update electoral rolls: 89E: No inquiry required if application for registration as elector received: 89F: This happened after the 2014 election, when National only needed one seat from another party to reach a 61-seat majority, but they formed a 64-seat government with Māori, ACT and United Future. You can view copies of all of the electoral rolls at any registrar of elector's office. The “roll” refers to an electoral roll, a main roll or supplementary roll as the case may be: see s 3(1), definition of “roll”. Electoral Rolls and directories. One of the major announcements was the party's new radical welfare reform proposals. The following local by-elections were required due to the resignation of an incumbent local body politician following their election to Parliament: On 2 October 2017, the Electoral Commission referred four alleged electoral offences to Police. New Zealand, Maori Voter and Electoral Rolls, 1908 & 1919. [75] All electorate candidates are permitted to spend $26,200 each on campaigning over and above their party's allocation. Metiria Turei stepped down as co-leader of the Green Party during the campaign period and the party did not elect a replacement before the election. The Electoral Commission is required by law to give local councils lists of electors to compile their electoral rolls. [97], NZ First leader Winston Peters vowed to reduce net immigration to around 10,000 per year. Community Services Card holders would be charged $8 for a visit to a doctor, teenagers would be charged $2, and under–13s would still pay nothing. [131], Another policy announced by the party was the proposed introduction of an interim $0.10 per litre excise levy on bottled water. The anti-immigration populist party New Zealand First won 9 seats, down from 12 in 2014. [100], Labour announced on 6 August 2017 that it would accelerate the building of a proposed light rail system between Auckland CBD and Auckland Airport so that it would be completed within a decade. When determining the scenarios for the overall result, the minimum parties necessary to form majority governments are listed (provided parties have indicated openness to working together). From the introduction of MMP in 1996 until the 2020 landslide victory for Labor, no party won enough votes to achieve an outright majority of seats. [93], According to Statistics New Zealand estimates, New Zealand's net migration (long-term arrivals minus long-term departures) in the June 2016/17 year was 72,300. [138] She campaigned in the Te Tai Tonga Māori electorate,[139] and retired from Parliament at the election. In previous elections their policies included improving public transport with fewer emissions, giving tax breaks to lower income earners, taking GST off food products, and banning the use of controversial 1080 poison.[157]. [105], During the leaders' debate held on 4 September 2017, National leader Bill English committed his party to a target to bring 100,000 children out of poverty within the next term. Twenty-two members of parliament announced that they would not stand for re-election. [165], The party's founder, Gareth Morgan, announced plans to almost halve the number of prison inmates by 2027. The Electoral Commission's election night estimate of special votes in 2017 was that there would be 384,072. [113] On 12 July 2017, ACT deputy leader Beth Houlbrooke made a Facebook post criticising Labour's Best Start package, stating "The fact is, parents who cannot afford to have children should not be having them. Other parties that do not pass the 5% threshold are assumed to not to win an electorate and therefore gain no seats. The preliminary count only includes advance ordinary and election day ordinary votes; it does not include any special votes. We're here to help you enrol and vote and have your say. The New Zealand Herald bases theirs on a predictive model incorporating poll data as well as past election results and past poll accuracy. Electoral Rolls were published to give information about voters enrolled for elections. [66] Labour's negotiators were led by leader Ardern and deputy leader Davis. The Greens received three portfolios outside Cabinet and one parliamentary under-secretary as a result of a confidence and supply agreement reached between them and Labour. ... Research that will map and analyse those of Māori descent with regard to their choice of being on the Māori electoral roll or the General electoral roll. Labour was the only parliamentary party to gain support but a large portion came at the expense of the Green Party, who lost almost half their seats (dropping from 14 to 8) following co-leader Metiria Turei's resignation over self-admitted benefit and electoral fraud. [80] As of 19 August 2017[update], the following third party promoters were registered:[81], In a January 2017 poll conducted by Roy Morgan Research, 26 percent of respondents named housing supply and affordability as the most important issue facing New Zealand, while another 17 percent named poverty and income inequality. Low income families regardless of employment would get $72 a week and free child care. 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