The National party policy was mainly built around their Families Package, due to be introduced in April 2018, which English said would bring 50,000 children out of poverty.  That was up from 38,300 in the June 2013/14 year. MÄori voter rolls for 1908 and MÄori electoral rolls for 1919 are contained in this database. It is compulsory in New Zealand for all those eligible to be enrolled, however voting is optional. , The party announced plans on 2 September 2017 to counter pollution by introducing a tax on farmers of $2 per kilogram of nitrate (fertiliser), which it said would raise about $136 million per year. , Preliminary election results gave National 58 seats, Labour 45, New Zealand First 9, Green 7, and ACT 1, leaving no party or obvious coalition able to command a parliamentary majority of 61 seats. Section 3(1) electoral roll: amended, on 25 March 2014, by section 45 of the Electoral Amendment Act 2014 (2014 No 8).  This is the first Government in New Zealand under MMP where the most popular party is not part of the Government. 19/02/2019: Scientific: ... Research into chronic pain in New Zealand's aging population: 30/11/2017: Hamilton West, Maungakiekie and Rotorua were also regarded as bellwethers in the MMP era, swinging with the government at every election since 1996. 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. This enables voters to exert far more control over representatives they elect than the Mixed Member Proportional Voting system of New Zealand. ACT announced policies including tax cuts, with the top personal tax bracket reducing from 33% to 25%,[non-primary source needed] and raising the age of superannuation from 65 to 67 gradually every 2 months starting in 2020. 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.  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. It was the first election for English as incumbent Prime Minister, having replaced John Key on 12 December 2016 and the first since 1975 where both major parties had leadership changes. Details of candidates for election and polling places released. [non-primary source needed], In taxation, the party proposed to deem a minimum rate of return for all assets (including housing, land and business assets) and charge a tax on it. The party's whānau based policies focuses on obtaining affordable housing to help Māori in low-wage jobs, strengthening employment-support for Māori beneficiaries and making Te Reo Māori and Māori history core curriculum subjects in all schools up to year 10. Brett Hudson, National Party candidate for Ōhāriu, This page was last edited on 12 January 2021, at 14:38. 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White Pages . The preliminary count only includes advance ordinary and election day ordinary votes; it does not include any special votes. Expense limits and broadcasting allocations. She was the youngest MP to be elected to Parliament since the election of the 23-year-old Marilyn Waring in 1975.  It also hosted an online debate focusing on young voters and youth issues, moderated by Breakfast host Jack Tame.  Under section 17 of the Constitution Act 1986, Parliament expires three years "from the day fixed for the return of the writs issued for the last preceding general election of members of the House of Representatives, and no longer." 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In 2018 she was succeeded by Marama Davidson. The Labour ministers outside cabinet were Kris Faafoi, Peeni Henare, Willie Jackson, William Sio, and Meka Whaitiri. United Future leader and sole MP Peter Dunne retired from politics during the campaign due to poor polling in his electorate of Ōhāriu and his successor failed to win the seat. The 51st Parliament is dissolved with a short ceremony on the steps of Parliament House. , On 27 August 2017, National pledged a $379 million education package. 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. , The Māori Party election campaign focused on protecting indigenous rights by providing an independent voice for Māori. Writ for election returned; official declaration of elected members (subject to judicial recounts), Voters no longer have to complete and sign a new enrolment form if they are already enrolled and notify of a change of address, for example, through. 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. , 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.  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. A party contesting all 71 electorates is therefore permitted to spend $2,975,200 on election campaigning. Boundaries are due to be redrawn in 2019, after the 2018 census.  Labour announced on 3 September it would extend the landlords' termination notice period to 90 days (from 42 days), abolish termination without cause, and limit rent increases to once every 12 months (from 6 months). Advance voting ends; overseas voting ends at 16:00 local time. , 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. In Hutt South, National list MP Chris Bishop claimed the electorate from Labour – the first time the electorate has swung since its creation in 1996. , On 26 August, Ardern announced a plan to cut fees for visits to doctors. Map of the general election. The general roll which is open to all voters, and the MÄori roll which is open to voters of Maori descent. 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. They proposed cutting Working for Families and paid parental leave for upper income earners. The New Zealand Herald bases theirs on a predictive model incorporating poll data as well as past election results and past poll accuracy. , According to Quotable Value, residential house prices across New Zealand increased 34.2% between June 2014 and June 2017, from an average of $476,000 to an average of $639,000. The changes would be done gradually to ensure house prices remain stable while incomes grow.  On 25 August 2017, Green party plans for a light rail line between Wellington railway station and Wellington Airport via Newtown were announced.  The broadcasting allocation was revised on 23 August 2017, redistributing funds from parties that failed to register in time for the election.  She campaigned in the Te Tai Tonga Māori electorate, and retired from Parliament at the election. Teachers' pay would be boosted by $20,000 on average, and the payments would reward good teachers and attract "our brightest graduates" to careers in teaching. The Electoral Commission no longer is required to send out nominations and polling place information to every voter by post; instead the Commission may use its discretion on how to advertise nominations and polling places. ... New Zealand election 2017: How do I vote? Mallard did not re-contest the electorate this election, instead contesting the party list only. Active NZ has been running in one form or another since 1997. 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. , 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. Unregistered parties and independents can contest the electorate vote only. A second aspect would be to make "the In–Work Tax Credit available to all low income families". The seat was previously won in 2014 by Todd Barclay (National Party) with a margin of 14,886. Electoral Rolls and directories. Bryce Edwards writing for The New Zealand Herald claimed the party's policies announced in the run up to the election showed that: "After years of watering down policies and desperately trying to make themselves more respectable to the mainstream, they have made an abrupt shift to the left".  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. It would be expected to open in 7–10 years. ACT retained its one seat. 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. Between the 2014 and 2017 elections, one seat changed allegiance: in the 2015 Northland by-election, NZ First leader Winston Peters won the seat off National, after MP Mike Sabin resigned. About There are two electoral rolls in New Zeland. , 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). , Golriz Ghahraman (Green, list) became the first former refugee to be elected to the New Zealand Parliament. The Electoral Commission is required by law to give local councils lists of electors to compile their electoral rolls. She is the one to say, not WINZ [Work and Income New Zealand], when she is in a partnership in the nature of marriage". 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. , National planned to count migrants as "skilled" only if the job they were coming to paid more than about $49,000 a year, but the plan was opposed by employers who said their businesses would be put at risk by the blocking of foreign workers. unless there is a specific reason to assume change. Electoral rolls can be accessed at places like public libraries and councils. Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell lost his seat of Waiariki and, with the party's vote count being below the threshold of 5%, they also lost their list MP, co-leader Marama Fox, and departed Parliament. , 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. If you are not currently enrolled, or need to update your details, weâll also send you a standard enrolment form. Unlike in some other countries, political endorsements in New Zealand by media and people outside the political sphere are rare. 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.  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..  United Future's candidate for the Botany electorate took over as leader shortly after, promising to move his party towards Labour because of its stance on social issues. 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 initial broadcasting allocation was released on 26 May 2017. , TOP proposed an introduction of a universal basic income of $200 a week to all families with children under 3 (or under 6 if adopted), which would replace paid maternity leave. Any changes arising from its tax working group would not take effect until 2021. 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. The party would also distribute funds and allow concessions to the agricultural sector in response to declining water quality.  Newshub and 1 News and produce projections based on their own polls only. Electorate results are shown on the left, Maori electorate results in the centre, and the list members on the right. Since the 2008 general election, the party provided parliamentary support to the Fifth National Government.  Labour's negotiators were led by leader Ardern and deputy leader Davis.  Peters had vowed in July that a Northport rail connection to Marsden Point at a cost of up to $1 billion was non-negotiable in any post–election coalition between NZ First and either National or Labour.  The party considered the existing tax regime to favour owners of capital and to over-tax wage earners, to favour home-owners and to disadvantage those who rent their home, and to encourage investment in real estate rather than productive businesses. English said that there were about 150 "very serious young offenders". This marked an end to nine years under the Fifth National Government, and the beginning of the Sixth Labour Government of New Zealand. , On 16 July 2017, the Green Party announced at their AGM that they would increase all benefits by 20% and remove all penalties and excessive sanctions to those on the benefit, looking to change the “punitive culture” at MSD.  All electorate candidates are permitted to spend $26,200 each on campaigning over and above their party's allocation. ACT had "long opposed populist attacks on immigrants", according to David Seymour. The NZ First Board met alongside the parliamentary caucus on 16 October to begin the process of formally choosing a coalition partner.. The winning candidate in the 2017 election, Hamish Walker (National Party), captured a majority (59.9%) of the 36,434 valid electorate votes cast for candidates in the Clutha-Southland electorate. , The party also announced as part of its 'Families Package' it would lower the bottom rate of tax to 9%, introduce a new top rate of tax of 40% on those with an income over $150,000 and increase all core benefits by 20%. 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. , On 20 October 2017, the names of Labour's 16 Cabinet ministers were announced as Jacinda Ardern, David Clark, Clare Curran, Kelvin Davis, Chris Hipkins, Iain Lees-Galloway, Andrew Little, Nanaia Mahuta, Stuart Nash, Damien O'Connor, David Parker, Grant Robertson, Jenny Salesa, Carmel Sepuloni, Phil Twyford, and Megan Woods. The maximum expense limit is $315,000 for those promoters registered with the Electoral Commission, and $12,600 for unregistered promoters. Election-night counts had National with 58 seats, Labour with 45 seats, and the Greens with 7 seats, but when special votes were counted, National lost one list seat each to the Greens and Labour. Complete Details about AP Voter List 2021, Search Name, Download & Electoral Roll PDF with Photo @ CEO AP Portal.  They would later increase it to $20. The estimate is always wrong. , The Green Party launched its election campaign on 9 July in Nelson. , Labour's flagship housing policy was the KiwiBuild scheme, which would aim to build 100,000 homes over 10 years. Our democracy is better with you in it. , The election saw five parties return to Parliament, down from seven in 2014 and the lowest number since the introduction of MMP in 1996. On 19 October, NZ First announced the formation of a minority coalition government with Labour. Election advertising is now legally prohibited in or near advance polling booths. Actual governments formed may include other parties beyond the minimum required for a majority. The seat was previously won in 2014 by Damien O'Connor (Labour Party) with a margin of 4,094.  A registered party may submit a party list to contest the party vote, and can have a party campaign expenses limit in addition to limits on individual candidates' campaigns. National Party leader Bill English ruled out a formal governing arrangement with the ACT Party's sole MP David Seymour, though such an agreement existed following the 2014 election. ", "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? 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.. Last sitting day for the 51st Parliament. In three electorates, the incumbent MP was defeated. Enrol to vote in New Zealandâs elections and referendums. Deadline (12:00) for registered parties to lodge bulk nominations of candidates and party lists. In New Zealand, you must be enrolled to vote. The Governor-General must issue writs for an election within seven days of the expiration or dissolution of the current Parliament. It also would introduce a winter heating supplement for people on superannuation and benefits. , 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. Two of these incidents concerned Sean Plunket, the communications director of The Opportunities Party. ACT believes in personal responsibility, meaning we stand with the majority of parents who wait and save before having children. Taking into account that the polling average have three significant figures it is not possible to decide which party get the last seat. The New Zealand Collection at the Christchurch Library holds bound volumes of 1850s-70s Canterbury Provincial Council electoral rolls, and 1865-1957 parliamentary electoral rolls on microfilm, including the roll for the 1941 election which was deferred for two years because of World War II and oddments. The commission would supervise large infrastructure projects, such as the building of new schools, roads, and hospitals, which would be built as PPPs. Since 2017, we survey a sample of New Zealanders registered on the electoral roll every month through our research partner, Nielsen. , The ACT party continued to support partnership (charter) schools, with intentions to allow state schools to convert into partnership schools. Electoral roll statistics are based on the parliamentary constituency boundaries and are published for both parliamentary and local government electors. , 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). Deputy leader Jacinda Ardern was unanimously elected leader by the party caucus, while Kelvin Davis was unanimously elected deputy leader to replace Ardern. The debate was moderated by Newshub political editor Patrick Gower. The party said it would introduce a stricter test regime to ensure employers seek to hire New Zealanders before recruiting overseas applicants, and would require skilled migrants to stay and work in the region their visa was issued for. , The party announced on 13 August 2017 that it would create a new bootcamp for youth offenders at the Waiouru Military Camp. Use the register to vote service to:. , National Party leader and Prime Minister Bill English announced on 6 August 2017 that there would be a $267 million investment in Auckland and Wellington commuter rail, which would include (in Auckland) electrification of the line between Papakura and Pukekohe, a third line between Westfield and Wiri, and (in Wellington) double-tracking the line between Trentham and Upper Hutt, and several other improvements. New voters data now here. The Community Services Card would also be expanded to an additional 350,000 people with low incomes and high housing costs. 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