Voters urged to vote close to home on election day
The Chief Electoral Office is urging voters to vote at a polling place listed in their EasyVote pack and take their EasyVote card with them on election day, September 2005.
Vote this week if you're not in your electorate on election day 17 September
The Chief Electoral Office has released figures showing 46,500 people have voted during the first seven days of advance voting for the 2005 General Election.
Five days to enrol to vote
The Electoral Enrolment Centre is sending a last ditch message out to the tens of thousands of Kiwis not enrolled to vote that there are just five days to get enrolled.
Enrol to vote this weekend at over 20 Warehouse Stores
Left it to the last minute to enrol to vote at this year's election?
Election advertising and the Electoral Act 1993
Note: this release relates to advertising other than broadcasting advertising on television or radio where some special rules apply.
2.8 million EasyVote information packs delivered from 8 September
2.8 million EasyVote information packs from the Chief Electoral Office will make their way into people's letterboxes starting tomorrow (Thursday 8 September).
Electoral Commission issues reminder on broadcasting complaints procedures
The Electoral Commission is reminding iwi radio stations, political parties and listeners to follow complaints procedures and requirements set out under broadcasting law concerning election advertising.
Overseas voting begins for New Zealand general election
Kiwis who are overseas can cast their vote in New Zealand's general election from today, Wednesday 31 August 2005.
Check Enrolment details in Black and White
From tomorrow (31 August), the 2.812 million Kiwis who enrolled in time will be able to check their details on the printed electoral rolls that will be used on election day.