The long wait is over! The New Zealand elections 2020 is here, and it’s time to practice your right and responsibility as a citizen. NZ elections 2020 will run from 3 October to 17 October, so if you’re above the age of 18, and have been living in NZ for over a year, then you’re entitled for a party vote and an electorate vote.
If you haven’t registered or updated your details for this year’s elections, you can still do so, even through your mobile phone! Register, update your details, and find places to vote online.
It’s worth noting that even if we’ve beaten COVID-19 the second time around, we still can’t let our guards down.
Vote well and safely. Here’s your online guide to the 2020 New Zealand General Election.
Since we’re currently facing COVID-19 along with the NZ election, extra precautions are in place to keep voters safe.
The NZ government has included a range of measures such as contact tracing and ensuring physical distancing in voting areas. By adding these health standards, NZ voters in October 2020 are guaranteed a safe and easy voting process.
Stay informed using your mobile phones! It’s your gateway to pertinent information for the October 2020 elections.
Easily find a place to vote from this list by simply entering your voter details.
Or, you can check out this map for voting places near you.
Easy and convenient, these options help you avoid unnecessary runs just to get some information outside. See more details below.
You can find a place to vote by using a map on voting places that you can access through your mobile phone. The virtual map will show you the nearest voting places in your current location, electorate type, electorate, and suburb.
The NZ government recommends voting close to home to make the process safe and easy. This also lessens the risk of exposure and ensures that minimum health standards won’t be sacrificed during the elections.
You can vote in person, by post, and overseas.
The NZ government lets you cast your vote even when you’re abroad. You’ll only need to comply with your local COVID-19 protocols. It’s best to consult your overseas voting place beforehand.
A reminder if you’re voting overseas: you need to be registered by 16 October, midnight on NZ time.
To vote overseas, you can vote in the nearest overseas voting place in your area or ask the EC to send you postal voting papers.
The fastest way, however, is to download and print the voting papers because this spares you from the waiting game. Voting for Kiwis abroad started as early as 30 September and will end 17 October, NZ time.
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