Electoral Commission / Te Kaitiaki Take Kōwhiri
- The Electoral Commission is responsible for running New Zealand’s parliamentary elections and keeping the electoral rolls up to date.
- Administers the Electoral Act 1993, which sets the rules for parliamentary elections and the electoral roll.
- Provides services to electors, voters, political parties, candidates, Parliament, ministers, the media, overseas electoral agencies, and international institutions.
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