NZ Elections – September – Winston Peters is New Zealand’s only solution to: Reduced immigration; Banning of racially designated seats; Anti-Globabilist and Welfare behaviour.

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Contesting parties and candidates[edit]

Political parties registered with the Electoral Commission on Writ Day can contest the general election as a party. Each such party can submit a party list to contest the party vote, and can have a party election-expenses limit in addition to limits on individual candidates’ campaigns. As of 6 March 2017, fourteen political parties are registered and can contend the general election.[32]

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Party Leader(s) Ideology Last election
 % party vote Seats
National Bill English Conservatism; Classical liberalism 47.04 60
Labour Andrew Little Social democracy 25.13 32
Green James Shaw / Metiria Turei Green politics 10.70 14
NZ First Winston Peters Conservatism; Nationalism; Populism 8.66 11
M?ori Te Ururoa Flavell / Marama Fox Indigenous rights 1.32 2
ACT David Seymour Classical liberalism; Libertarianism; Conservatism 0.69 1
United Future Peter Dunne Social liberalism; Centrism 0.22 1
Conservative Leighton Baker Conservatism; Fiscal conservatism; Social conservatism 3.99
Internet Suzie Dawson Collaborative e-democracy; Internet freedom; Privacy; Copyright reform 1.42
Mana Hone Harawira Tino rangatiratanga; Socialism; M?ori rights 1.42
Legalise Cannabis Jeff Lye Cannabis legalisation 0.46
Ban 1080 Mike Downard / Bill Wallace Opposition to 1080 poison 0.21
Democrats Stephnie de Ruyter Social Credit; Economic democracy; Left-wing nationalism 0.07
Opportunities Gareth Morgan Big tent; Radical centrism; Environmentalism; Geolibertarianism not founded,_2017


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