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Election 2014 - Handy Tools for the Undecided

September 11, 2014 at 10:14 AM

Following up from our Election Special last week, we have some handy tools for those of you who might still be undecided on who to vote for in the upcoming General Election.

But first, check out what the voting looked like at the last election. What is most disturbing is the number of non-voters...

For those of you who are thinking that voting this year is just all too hard, or that all the parties seem to blend into one hot mess, check out the Vote Compass, which helps you to work out which parties' policies align most closely with your values.

This NZ Herald Election Interactive is also useful in comparing policies.


Whichever way you swing, make sure you get out and vote:

Saturday 20 September.

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