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SEP 14

Finally the 2014 election




The election is finally upon us. Tomorrow those who have not already cast their vote will go to the polls. While many will have already decided, it is probably worth having a last think and look at the options as you work through the confusing events of the past weeks.

Elections are often as much about feelings as they are about thinking. The flow chart below walks through a process which may be helpful for those undecided – or even for those who want to reflect and consider their current position. It revolves around a pivotal question this election; do you think our country is going in the right direction?

Click on each party to see their policies:
Act
Conservative
Greens
Internet MANA
Labour
Maori Party
National
New Zealand First
United Future
 


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