2020 General Election
Vote.nz is the official site for the 2020 General Election. It covers everything you need to know about voting, and how the election system works. General election day was Saturday 17 October 2020.
Preliminary results for the referendums will be available on Friday 30 October. The Electoral Commission will have the official results for the 2020 General Election and referendums published on Friday 6 November 2020. View the results
Enrolment information is available in English, Te Reo Māori, NZSL, and other languages.
Information for Christchurch voters
Christchurch voters can vote in one of the following electorates:
Each electorate has an official profile which includes the previous election results, statistical profiles and maps.
MPs in Parliament lists current MPs with their political biographies and contact details.
The Elections New Zealand website features information in different languages.
Electoral rolls and voting
Individuals can check their personal enrolment details online, however the full electoral rolls are not available to view online.
- Find information about electoral rolls held at our libraries.
The New Zealand election results website publishes the results of elections, by-elections, and referendum.
More on Elections
The New Zealand Election Study holds data from elections dating back to 1905. The researchers ask users who download their files to contact them. The Spinoff posted an accessible summary of the study's 2017 survey.
Find book about New Zealand elections on our collection.