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Māori services at the Library
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The Māori Electoral Option is a chance for anyone who is of
Māori descent and who is enrolled to vote to choose which electoral roll they
want to be on – the General roll or the Māori roll.
It’s an important decision.
It affects who you can vote for to represent you and your area in Parliament.
The Māori Electoral Option runs from 3 April to 2 August 2018. The next
opportunity for you to change rolls won’t be until the next Māori Electoral
Option in 2024.
If you’re of Māori descent and enrolled to vote, you will be
sent a pack in the mail in early April. If you’re happy with the roll you are
on, you don’t need to do anything. If you want to change rolls, sign and date
the letter included in the pack and send it back. If you lose your letter you
can also use an enrolment form to change rolls. If you don’t receive a pack in
the mail you’re either not enrolled, your address details are not up to date or
we don’t know that you’re of Māori descent. You need to fill in a new enrolment
Your choice needs to be in by 2 August. For more information about the
Māori Electoral Option or to get an enrolment form visit maorioption.org.nz or
call 0800 36 76 56.