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Electoral Commission broadcasting allocation

Allocation decision

Monetary allocation
(incl. GST)
Opening address, minutes
Closing address, minutes
Total available
Labour Party, National Party
Green Party, Māori Party, NZ First
The ACT Party, Progressive, UNITED FUTURE
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party, Democrats for social credit, Kotahitanga Te Manamotu Hake Tiriti o Waitangi,Libertarianz*, New World Order, New Zealand Liberals, Residents Action Movement, South Island Party,Alliance, Family Party, Workers Party of New Zealand
(those in italics were not registered as at 29th April 2008)
* will not receive the monetary allocation
$10,000, plus a production package for the opening address worth over $7000

Nineteen parties gave notice that they consider they will qualify for a broadcasting allocation. Of these, six are not currently registered but will need to be registered by writ day in order to receive an allocation.

Full decision and supporting information:
Broadcasting allocation 2008 - initial allocation decision | Elections New Zealand

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