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Candidate and Registered Promoter Expense Returns

Candidate and Registered Promoter Expense Returns for 2011 General Election

Candidate returns and registered promoter expense returns for the 2011 general election and referendum were due on Monday 26 March 2011 and have now been made public.

A summary of data disclosed in each candidate return is now available here.

The information includes amounts disclosed for donations, contributions to donations, anonymous donations, and overseas donations, and election expenses for newspaper advertising, radio and television advertising, internet advertising, and other forms of advertising.

• Candidate returns organised by electorate are available here.

• Candidate returns organised by party are available here.

Only registered promoters who spent more than $100,000 on election or referendum expenses during the regulated period (which started on 26 August and ended on 25 November 2011) were required to file a return. Copies of the registered promoters’ returns are available here.

Copies of returns are also available for inspection at the Electoral Commission's offices, Level 9, 17-21 Whitmore Street, Wellington, between 9am and 5pm on weekdays.


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