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ONE News: Election Coverage

ONE News: Election Coverage

FRIDAY 8 AUGUST 2014

ONE News Leaders Debates
ONE News will air three different leaders debates in the lead up to the 2014 General Election, each hosted by Mike Hosking.

The first debate is on Thursday 28 August, live from 7.00pm to 8.00pm . This will be the first time voters will see John Key and David Cunliffe going head-to-head in a televised debate.

On Friday 5 September ONE News will host a 90 minute multi-party debate, bringing together the potential coalition partners of the major parties.

The final leaders debate is held on Wednesday 17 September, from 7.00pm to 7.30pm. This time, Key and Cunliffe are face-to-face again but in a more intimate, round table discussion.

ONE News Election Night
Mike Hosking, Toni Street, Simon Dallow and Corin Dann will be in the studio, presenting all the results as they come in. A wider team of ONE News presenters and reporters will be based with the parties in locations around the country.

Vote Compass
Vote Compass is a new and innovative voter engagement tool hosted by ONE News, which will be launched on Thursday 14 August. More information coming soon.

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