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Election Results Table (details) - UPDATED DECEMBER 10 - 1999 PROVISIONAL FINAL RESULTS - A RECOUNT IN TAURANGA COULD STILL ALTER THE FINAL OUTCOME

Status at: 12:48 am on 10/12/1999
Polling Places Counted:4,721 (100.0%)
Votes Counted:2,085,704 ( 83.1%)

PartyParty
Votes
%
Votes
Electorate
Seats
List
Seats
Total
Seats

ACT New Zealand145515 7.0099
Alliance159877 7.71910
Animals First3245 0.2000
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party22689 1.1000
Christian Heritage Party of New Zealand49159 2.4000
Freedom Movement455 0.0000
Future New Zealand23034 1.1000
Green Party106572 5.2167
Labour Party800358 38.741849
Libertarianz5948 0.3000
McGillicuddy Serious Party3191 0.2000
Mana Maori Movement5190 0.3000
Mauri Pacific4007 0.2000
National Party630019 30.5221739
Natural Law Party1711 0.1000
New Zealand First Party87943 4.3145
NMP935 0.1000
OneNZ Party1311 0.1000
Republican Party292 0.0000
South Island Party2912 0.1000
The People's Choice Party387 0.0000
United NZ11065 0.5101



6753120




Citizen Initiated Referendum   Yes   No  Informal

Restriction of Parliament to 99 MP's         1,498,910     322,211     15,376
Reform Criminal Justice System         1,672,182     147,922     19,258


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