克里斯托弗·卢克森跳上了一辆拖拉机。他没有透露他旁边的折叠式小座椅是为 ACT 还是新西兰优先党准备的。图片来源：RNZ / Marika Khabazi
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“新西兰优先党已经 27 年没有选择国家党了，可以再次选择工党，但这个决定最终取决于你。因为归根结底，选举就是选择。
“New Zealand First hasn’t gone with National in 27 years and could choose Labour again, but that decision is ultimately up to you. Because at the end of the day, elections are about choices.
“So if you want to change the government, then I’m asking you to vote for change and choose a better New Zealand. I’m asking you to part vote National.”
今年的投票于 10 月 2 日开始，并于 10 月 14 日选举日晚上 7 点结束。
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- The election will be held on 14 October.
- The Electoral Commission says there will be 2600 places for New Zealanders to vote at this election.
- This year voting starts on 2 October and closes at 7pm on election day, 14 October.
- Keep track of each party’s policies with RNZ’s guide to party policy.
- Confused about the difference between coalitions and confidence and supply? We break it down for you here.
- RNZ is tracking polls, Facebook ads, campaign financing, data from the debates and advance voting numbers. The latest figures are published here.
工党交通发言人大卫·帕克 (David Parker) 与英格丽德·希普基斯 (Ingrid Hipkiss) 进行了交谈。
ACT 回应 Christopher Luxon 的消息
“Christopher Luxon 今天早上证实，国家党希望与行动党建立一个强大而稳定的两党联合政府。这就是行动党几周来一直在说的。
The national network of ethnic and faith community leaders of the Chinese, Indian, Sikh, Muslim, Jewish and African communities is urging politicians to be civil and respectful during the election campaign.
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