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    #26
    one day I will vote/learn polyticks

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    #27
    heading up to the school at 6.00pm its right next door

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    #28
    Ministry of Justice runs the Electoral Commission which runs the general election. Voting places are open from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm.

    My contribution to the election process discussion

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    #29
    could not care less

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    #30
    I like advance voting. It makes sense if you are not one of the 'undecided', who is waiting to swing one way of the other. If you already know who you are going to vote for, just do it.

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    #31
    Damn it, it's pissing down.

    Staying at home, sorry democracy

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    #32
    This is interesting. You can see things like Canada's Quebec/Rest of Canada divide, or Australia's compulsory voting. Red circles indicate election fraud.


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    #33
    Jeez, the Poles really do not give much of a **** do they

    Canada's looks like someone vomited against the wall at their own Oktoberfest and it dropped down to the floor.

    Russia's looks like an apocalyptic asteroid headed for Earth

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    #34
    I voted in the week, I think the advance voting has been great this year!

    I have zero sympathy for anyone from either side who does not vote then complains about anything the gov does or does not do.

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    #35
    Wait, wait, that was Austria. My bad.

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    #36
    Edward Diego wrote:
    Wait, wait, that was Austria. My bad.
    Dumb and dumber joke stealer

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    #37
    Totally slamming down with rain here in West auckland. I've already voted though.

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    #38
    Pouring rain in Wellington but I voted a week or so ago.

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    #39
    Only 4 candidates in my electorate.

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    #40
    Coming online voting, go

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    #41
    Sphyre wrote:
    what about posts taking place between now and 12am
    As long you dont feed the trolls after midnight. And whatever you do dont get water on them

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    #42
    Voted a couple days ago. No queues

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    #43
    I just saw some Mongrel Mob members walk past wearing Labour support colours.

    Who thinks I should chase after them and punch them for being election-ignorant?

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    #44
    MoistTurtle wrote:
    I just saw some Mongrel Mob members walk past wearing Labour support colours.

    Who thinks I should chase after them and punch them for being election-ignorant?
    I vote yes please. Please post results.

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    #45
    Please do, would be good not seeing your posts popup

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    #46
    I voted. Now I can bitch when National form the next government.

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    #47
    I'm surprised you don't need to show any form of ID to vote, what is stopping someone voting in someone else's name?

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    #48
    Voting national cause **** you smelly hippies.
    John D. Rockefeller award for philanthropic wanks

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    #49
    Scatter_D wrote:
    Voting national cause **** you smelly hippies.
    lol. Both Labour and National are centre left.

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    #50
    What's with people allowed to wear those party ribbon things? Would that not be classed as advertising/campaigning? I don't see how it's different to having a billboard up outside with '[enter party name here] Party'