Days left to choose
The Māori Electoral Option runs until 2 august 2018
HOW DO I CHANGE THE ROLL I'M ON?

If you want to stay on the roll that you’re currently on, you don’t need to do anything. But if you want to change rolls find out how below.

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How do I change the roll types?

It's easy. Here's how you can change roll types.

Upload your signed letter

If you received an info pack in the mail, simply sign and date your letter then scan or photograph and upload it.

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Email your signed letter

If you received an info pack in the mail, scan or photograph your signed letter and return it to:

Post your signed letter

If you received an info pack in the mail, simply sign and date your letter then post it back in the Freepost envelope included in your pack.

Download an enrolment form

Simply download a form, then fill it in and return it to us.

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Over the phone

Give us a call and we’ll find your details while you’re on the line.

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Frequently asked questions

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How to check or update your details

It’s easy to check or amend your current enrolment details. Click any of the following four choices for more info.

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Which roll is best for me?
Am I eligible for the Māori Roll?
Are Cook Islands Māori allowed to go on the Māori Roll?
How long do I have to make a decision?
How many electorates are there?
How does the Māori Electoral Option affect the number of Māori electorates?
Who is my electorate MP?
Where can I learn about what the parties stand for?
Who can help me decide which roll I should be on?
Why can’t I change rolls whenever I want?
Where can I get information about the Māori Option to share with my whānau or community?
Māori Roll vs General Roll – what are the differences?
History of the Māori Roll
Who are the current Māori electorate MPs?
Who are the current General electorate MPs?