Tuesday, 18 August 2015

KEEP NEW ZEALAND'S CURRENT FLAG





Please also see this post:
http://co-creatingournewearth.blogspot.co.nz/2015/08/new-zealand-flag-do-not-change-you-will.html


Here's some more useful information regarding your VOTE and how to KEEP NZ's flag for constitutional or other reasons... eg: Your family's allegiance to the CURRENT NZ flag, out of respect for and in memory of your ancestors who have served in the NZ military under that flag... The ANZAC commemorations would be laughable under ANY OTHER FLAG... And any other reasons you may personally have.


FLAG REFERENDUM 1 POSTAL VOTING FORMS

Deadline date to get your votes in is: Friday 27 November 2015.

Postal Votes are expected to be sent out around September/October 2015.
You should receive your voting paper in the mail by Friday 20 November.

INFORMAL VOTES (Keep NZ's Current Flag) versus
FORMAL VOTES (Change NZ's Current Flag)


ARE YOU ENROLLED TO VOTE IN REFERENDUM ONE?
1. Make sure you are enrolled before 30 September 2015 to avoid your vote being rejected. You may call 0800 36 76 56 to check that you are on the Electoral Roll. If calling from overseas, the number is +64 9 909 4182.


REFERENDUM ONE: Postal Voting Forms and 4 Opposing Flags
2. Postal Voting Forms are expected to be sent out around September and October 2015.
3. New Zealanders will be asked to rate all 4 Flags 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th.



HOW TO SUBMIT AN INFORMAL VOTE - This is the important bit



4. Submitting Informal Votes for Referendum 
Those who support keeping New Zealand's current Flag, we are asked to make an 'Informal Vote' by: 
a) CROSS OUT all 4 oppositional Flags and
b) write: << KEEP NEW ZEALAND'S CURRENT FLAG >>



REMEMBER: The goal of forwarding an 'Informal Vote' is to outnumber 'Formal Votes'. We must be specific with our wording to qualify as an Informal Vote:

>> KEEP NEW ZEALAND'S CURRENT FLAG.



The Informal Votes and Formal Votes are the only votes that will be accepted under law.
- by Louise H. on:

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