Voters tell us why they’re voting - and why they’re not
The election is just around the corner. Re: News headed out to Henderson in Tāmaki Makaurau to ask people if they’re voting.
At the last election over 77,000 people between the ages of 18-24 didn’t vote.
If you think your vote doesn’t matter, just know that when the numbers of non-voters add up it becomes a lot of people - that’s nearly the size of Palmerston North.
Here’s why these activists think the starting-out wage should go.
We asked them if the issue will affect how they vote in the upcoming election.
“If it was free, fucking oath, I’m there.”