Election 2011 - Party Policies - Governmental Issues - Election Finance

Election 2011 - Party Policies - Governmental Issues - Election Finance

Election Finance

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  • Stop political parties from accepting anonymous donations above $1000 unless the true source of the money is publicly identified.
  • Support the current ban on donations that originate from overseas, with the exception of New Zealand citizens living overseas and entitled to vote.
  • Seek to simplify and tighten the current rolling disclosure system to ensure that the public know who is funding the parties when they go to vote.
  • Place an annual limit of $35,000 on total donations to a political party from any single person or entity.
  • Maintain the current campaign spending caps on political partiese but be open to having them indexed to inflation.
  • Review the Electoral Finance Act post-election to see how it has worked.
  • Maintain the status quo on broadcast funding and time allocation. (more here)

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