Sunday, 21 September 2014

Election 2014

What percentage of the vote did each party win?
National - 48.06%
Labour - 24.69%
Green - 10.02%
NZ first - 8.85%
Maori - 1.29%
Act - 0.69%
Internet/Mana - 1.26%
United Future - 0.22%
Conservative - 4.12%

How will parliament look?
National - 61 seats
Labour - 32 seats
Green - 13 seats
NZ First - 11 seats
Maori Party - 2 seats
Act - 1 seat
Internet/Mana - 0 seats
United Future - 1 seat
Conservative - 0 seats

Who is the Tauranga MP and which party is he/she from? Simon Bridges - National

Who came 2nd and 3rd for Tauranga?
Clayton Mitchell - NZ first
Rachel Jones - Labour

Who is the BOP MP and which party is he/she from?
Todd Muller - National

What regional seat does the Prime Minister hold?

How many people voted?
2.4 Million

List all of the ministerial portfolios
PortfoliosOther responsibilities
1Rt Hon John Key
2Hon Bill English
Deputy Prime Minister
3Hon Gerry Brownlee
Leader of the House
4Hon Steven Joyce
6Hon Tony Ryall
7Hon Hekia Parata
8Hon Christopher Finlayson
9Hon Paula Bennett
10Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman
11Hon Murray McCully
12Hon Anne Tolley
Deputy Leader of the House
13Hon Dr Nick Smith
14Hon Tim Groser
15Hon Amy Adams
16Hon Nathan Guy
17Hon Craig Foss
18Hon Simon Bridges
19Hon Nikki Kaye
20Hon Michael Woodhouse
PortfoliosOther responsibilities
21Hon Jo Goodhew
22Hon Chester Borrows
23Hon Todd McClay
24Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga
25Hon Nicky Wagner
PortfoliosOther responsibilities
Hon Dr Pita Sharples
Hon Tariana Turia
Hon Peter Dunne

Who is the current Minister for Education?
Hon Hekia Parata

What portfolio does John Key hold?
Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism. 

Name 1 change we will now expect to see in NZ in the next 3 years in
Education - Strengthening school leadership.

Health - Further support rest home care by increasing the rest home bed subsidy by five per cent – around $10 million – from 1 October 2014.

Environment - Invest $3.2 million for the better environmental management of our oceans.

Policing - Supporting families and members to turn away from the gang lifestyle.
Tourism - Provided support to the New Zealand screen industry to make sure the Hobbit films were made in New Zealand.

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