Monthly Archives: October 2011

Keep MMP releases analysis of FPP’s lookalike system Supplementary Member

Keep MMP supporters say retaining MMP in the referendum on Election Day is the only way to ensure we maintain a proportional electoral system which is fair and truly representative. Continue reading


Keep MMP Campaign Launch

Friday, 28 October 2011 – 10:30am11:30am

The Campaign to Keep MMP will be officially launched at 10.30am on Friday 28 October at Pescado Cafe and Tapas Bar on Jellicoe Street, North Wharf Wynyard Quarter, Auckland (click for map). Continue reading

Keep MMP campaign launched in Auckland

The campaign to keep the MMP voting system was launched in Auckland today. Continue reading

New posters are out

Our new posters are out – coming soon to a town near you! Continue reading

The More More Party – Music for MMP

Friday, 21 October 2011 – 8:00pmSaturday, 22 October 2011 – 1:00am

Venue: Bodega, 101 Ghuznee St,Wellington

Starring…. Orchestra of Spheres, the Eversons, Mount Pleasant, Fraser Ross, Matthew Pickering, ROY G and the BIVinators. Continue reading

Voters unhappy with electorate deals can modernise MMP system

Voters unhappy with electorate deals designed to allow successful electorate candidates to bring in a few more list MPs can opt to modernise the MMP system this year, said Philip Temple, a spokesperson for Keep MMP. Continue reading

Anton Oliver on MMP

Ex-All Black captain Anton Oliver gives us three reasons why he’s voting for MMP in the referendum. Continue reading