This is a quick one.
The 2017 New Zealand general election is scheduled to be held on Saturday 23 September 2017.
This will determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament.
The people who will decide if we get to preserve our gun rights for future generations.
If you are not already enrolled to vote, we respectfully suggest that you should.
That can be done here:
If you have stopped voting in disgust, we understand.
But please consider raising your voice again.
Roughly a million people didn’t show up to vote for the last general election.
That made it one of New Zealand’s worst turnouts in the last century.
Others share your anger and sense of powerlessness in the process that governs us. The one that often attacks our right to responsible arms ownership.
But with less people voting – your own vote now matters even more.
The Kiwi Gun Blog will not presume to tell you which way to vote but please consider a pro gun rights party.
We don’t like single issue voting. But if a party doesn’t get that ‘Outlaws live outside the law’ then we would not trust them to eat with a fork at a dinner party. Let alone the future of New Zealand.
We have gathered the firearm policy of every Political Party running candidates. This is ready for your consideration elsewhere on the Blog.
Oh and remember that the Green Party is just waiting for you to do nothing: