HomeNew Zealand

Electoral Commission Acknowledges Errors in 2023 General Election Results

Electoral Commission Acknowledges Errors in 2023 General Election Results

Karl Le Quesne, the chief electoral officer of the Electoral Commission, expressed frustration over errors discovered in the official results of the

Over 500 Offshore Workers Under Investigation for Visa Scams Blocked from Entering New Zealand
Vital Gisborne Transport Link Nears Completion as Prime Minister Visits
New Zealand Reports 6,578 New Covid-19 Cases and 21 Deaths in a Week

Karl Le Quesne, the chief electoral officer of the Electoral Commission, expressed frustration over errors discovered in the official results of the 2023 General Election. The errors included votes missing from the official count in the East Coast electorate, data entry mistakes in multiple voting places, and the misplacement of party votes in some locations. Le Quesne stated that the errors have been addressed, and they have undergone a thorough review of the results. The Electoral Commission has initiated an independent review of its quality assurance practices to avoid such issues in the future.

error: Content is protected !!