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Your trusted partner forStaff-Team
elections, polls and consultations

Whether your organisation is electing new representatives or gathering feedback from constituents, to do so successfully requires several key things - every time:
  • You need the results to be 100% accurate
  • The results need to be delivered on time - and
  • The process itself needs to be transparent, auditable and cost effective.
At Election Services we consider these things to be the base requirements for any customer.

Through 21 years of innovation in New Zealand, we have pioneered the delivery of successful elections, polls and consultations for local government, corporations, iwi and energy trusts. Our ability to combine technology and process management well means your requirements are guaranteed each time and our track record proves it.

We provide as little or as much help as you need and our store of expertise means we are ready with the answers when you need them.

Elections and Polls

We can take care of any aspect of your election or poll to ensure a successful and hassle-free process.

Community Consultations

We can give you the edge you need to effectively engage with your community.

Representation Reviews

We can provide independent expert assistance in reviewing your representation arrangements.


We offer training options for electoral officers and support staff at any level.

Database Management

We can help you to save time and money by improving your address database.

Special Projects

We just might have the specialist skills needed to assist with that special project you have coming up.

Our Customers Say...

I can relax in the knowledge that I can totally rely on their professionalism and expertise coupled with being able to enjoy the usually immediate contact should I need this.

Gail Riddell
Counties Power Consumer Trust

Their widespread knowledge and experience in electoral matters was most apparent throughout the process with no question or request being too big or small for them to handle. 

James Baty
Wairoa District Council