General Election Calling

General Election Calling (Northern)

Can we count on you to stand up with your community and vote on Saturday October 14th?

I’m so glad to hear that. Just to confirm, are you registered to vote? You can register online or register in person at a voting site in your area. If need be, you can also register on election day as well.

Early voting starts on Monday, October 2nd and runs until election day on Saturday, October 14th. Have you thought about when you plan to vote? Ok, great.

We are asking all E tū members to make a commitment to vote by signing our E tū election pledge. (propose filling out form for the member online instead of directing them to the website, or if need be, direct the member to our website by emailing a link and attachment of the pledge to them.)

Election Pledge

Are you available to attend some of our upcoming campaign actions?

(All regions)

Event 2: We will be calling E tū members to make sure we are all turning out on election day. we have the following volunteer times:

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am to 1pm and 5pm to 8pm
  • Saturdays, from 12noon to 4pm
Can help
If phone banking isn’t your thing, we have plenty of other activities that we need help with. Are you interested in getting involved in another way? (If yes, please check box, so we can follow-up)
[If they don’t want to be involved in the campaign then check their contact details and wrap up]

Thank you for your time today, it was really nice speaking with you. Goodbye.

If a member has questions around what E tū supports, or is pro National, or leaning National, or undecided and asks what has The Labour Party or E tū achieved?” Say the following: As a union we have led the fight for and won: (read list below)

  1. Fair Pay Agreements
  2. Minimum wage increases
  3. The establishment of a living wage
  4. Doubling sick leave
  5. Getting a public holiday for Matariki
  6. More affordable public housing
  7. Winter Energy Payment
  8. Paid Parental Leave increased to 26 weeks
  9. Cheaper childcare for 2–3-year-olds
  10. First year of post-school education free

National and Act have publicly opposed all of this!

These are huge contributions for the betterment of our family and community.