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Seventy members of the New Zealand House of Representatives elected in the 2011 general election were from single member constituencies, the same number as in 2008. The initial composition of the 2008 Parliament gave the National Party 41 seats, the Labour Party 21, the Māori Party five and ACT, United Future and the Progressive Party one each. The election was held on 26 November 2011. Nominations officially opened on 27 October, and the deadline for nominations was 12:00 noon on 1 November.

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  • Seventy members of the New Zealand House of Representatives elected in the 2011 general election were from single member constituencies, the same number as in 2008. The initial composition of the 2008 Parliament gave the National Party 41 seats, the Labour Party 21, the Māori Party five and ACT, United Future and the Progressive Party one each. The election was held on 26 November 2011. Nominations officially opened on 27 October, and the deadline for nominations was 12:00 noon on 1 November.
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