Leader David Seymour says the party's 0.5% was a frustrating election result.
Jason Walls Mon, 25 Sep 2017
The ACT Party fell well short of its own expectations this election.
Because it won just 0.5% of the total party vote, leader David Seymour’s tactic of coercing would-be National supporters to vote ACT to keep New Zealand First leader Winston Peters out of government has failed.
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