What share of the party vote will Internet Party win at the next General Election (10c/1%)?VOTE.2014.INTERNET
- Symbol: VOTE.2014.INTERNET
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- Start Date: 3 Feb 14
- Close Date: 1 Jan 15
- Status: Active
This contract pays 10 CENTS for each 1% of the party vote won by the Internet Party in the next General Election before recounts. This contract's payout per share is capped at $1.
Votes cast on the General Roll and Maori Roll are included.
Vote share is based on Official Results Declared (including Special Votes) BEFORE RECOUNTS from the next General Election.
This contract pays out to fractions of a percent. For example, a Internet Party vote share of 1.59% will produce a payout of $0.1590 per share. This contract's payout per share is capped at $1.
In this contract, "next" refers to the first New Zealand General Election after this contract's launch.
If a party by this name does not exist, this contract will follow the political party associated with Kim Dotcom.
If this party announces it will not stand at the next election, the party is not registered with the Electoral Commission by the date in which a writ for the election of members of Parliament is issued, or the party is disbanded, then this contract will immediately close at $0.
This contract will be closed no later than 3 working days after the Close Date. The Close Date may be extended if the event outcome cannot be determined by that date.