DemocracyNZ was born in March 2022. We stand for freedom, for families, and for farming and rural New Zealand. We stand with you.
Voting age is not for the court to decide
The Supreme Court ruling recommending that the legal voting age is lowered to 16 is not for the courts to decide.
Steve Cranston announced as DemocracyNZ candidate for Waikato
Farming advocate and climate emissions expert, Steve Cranston, will contest the Waikato electorate for DemocracyNZ in the 2023 election.
DemocracyNZ rejects tax on farm emissions
At DemocracyNZ we stand by our principles, instead of caving in to the uninformed hysteria around farm emissions.
We stand with our farmers
Climate ideology will destroy farming communities.
DemocracyNZ officially a registered political Party!
DemocracyNZ is officially registered with the Electoral Commission to contest the 2023 General Election.
We are on the road across New Zealand to talk about DemocracyNZ and what we stand for.
Lee Smith announced as DemocracyNZ candidate for Taranaki-King Country
We are proud to announce that Lee Smith as the first DemocracyNZ candidate (after Party Leader, Matt King) for the 2023 General Election, standing in the Taranaki-King Country.