Adrian Rurawhe of Labour leading in Te Tai Hauāuru

By Te Ao Māori News

Vote counts continue to come through as polling booths tally up the numbers. So far just over 11% of the vote has been counted in the rohe

In Te Tai Hauāuru just over 11% of the vote has been counted and Adrian Rurawhe of Labour is in the lead on just over 3890 votes and not too far behind is Chris McKenzie of the Māori Party at just over 3082 votes so far.

The Green Party's Jack Tautokai McDonald is on just over 1358 and Jordan WIniata of the MANA Movement is on just under 896 votes.

Labour is leading the Party vote in Te Tai Hauāuru so far on over 2300 votes while the Māori Party is right behind them on just over 1066 votes while New Zealand First is on just just over 670 votes.

To get a feel for what the vibe is in the rohe we crossed live to our reporter Rahia Timutimu. 

She also spoke with Tariana Turia.

To keep up to date with the numbers as they are counted follow this link.