This combination of photos, both taken on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, shows New Zealand's Prime Minister Bill English, left, and Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern both talking to their supporters after the election results in Auckland, New Zealand. New Zealanders still don’t know who will next lead their country after a final vote count from a general election held two weeks ago tightened the close race between liberals and incumbent conservatives.
This combination of photos, both taken on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, shows New Zealand's Prime Minister Bill English, left, and Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern both talking to their supporters after the election results in Auckland, New Zealand. New Zealanders still don’t know who will next lead their country after a final vote count from a general election held two weeks ago tightened the close race between liberals and incumbent conservatives. Nick Perry, File AP Photo
This combination of photos, both taken on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, shows New Zealand's Prime Minister Bill English, left, and Labour Party leader Jacinda Ardern both talking to their supporters after the election results in Auckland, New Zealand. New Zealanders still don’t know who will next lead their country after a final vote count from a general election held two weeks ago tightened the close race between liberals and incumbent conservatives. Nick Perry, File AP Photo

Final vote count in New Zealand election tightens close race

October 06, 2017 11:49 PM

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