Enrolment packs will be landing in letterboxes this week as the Electoral Commission launches its campaign to enrol voters for the 2017 general election. More than three million personalised enrolment update packs will be sent out Chief Electoral Officer, Alicia Wright said. If all the details are correct voters don’t need to do anything more, but if they need to be updated - especially if you’ve changed your name or address - they must be filled out, signed and returned. If voters don’t receive a letter by Friday, it means they are not enrolled or need to update their details. You can find out more by visiting elections.org.nz or phoning 0800 36 76 56.