Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox joins us live at 8pm to answer your questions ahead of voting day on Saturday.
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Fox is co-leader of the Māori Party, alongside Te Ururoa Flavell. She has been at the party's helm since 2014.
Prior to becoming an MP, she worked as a teacher. She currently lives in Masterton with her husband and nine children and they are all involved in the shearing business.
She has recently said that strategic voting is the most important issue for New Zealanders in this election.
She believes in most Maori seats, the election will be a competition between Labour's Maori MPs and those standing for the Maori Party.