Māori with connections to Wairoa are being encouraged to vote on a proposed Treaty settlement before a deadline on Friday.
Te Tira Whakaemi o te Wairoa called on Māori with links to the area in the north of Hawke's Bay to have their say on a proposed $100 million settlement offer from the Crown.
Chairman Tāmati Olsen said while there had been a high turnout, about 1500 members had not voted yet.
He said if the settlement went ahead, it would be the fifth-largest Treaty settlement in terms of financial redress.
He said it had the potential to transform the lives of iwi members.
The settlement process started more than 30 years ago.