There is optimism the Māori Party will survive, despite losing both its leaders.
Marama Fox has resigned as co-leader over private business issues, and Te Ururoa Flavell stood down earlier this year.
- Marama Fox steps down as co-leader of the Maori Party
- Marama Fox vows to pay back $87.5k in debt after quitting Māori Party
National deputy leader Paula Bennett says there are votes to be had.
"I think there's going to be a Māori vote that's going to be going. I hear from Māori that they're really disappointed, that they've really put a lot into Labour."
Ms Bennett says Ms Fox gave a lot to politics.
"She was feisty, she knew her own mind and she stuck up for what she believed in."
Greens co-leader James Shaw is unsure if the party will make a comeback.
"That's a decision for them to make. I think they made a valuable contribution in Parliament and I'd like to see them back, but ultimately that's up to them and it's a very hard journey."
Ms Fox has publicly apologised after her business was liquidated over unpaid debts.