New Zealand is set to get a new electorate ahead of next year's elections.
It's to be called Upper Harbour, and in very loose geographical terms, it connects west Auckland with north-west Auckland, including Glenfield.
But why does this matter to people in the country's 70 other electorates?
Well, because National may need allies. And if the Conservative Party's Colin Craig stands there, it could be the seat they give a wink and a nod to.
But who is Colin Craig?
He opposes gay marriage, supports a parent's right to smack, doesn't think climate change is being hastened by human behaviour, and thinks food in schools is a parent's responsibility.
Tonight, Campbell Live takes a look at Colin Craig, David Attenborough-style.
Watch the video for the full report.