Let the ‘drag race’ begin: New Zealand heads to the polls in knife-edge election

New Zealand was voting on Saturday in a cliffhanger election pitting conservative Prime Minister Bill English against charismatic young rival Jacinda Ardern.
The campaign has been the most volatile in recent memory, with momentum swinging from English to Ardern and then back again.
“This election is going to be really close … it’s a drag race between the two big parties,” English said, conceding a large undecided vote could prove key.
No party has claimed a majority…