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Canterbury District Health Board nominations

Canterbury District Health Board nominations
20 August 2004

There are 29 people running for the seven positions available on the

Canterbury District Health Board, says Max Robertson, the CDHB electoral officer.

A list of the candidates is attached.

The local government and district health board elections in Christchurch are conducted by postal ballot. Voters should receive their ballot papers in the week of 20 September. They have to post them back before Election Day, Saturday 9 October, with voting closing at midday. Vote counting begins immediately and provisional results will be available as soon as practicable afterwards.

(issued by Chch City Council media officer Bryn Somerville on behalf of Max Robertson)

ENDS


Candidate Report for Election 'Christchurch City LGE 2004'

Report Created 20/08/2004 16:01:15

BCode-ID First Name Last Name Party Issue

B 801 Dr Neville BENNETT Independent Citizens CDHB
B 802 Robin BOOTH Re-elect Robin Booth CDHB
B 804 Rod CAMERON Independent CDHB
B 805 Eleanor CARTER Health Cuts Hurt CDHB
B 806 Heather CARTER Health Cuts Hurt CDHB
B 807 John DEAN Independent CDHB
B 808 Tom DOWIE Health Cuts Hurt CDHB
B 809 Sandi EVANS Independent CDHB
B 810 Michael HANSEN Electronic Schizophrenia CDHB
B 811 Alister JAMES Labour for Health 2021 CDHB
B 812 Jo KANE Health 2021 CDHB
B 813 Mary KING None CDHB
B 814 Ray KIRK Labour for Health 2021 CDHB
B 815 Laurence MALCOLM Health 2021 CDHB
B 816 Kathryn McILRAITH Independent CDHB
B 817 Winston McKEAN Health 2021 CDHB
B 818 Andrew John McKENZIE Health Cuts Hurt CDHB
B 819 Robert H McKEOWN Independent CDHB
B 820 David MORRELL Health 2021 CDHB
B 821 Kevin Patrick O'CONNELL Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party CDHB
B 822 Felicity PRICE Independent Citizens CDHB
B 823 Tahu STIRLING Independent CDHB
B 824 Peter STOCKS Independent CDHB
B 825 Paul TELFER Patients First CDHB
B 826 Peter van HOUT None CDHB
B 827 Stephanie Jane WATERFIELD Independent CDHB
B 828 Olive WEBB Independent CDHB
B 829 Mark WEBSTER Independent CDHB
B 830 Alison WILKIE Health 2021 CDHB

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