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Waitakere City Final Electoral Nominations

Waitakere City Final Electoral Nominations

The lists of candidates offering themselves for election in Waitakere City for ARC and DHB, released for the Electoral Officer on Friday were only for nominations received at this office. Complete lists now attached.

NOMINATIONS RECEIVED
At Large (7)

Candidate Name (in full) Date Received Deposit $ Affiliation Date Checklist Completed Approved by EO/DEO & Date
Abbot, Max IES IES Independent IES IES
Albert, Arthur 19/08/04 $200.00 Independent 19/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
Bloomfield, Guy IES IES IES IES
Booth, Pat IES IES Independent IES IES
Bradley, Ian IES IES IES IES
Brown, Robert IES IES IES IES
Cohen, Mike IES IES Independent IES IES
Coleman, Lynne IES IES IES IES
Dunphy, Paul IES IES IES IES
Flaunty, Warren William 17/08/04 $200.00 Health Board Action 17/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
Gibbons, Suzanne IES IES IES IES
Grindlay, Hine IES IES IES IES
Hassell, Peter IES IES IES IES
Hulse, Penny 18/08/04 $200.00 Independent 18/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
Jansen, Ross Malcolm IES IES IES IES
Jenkins, Stuart IES IES Independent IES IES
Johnson, Lannes 17/08/04 $200.00 Independent 17/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
Jordan, Christine IES IES IES IES
Lythe, Mary 19/08/04 $200.00 Family Health Team 19/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
Mackersey, Caroline IES IES Independent IES IES
Marsden, John Alexander IES IES IES IES
Matich, Siobhan IES IES Independent IES IES
McCracken, Hamish IES IES Family Health Team IES IES
Morrison, Philip IES IES IES IES
Neeson, Brian 19/08/04 $200.00 Independent 19/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
O'Grady, Mary-Anne IES IES Independent IES IES
Pinto, Fred 20/08/04 $200.00 20/08/2004 EO-20/08/04
Russell, Gary 19/08/04 $200.00 Family Health Team 19/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
Sullivan, Paddy IES IES IES IES
Taylerson, Anne IES IES IES IES
Tuagalu, Lylian Toloa 20/08/04 $200.00 20/08/2004 EO-20/08/04
Tunks, Megan 19/08/04 $200.00 19/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
Watkins, Don IES IES Aged Care IES IES
Watts, Mary Lelefua 19/08/04 $200.00 19/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04
Woods, Richard IES IES IES IES
Worth, Mereana 19/08/04 $200.00 19/08/2004 DEO-19/08/04

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