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2013 Wellington Elections - Donation & Expense Returns

Donation & Expense Returns

Under section 112A of the Local Electoral Act 2001, candidates who stand for local election have to supply details of their expenses and the electoral donations they've received.

To view the candidates' returns for electoral donations and expenses, select their names below.

Mayor

Rob Goulden (98KB PDF)

John Morrison (200KB PDF)

Karunanidhi Muthu (331KB PDF)

Celia Wade-Brown (53KB PDF)

Jack Yan (199KB PDF)

Nicola Young (193KB PDF)

Eastern ward

Ray Ahipene-Mercer (457KB PDF)

John Coleman (591KB PDF)

Sarah Free (170KB PDF)

Leonie Gill (436KB PDF)

Rob Goulden (98KB PDF)

Peter Kennedy (148KB PDF)

Simon Marsh (316KB PDF)

Graham McCready (189KB PDF)

Karunanidhi Muthu (331KB PDF)

Va'ai Va'a Potoi (243KB PDF)

Lambton ward

Michael Appleby (238KB PDF)

John Dow (154KB PDF)

Milton Hollard (305KB PDF)

Rex Nicholls (876KB PDF)

Iona Katherine Mary Pannett (474KB PDF)

Mark Peck (260KB PDF)

Stephen Preston (477KB PDF)

Jennifer Gwilliam Stephen (500KB PDF)

Mark Wilson (514KB PDF)

John Woolf (467KB PDF)

Nicola Young (193KB PDF)

Makara-Ohariu Community Board

Murray Burdan (210KB PDF)

Christine Grace (391KB PDF)

Judy Liddell (76KB PDF)

Wayne Rudd (285KB PDF)

Margaret Elanor Scotts (620KB PDF)

Hamish Todd (628KB PDF)

Northern ward

Reagan Cutting (181KB PDF)

Peter Gilberd (42KB PDF)

Justin Lester (1.6MB PDF)

Helene Ritchie (1.9MB PDF)

Malcolm Sparrow (698KB PDF)

Jacob Toner (556KB PDF)

Onslow-Western ward

Malcolm Aitken (178KB PDF)

Dan Coffey (103KB PDF)

Jo Coughlan (442KB PDF)

Sridhar Ekambaram (111KB PDF)

Andy Foster (250KB PDF)

Gill Holmes (211KB PDF)

Phil Howison (133KB PDF)

Arie Ketel (221KB PDF)

Emma MacRae (179KB PDF)

Hayley Robinson (156KB PDF)

Martin Wilson (215KB PDF)

Simon Woolf (226KB PDF)

Southern ward

Paul Eagle (306KB PDF)

David Lee (908KB PDF)

Don McDonald (1.4MB PDF)

Ginette McDonald (867KB PDF)

Will Moore (124KB PDF)

Brent Pierson (865KB PDF)

Bryan Robert Pepperell (540KB PDF)

Tawa Community Board

Sally Dunbar (111KB PDF)

Graeme Mark Hansen (41KB PDF)

Richard Herbert (218KB PDF)

Margaret Lucas (214KB PDF)

Jack Marshall (242KB PDF)

Alistair Sutton (192KB PDF)

Robert Tredger (168KB PDF)


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