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Scoop Election Results - Electorates Table

Scoop Election Results - Electorates Table

UPDATED DECEMBER 10 1999 - RESULT REMAINS PROVISIONAL ON A RECOUNT IN TAURANGA


Status at: 4:56 pm on 10/12/1999

Electorate names in RED have final election night results. Electorate names in GREEN are still being counted.


ElectorateResultLeading Candidate2nd PlaceMargin
Albany100%MCCULLY, Murray (NAT)MCCRACKEN, Hamish (LAB)4948
Aoraki100%SUTTON, Jim (LAB)MARRIOTT, Wayne (NAT)7139
Auckland Central100%TIZARD, Judith Ngaire (LAB)POULSEN, Martin (NAT)5285
Banks Peninsula100%DYSON, Ruth (LAB)CARTER, David (NAT)1455
Bay of Plenty100%RYALL, Tony (NAT)HUGHES, Terry (LAB)7102
Christchurch Central100%BARNETT, Tim (LAB)STRINGER, John (NAT)9404
Christchurch East100%DALZIEL, Lianne (LAB)KNOX, John (NAT)11162
Clutha-Southland100%ENGLISH, Bill (NAT)SOPER, Lesley (LAB)6401
Coromandel100%FITZSIMONS, Jeanette (GP)MCLEAN, Murray (NAT)250
Dunedin North100%HODGSON, Pete (LAB)RICH, Katherine (NAT)12695
Dunedin South100%BENSON-POPE, David (LAB)KEAST, Russell (NAT)10608
East Coast100%MACKEY, Janet Elsdon (LAB)PARKINSON, Matthew (NAT)3845
Epsom100%WORTH, Richard (NAT)HIDE, Rodney Philip (ACT)1908
Hamilton East100%STEEL, Tony (NAT)YATES, Dianne (LAB)692
Hamilton West100%GALLAGHER, Martin Owen (LAB)SIMCOCK, Bob (NAT)1629
Hunua100%KYD, Warren (NAT)SCHOFIELD, Paul (LAB)5195
Hutt South100%MALLARD, Trevor (LAB)RADOMSKE, Clare (NAT)8885
Ilam100%BROWNLEE, Gerry (NAT)WILKIE, Alison (LAB)6792
Invercargill100%PECK, Mark (LAB)ROY, Eric (NAT)7990
Kaikoura100%SCOTT, Lynda (NAT)MCNAMARA, Brian (LAB)1486
Karapiro100%TISCH, Lindsay (NAT)CRONIN, Paul (LAB)5216
Mana100%KELLY, Graham (LAB)THOMAS, Mark (NAT)5475
Mangere100%FIELD, Taito Phillip (LAB)TAYLOR, Sylvia (NAT)13047
Manukau East100%ROBERTSON, Ross (LAB)YEE, Ken (NAT)7086
Manurewa100%HAWKINS, George (LAB)AUVA'A, Enosa (NAT)13062
Maungakiekie100%GOSCHE, Mark (LAB)VERNON, Belinda (NAT)2558
Mt Albert100%CLARK, Helen Elizabeth (LAB)BUCKLAND, Noelene Lois (NAT)13108
Mt Roskill100%GOFF, Phil (LAB)RAFFILLS, Phil (NAT)9707
Napier100%BRAYBROOKE, Geoff (LAB)TOLLEY, Anne (NAT)11863
Nelson100%SMITH, Nick (NAT)FRASER, Simon (LAB)4521
New Plymouth100%DUYNHOVEN, Harry (LAB)JURY, Len (NAT)15092
North Shore100%MAPP, Wayne (NAT)DUNCAN, Helen (LAB)7048
Northcote100%HARTLEY, Ann (LAB)REVELL, Ian (NAT)278
Northland100%CARTER, John (NAT)ROBERTSON, Les (LAB)5454
Ohariu-Blemont100%DUNNE, Peter Francis (UNZ)BEST, Derek (LAB)12556
Otago100%HERLIHY, Gavan (NAT)DEARMAN, Val (LAB)2367
Otaki100%KEALL, Judy (LAB)SOWRY, Roger (NAT)7250
Pakuranga100%WILLIAMSON, Maurice (NAT)HINE, Patrick (LAB)5314
Palmerston North100%MAHAREY, Steven (LAB)HALLIGAN, George (NAT)13153
Port Waikato100%HUTCHISON, Paul (NAT)RYAN, Trish (LAB)3915
Rakaia100%SHIPLEY, Jenny (NAT)SCHURGERS, Diane (LAB)10602
Rangitikei100%POWER, Simon (NAT)WALSHAM, Craig (LAB)293
Rimutaka100%SWAIN, Paul (LAB)RODDICK, Stuart Blair (NAT)8374
Rodney100%SMITH, Lockwood (NAT)DOMNEY, Mark (LAB)6905
Rongotai100%KING, Annette (LAB)BOAG, Stuart (NAT)12928
Rotorua100%CHADWICK, Steve (Stephanie) (LAB)BRADFORD, Max (NAT)4978
Tamaki100%SIMICH, Clem (NAT)PILLAY, Lynne (LAB)4911
Taranaki-King Country100%ARDERN, Shane (NAT)YOUNG, John (LAB)6510
Taupo100%BURTON, Mark (LAB)STEELE, David (NAT)3580
Tauranga100%PETERS, Winston (NZF)O'REGAN, Katherine (NAT)62
Te Atatu100%CARTER, Chris (LAB)NEESON, Vanessa (NAT)9262
Titirangi100%CUNLIFFE, David (LAB)HASLER, Marie (NAT)5800
Tukituki100%BARKER, Rick (LAB)WHITE, Larry (NAT)8646
Waimakariri100%COSGROVE, Clayton (LAB)COUPER, Gideon (NAT)1141
Wairarapa100%BEYER, Georgina (LAB)HENRY, Paul (NAT)3033
Waitakere100%NEESON, Brian (NAT)HUNT, Jonathan (LAB)4056
Wellington Central100%HOBBS, Marian (LAB)PREBBLE, Richard (ACT)1482
West Coast-Tasman100%O'CONNOR, Damien (LAB)O'BEIRNE, Rod (NAT)7378
Whanganui100%PETTIS, Jill (LAB)BORROWS, Chester (NAT)3155
Whangarei100%HEATLEY, Phil (NAT)JELICICH, Denise (LAB)1934
Wigram100%ANDERTON, Jim (ALL)MCKAY, Angus (NAT)9885
Hauraki100%TAMIHERE, John (LAB)ANDERSON, Josie Marama (NZF)7238
Ikaroa-Rawhiti100%HOROMIA, Parekura Tureia (LAB)FOX, Derek Tini (IND)695
Te Tai Hauauru100%MAHUTA, Nanaia (LAB)ANDERSON, Lorraine Erana (NZF)6233
Te Tai Tokerau100%SAMUELS, Dover (LAB)GEORGE, Anaru (NZF)5692
Te Tai Tonga100%OKEROA, Mahara (LAB)WYLLIE, Tutekawa (NZF)4522
Waiariki100%RIRINUI, Mita (LAB)DELAMERE, Tuariki (MMM)4369

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