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The Labour Party List

1. Rt Hon Helen Clark
2. Hon Dr Michael Cullen
3. Rt Hon Jonathan Hunt
4. Hon Steve Maharey
5. Hon Parekura Horomia
6. Hon Phil Goff
7. Hon Annette King
8. Hon Jim Sutton
9. Hon Margaret Wilson
10. Hon Mark Gosche
11. Hon Dover Samuels
12. Hon Trevor Mallard
13. Hon Pete Hodgson
14. Hon Lianne Dalziel
15. Hon George Hawkins
16. Hon Mark Burton
17. Hon Marian Hobbs
18. Hon Paul Swain
19. Nanaia Mahuta
20. Winnie Laban
21. Hon Judith Tizard
22. Hon Ruth Dyson
23. Georgina Beyer
24. Rick Barker
25. Chris Carter
26. Graham Kelly
27. Jill Pettis
28. Mark Peck
29. Dianne Yates
30. Helen Duncan
31. Martin Gallagher
32. Mita Ririnui
33. Mahara Okeroa
34. Steve Chadwick
35. Ann Hartley
36. David Benson-Pope
37. David Cunliffe
38. Dave Hereora
39. Lynne Pillay
40. Ashraf Choudhary
41. Moana Mackey
42. Lesley Soper
43. Carol Beaumont
44. Max Purnell
45. David Shearer
46. Gill Boddy-Greer
47. David Parker
48. Brendan Burns
49. Louisa Wall
50. David Maka
51. Darren Hughes
52. Hamish MacCracken
53. Eamon Daly
54. Lesley Harry
55. Brenda Lowe-Johnson
56. Stephen Ching
57. Leila Boyle
58. John Cheesman
59. Richard Pole
60. Paul Gibson
61. Margaret Hayward
62. Di Nash
63. Denise Mackenzie
64. Judy Hawkins
65. Dinash Taylor
66. Kath Peebles
67. Mike Mora
68. Eru George
69. Jani Johanson
70. Nathan Saminathan
71. Ola Kamel
72. Jan Noonan
73. Maureen Waaka
74. Lyndsay Rackley
75. Wayne Hawker

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