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General Election 2002- National Party List Ranking

NEW ZEALAND NATIONAL PARTY General Election 2002

List Ranking 16 June 2002

Order Name Region Constituency
1 Hon Bill English Southern Clutha-Southland
2 Hon Roger Sowry Lower North Island Otaki
3 Hon Dr Nick Smith Canterbury/Westland Nelson
4 Hon David Carter Canterbury/Westland Banks Peninsula
5 Dr Don Brash Northern
6 Hon Georgina te Heuheu Central North Island
7 Dr Wayne Mapp Northern North Shore
8 Hon Tony Ryall Central North Island Bay of Plenty
9 Gerry Brownlee Canterbury/Westland Ilam
10 Pansy Wong Northern Auckland Central
11 Dr the Hon Lockwood Smith Northern Rodney
12 Dr Lynda Scott Canterbury/Westland Kaikoura
13 Simon Power Lower North Island Rangitikei
14 Katherine Rich Southern Dunedin North
15 Hekia Parata Lower North Island Wellington Central
16 Gavan Herlihy Southern Otago
17 Bob Simcock Central North Island Hamilton West
18 Allan Peachey Northern
19 Sue Wood Lower North Island Mana
20 Guy Salmon Canterbury/Westland
21 John Carter Northern Northland
22 Alec Neill Canterbury/Westland Wigram
23 Belinda Vernon Northern Maungakiekie
24 Anne Tolley Lower North Island Napier
25 Richard Worth Northern Epsom
26 Eric Roy Southern Invercargill
27 Dr Paul Hutchison Northern Port Waikato
28 Arthur Anae Northern Manukau East
29 Ian Buchanan Lower North Island Wairarapa
30 Greg White Central North island Te Tai Hauauru
31 Phil Heatley Northern Whangarei
32 Marie Hasler Northern Waitakere
33 Annabel Young Lower North Island
34 Eric Liu Northern
35 Tau Henare Northern Te Atatu
36 Chester Borrows Lower North Island Whanganui
37 Nicky Wagner Canterbury Westland Christchurch Central
38 Leanne Jensen-Daines Central North Island East Coast
39 Tim Macindoe Central North Island Tauranga
40 Wayne Marriott Southern Aoraki
41 Dan Gordon Canterbury/Westland Waimakariri
42 Sandra Goudie Central North Island Coromandel
43 John Key Northern Helensville
44 Jeremy Sole Northern Northcote
45 George Ngatai Northern Tamaki Makaurau
46 Dale Stephens Lower North Island Ohariu Belmont
47 Craig Foss Lower North Island Tukituki
48 Judith Collins Northern Clevedon
49 Glenda Hughes Lower North Island Rongotai
50 Dave Scott Lower North Island Palmerston North
51 Weston Kirton Central North Island Taupo
52 Hamuera Mitchell Central North Island Waiariki
53 Enosa Auva’a Northern Manurewa
54 Sylvia Taylor Northern Mangere
55 Barry Nicolle Canterbury Westland West Coast Tasman
56 Paul Foster Southern Dunedin South
57 Mita Harris Northern Te Tai Tokerau
58 Brent Trewheela Northern Mt Roskill
59 Raewyn Bhana Northern Mt Albert
60 Bill Karaitiana Canterbury Westland Te Tai Tonga
61 Geoff Horton Central North Island New Plymouth
62 Rodney Williams Central North Island
63 Alan Delamere Central North Island
64 Peter O’Brien Northern
65 Rod O’Beirne Canterbury/Westland

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