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UnitedFuture's list candidates

Media statement
For immediate release
Wednesday, 15 October 2008

UnitedFuture's list candidates

UnitedFuture's list candidates for the 2008 General Election are:
1. Hon Peter Dunne MP, Leader
2. Judy Turner MP, Deputy Leader
3. Denise Krum
4. Graeme Reeves
5. Pulotu Selio Solomon
6. Murray Smith
7. Neville Wilson
8. Frank Owen
9. Janet Tuck
10. Karuna Muthu
11. Robin Loomes
12. Greg Graydon
13. Damian Light
14. Vanessa Roberts
15. Aaron Galey-Young
16. Ian McInnes
17. Kelleigh Sheffield-Cranstoun
18. Brian Ward
19. Vaughan Smith
20. Jim Stowers
21. Bryan Mockridge
22. Arthur Solomon
23. Jenni Hurn
24. Manogi Turua Head
25. Diane Brown
26. Quentin Todd
27. Rochelle White
28. John Langford
29. Phil Johnson
30. Ken Smith


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