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Labour completes selections for the 2011 General Election

Labour completes selections for the 2011 General Election

The Labour Party has now completed all electorate and list selections for the 2011 General Election. The Labour Party has now selected electorate candidates in all 70 electorates and confirmed its Party list in April 2011.

The Party has a range of both experienced and strong new performers to represent New Zealanders, according to Labour Party General Secretary, Chris Flatt.

“The Party began its selection process last year and our candidates are campaigning strongly on stopping our public assets from being sold, increasing the minimum wage, ensuring young people are earning or learning and removing GST from fresh fruit and vegetables”.

The full list of Labour Party candidates are:
• Auckland Central – Jacinda Ardern
• Bay of Plenty – Carol Devoy-Heena
• Botany – Chao-Fu Wu
• Christchurch Central – Brendon Burns
• Christchurch East – Lianne Dalziel
• Clutha-Southland – Tat Loo
• Coromandel – Hugh Kininmonth
• Dunedin North – David Clark
• Dunedin South – Clare Curran
• East Coast – Moana Mackey
• East Coast Bays – Vivienne Goldsmith
• Epsom – David Parker
• Hamilton East – Sehai Orgad
• Hamilton West – Sue Moroney
• Hauraki-Waikato – Nanaia Mahuta
• Helensville – Jeremy Greenbrook-Held
• Hunua – Richard Hills
• Hutt South – Trevor Mallard
• Ikaroa-Rawhiti – Parekura Horomia
• Ilam – John Parsons
• Invercargill – Lesley Soper
• Kaikoura – Liz Collyns
• Mana – Kris Faafoi
• Mangere – Su’a William Sio
• Maungakiekie – Carol Beaumont
• Manukau East – Ross Robertson
• Manurewa – Louisa Wall
• Mt Albert – David Shearer
• Mt Roskill – Phil Goff
• Napier – Stuart Nash
• Nelson – Maryan Street
• New Lynn – David Cunliffe
• New Plymouth – Andrew Little
• Northcote – Paula Gillon
• Northland – Lynette Stewart
• North Shore – Ben Clark
• Ohariu – Charles Chauvel
• Otaki – Peter Foster
• Pakuranga – Sunny Kaushal
• Palmerston North – Iain Lees-Galloway
• Papakura – Jerome Mika
• Port Hills – Ruth Dyson
• Rangitata – Julian Blanchard
• Rangitikei – Josie Pagani
• Rimutaka – Chris Hipkins
• Rodney – Christine Rose
• Rongotai – Annette King
• Rotorua – Steve Chadwick
• Selwyn – Joanne McLean
• Tamaki – Nick Bakulich
• Tamaki Makaurau – Shane Jones
• Taranaki-King Country – Rick Barker
• Taupo – Frances Campbell
• Tauranga – Deborah Mahuta-Coyle
• Te Atatu – Phil Twyford
• Te Tai Hauauru – Soraya Peke-Mason
• Te Tai Tokerau – Kelvin Davies
• Te Tai Tonga – Rino Tirikatene
• Tukituki – Julia Haydon-Carr
• Waiariki – Louis Te Kani
• Waikato – Kate Sutton
• Waimakariri – Clayton Cosgrove
• Wairarapa – Michael Bott
• Waitakere – Carmel Sepuloni
• Waitaki – Barry Monks
• Wellington Central – Grant Robertson
• West Coast-Tasman – Damien O’Conner
• Whanganui – Hamish McDouall
• Whangarei – Pat Newman
• Wigram – Megan Woods

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