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Select Committee Membership

Select Committee Membership

MPs on select committees as determined by the Business Committee follow:

Commerce Committee

• Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi, National
• Hon Clayton Cosgrove, Labour
• Hon David Cunliffe, Labour
• Clare Curran, Labour
• Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga, National
• Mojo Mathers, Green
• Todd McClay, National
• Mark Mitchell, National
• Jonathan Young, National

Education and Science Committee

• Catherine Delahunty, Green
• Chris Hipkins, Labour
• Nikki Kaye, National
• Colin King, National
• Hon Nanaia Mahuta, Labour
• Tracey Martin, New Zealand First
• Sue Moroney , Labour
• Simon O'Connor, National
• Scott Simpson, National
• Hon Chris Tremain, National

Finance and Expenditure

• Maggie Barry, National
• David Bennett, National
• Simon Bridges, National
• David Clark, Labour
• Hon Clayton Cosgrove, Labour
• Paul Goldsmith, National
• John Hayes, National
• Todd McClay, National
• Dr Russel Norman, Green
• Hon David Parker, Labour
• Rt Hon Winston Peters, New Zealand First

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade

• Hon Phil Goff, Labour
• Dr Kennedy Graham, Green
• John Hayes, National
• Hon Tau Henare, National
• Nikki Kaye, National
• Su’a William Sio, Labour
• Lindsay Tisch, National

Government Administration

• Chris Auchinvole, National
• Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi, National
• Hon Ruth Dyson, Labour
• Hon Trevor Mallard, Labour
• Eric Roy, National
• Holly Walker, Green

Health

• Shane Ardern, National
• Dr Jackie Blue, National
• Dr Cam Calder, National
• Kevin Hague, Green
• Raymond Huo, Labour
• Dr Paul Hutchison, National
• Iain Lees-Galloway, Labour
• Barbara Stewart, New Zealand First
• Hon Maryan Street, Labour
• Dr Jian Yang, National

Justice and Electoral

• Dr Jackie Blue, National
• Simon Bridges, National
• Dr Cam Calder, National
• Charles Chauvel, Labour
• Hon Lianne Dalziel, Labour
• Julie Anne Genter, Green
• Tim Macindoe, National
• Alfred Ngaro, National
• Denis O'Rourke, New Zealand First

Law and Order

• David Clendon, Green
• Jacqui Dean, National
• Kris Faafoi, Labour
• Hon Phil Goff, Labour
• Asenati Lole-Taylor, New Zealand First
• Jonathan Young, National
• Ian McKelvie, National
• Mark Mitchell, National
• Lindsay Tisch, National

Local Government and Environment

• Maggie Barry, National
• Hon Chester Borrows, National
• Jacqui Dean, National
• Paul Goldsmith, National
• Eugenie Sage, Green
• Gareth Hughes, Green
• Dr Paul Hutchison, National
• Hon Annette King, Labour
• Moana Mackey, Labour
• Nicky Wagner, National
• Andrew Williams, New Zealand First
• Dr Megan Woods, Labour

Māori Affairs

• Te Ururoa Flavell, Māori
• Hone Harawira, Mana
• Hon Tau Henare, National
• Brendan Horan, New Zealand First
• Hon Parekura Horomia, Labour
• Jami-Lee Ross, National
• Katrina Shanks, National
• Rino Tirikatene, Labour
• Metiria Turei, Green
• Louise Upston, National
• Nicky Wagner, National
• Louisa Wall, Labour

Primary Production

• Shane Ardern, National
• Steffan Browning, Green
• Hon Shane Jones, Labour
• Colin King, National
• Ian McKelvie, National
• Hon Damien O’Connor, Labour
• Eric Roy, National

Regulations Review

• Charles Chauvel, Labour
• Ian McKelvie, National
• Mike Sabin, National
• Katrina Shanks, National
• Louisa Wall, Labour

Social Services

• Jacinda Ardern, Labour
• Hon Jo Goodhew, National
• Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga, National
• Melissa Lee, National
• Jan Logie, Green
• Tim Macindoe, National
• Alfred Ngaro, National
• Dr Rajen Prasad, Labour
• Richard Prosser, New Zealand First
• Mike Sabin, National
• Su’a William Sio, Labour

Transport and Industrial Relations

• Chris Auchinvole, National
• David Bennett, National
• Darien Fenton, Labour
• Andrew Little, Labour
• Simon O'Connor, National
• Denise Roche, Green
• Jami-Lee Ross, National
• Scott Simpson, National
• Phil Twyford, Labour

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