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Mauri Pacific's party list

19th October 1999

For immediate release


Leader Tau Henare today released Mauri Pacific's list for the election saying it was fresh, exciting and talented.

"This is a clear statement about the party and who it is," he said. "Talented, enthusiastic and ready to do the job.

"Mauri Pacific has an exciting team to fight this election and they're people that have their roots in the community and will advocate hard for their constituents and we'll be driving that message hard during the campaign.

"Team Mauri Pacific are not lawyers but everyday people you see on the street and that's what the public wants common folk to represent common people," said Mr Henare.

The list is as follows with the electorates the candidates are standing in in brackets.

1. Tau Henare (Te Tai Tokerau)

2. Tukoroirangi Morgan (Te Tai Hauauru)

3. Peta Si'ulepa (Titirangi)

4. Rana Waitai (Ikaroa-Rawhiti)

5. Rev Ann Batten (Manurewa)

6. Te Orohi Paul (Waiariki)

7. Atawhai Tibble (Te Tai Tonga)

8. Amokura Panoho (Hauraki)

9. Rovina Maniapoto-Anderson (Karapiro)

10. Eric Chuah (Tamaki)

11. Daniel Turia (Manukau East)

12. Verna Tuteao (Port Waikato)

13. Nick Pataka (Te Atatu)

14. Rajesh Masters (Taranaki-King Country)

15. Martin Kaipo (Whangarei)

16. Helen Akhtari (Hamilton East)

17. Trieste Te Aweawe (Palmerston North)

18. Sharon Falloon (New Plymouth)

19. Rayna Waitai (Wanganui)

20. Fred Iakopo (Hamilton West)

21. Emily Karaka (Auckland Central)

22. Laura Mason (Rimutaka)

23. Richard Waitai (Hutt South)

24. Kelly Waitai (Rangitikei)

This is the list of candidates standing for Mauri Pacific to date.


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