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NZ First Party List Announced

R. DOUG WOOLERTON MP

PRESIDENT
PARLIAMENT HOUSE
WELLINGTON

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Facsimile - (04) 499-0569
3 November, 1999

PRESS STATEMENT


NEW ZEALAND FIRST RELEASES PARTY LIST FOR 1999 ELECTION

New Zealand First President, Doug Woolerton MP, today released New Zealand First's Party List (attached).

"New Zealand First's two constituency MPs, Rt Hon Winston Peters and Tu Wyllie, asked not to be on the List but the Executive Council asked Mr Peters not to waive his rights under the Party Constitution to head the Party List," said Mr Woolerton.

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The list is as follows:
1. Rt Hon Winston Peters
2. Peter Brown
3. Hon Brian Donnelly
4. Ron Mark
5. Doug Woolerton
6. Ian Walker
7. Suzanne Bruce
8. Dr Andrew Gin
9. Josie Anderson
10. Gilbert Myles
11. Jonathon Mosen
12. Kahukore Baker
13. Chris Comeskey
14. Allan Wise
15. Rob Harris
16. David Fowler
17. Chris Rivers
18. Pat O'Dea
19. Pita Paraone
20. Hon. Robyn MacDonald
21. Bill Woods
22. Jenny Bloxham
23. Graham Adams
24. Dave Mackie
25. Wiremu Gudgeon
26. Anaru George
27. Robert Dixon
28. Gordon Stewart
29. Anne Martin
30. Brent Catchpole
31. Charles Crofts
32. Lorraine Anderson
33. John Ballantyne
34. Jerry Hohepa
35. Joy Brett
36. Dilip Rupa
37. Edwin Perry
38. Raymond Hina
39. Dawn Mullins
40. Mae Neuman


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