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DSC releases party list

21 October 2011

DSC releases party list

President David Wilson today released the Democrats for Social Credit's list of candidates for the 2011 Election.

"I'm proud to announce the DSC's list of candidates: our line-up features a dynamic combination of youth and experience. It reflects the indicative vote of our members and represents a strong, credible alternative for voters" said Mr Wilson.

"The list is weighted heavily in favour of southern candidates, reflecting the DSC's campaign focus for this election."

Mr. Wilson said that DSC candidates would work to promote the DSC's modern programme of new economics.

"New Zealand needs a 21st Century financial system. None of the parties in Parliament can deliver that: they don't even want to address the real cause of the global debt crisis.

"There has never been a better time for DSC candidates to promote our solutions on the hustings" concluded Mr Wilson.

Election 2011: DSC Party List

1. Stephnie de Ruyter: Invercargill
Invercargill

2. John Pemberton: Waikato
Matamata

3. Warren Voight: Dunedin South
Dunedin

4. Katherine Ransom: Tauranga
Matamata

5. Carolyn McKenzie: Hamilton East
Hamilton

6. Hessel van Wieren: Waitaki
Cromwell

7. Heather M. Smith: Whanganui
Wanganui

8. Jeremy Noble: Dunedin North
Dunedin

9. Barry Pulford: Tukituki
Flaxmere

10. John McCaskey: Kaikoura
Amberley

11. Huia Mitchell: Hunua
Papakura

12. Ken Goodhue: Whangarei
Whangarei

13. Les Port: Hamilton West
Hamilton

14. Robert Mills: Clutha-Southland
Oamaru

15. Harry Alchin-Smith: List only
Gisborne

16. Errol Baird: List only
Wainuiomata

17. Peter Adcock-White: List only
Waipara

18. John Ring: List only
Christchurch

19. Kelly Balsom: List only
Matamata

20. David Espin: List only
Karapiro Village

21. Ross Hayward: List only
Amberley

22. Gary Gribben: List only
Christchurch

23. Ron England: List only
Wellington

24. David Tranter: List only
Queensland

ENDS

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