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ALCP Candidate List Released

ALCP Candidate List Released

The Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party is pleased to announce its candidate list for the 2011 general election.

ALCP's opening address will play on TV1 between 7.30 and 8pm tonight.


1 Michael Appleby (Wellington Central)
2 Michael Britnell (ChCh East)
3 Maki Herbert (Te Tai Tokerau)
4 Julian Crawford (Dunedin North)
5 Jeff Lye (Waitakere)
6 Jasmin Hewlett (Mt Roskill)
7 Emma-Jane Mihaere-Kingi (Te Tai Tonga)
8 Steven Wilkinson (Tasman)
9 Richard Goode (Mana)
10 Fred Macdonald (Otaki)
11 Leo Biggs (North Shore)
12 Jay Fitton (Coromandel)
13 Romana Manning (Tuki Tuki)
14 Geoff McTague (Wigram)
15 Jamie Dombroski (Taranaki)
16 Christine Mitchell (List Only)
17 Dwayne Sherwood (List Only)
18 Abe Gray (List Only)
19 Sean Norris (New Lynn)
20 Adrian McDermott ( Helensville )
21 Phil Pophristoff (List Only)
22 Neville Yates (List Only)
23 Mark Bradford (List Only)
24 Blair Anderson (List Only)
25 Kevin O'Connell (List Only)
26 Paula Lambert (List Only)
27 Irinka Britnell (List Only)
28 Paul McMullan (List Only)

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