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Full List of Parties and Candidates for 2011 Election

2 November 2011

Electoral Commission
Te Kaitiaki Take Kōwhiri

Electoral Commission Releases Full List of Parties and Candidates for 2011 Election

The Electoral Commission has released the nominations for the 2011 General Election, with 13 registered political parties and 544 candidates contesting the election.

Registered Parties Seeking the Party Vote

The registered parties seeking the party vote are:

1. ACT New Zealand
2 Alliance
3. Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party
4. Conservative Party
5. Democrats for Social Credit
6. Green Party
7 Labour Party
8. Libertarianz
9. Mana
10. Māori Party
11. National Party
12. New Zealand First Party
13. United Future

There were 19 registered political parties and 682 candidates contesting the election in 2008.

Candidates

A total of 544 candidates (electorate and list) are standing in this year’s election. This compares with 682 candidates in the 2008 election.

91 candidates are on the party list only and 73 are standing as electorate candidates only. 30 electorate candidates are standing as independents or representing unregistered parties (only registered parties are eligible to contest the party vote).

The number of candidates standing both as an electorate candidate and on a party list is 380.

The electorate with the most candidates is Wellington Central with 12 and the electorate with the lowest number of candidates is Waiariki with 3.

397 men and 147 women are standing in the 2011 General Election. In 2008 there were 488 men and 194 women standing.

The elections website www.elections.org.nz has a full list of electorate candidates and the party lists.


Party
Number of CandidatesList CandidatesElectorate Candidates
ACT New Zealand 565550
Alliance 14145
Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party 282817
Conservative Party 523052
Democrats for Social Credit 242414
Green Party 616159
Labour Party 8170*70
Libertarianz 27279
Mana 232021
Māori Party 201711
National Party 7575*63
New Zealand First Party 333332
United Future 201720
Unregistered party and independent candidates3030
Total544471453

* maximum number on the published list is 65

ENDS

[Party lists follow, from http://www.elections.org.nz/elections/party-lists.html]
Party lists for the 2011 General Election

Any list seats to which a party is entitled are filled from its list of candidates in the order they appear here, after deleting any candidates who have won electorate seats. Candidates who stand for an electorate seat only will not appear here.

ACT New Zealand
1 BRASH, Don
2 ISAAC, Catherine
3 NICOLSON, Don
4 BANKS, John
5 SEYMOUR, David
6 SIMMONS, Chris
7 WHITTINGTON, Stephen
8 McCABE, Kath
9 STENT, Robyn K
10 THOMPSON, John
11 ORMOND, John
12 MURPHY, Lyn
13 MORATTI, Kevin
14 GRIEVE, Robin
15 NAND, Pratima
16 COSTELLO, Dominic
17 SEVERIN, Toni
18 EVANS, Richard
19 CUMMINGS, Ian
20 VEALE, Gareth
21 HUTTON, Toby
22 STRATTON, Daniel
23 BURNSIDE, Robert
24 FITZGERALD, Hayden
25 SPEIRS, Alex
26 McCAFFREY, Peter
27 ATKINSON, Shane
28 BIRCHFIELD, Allan
29 BOOM, Robin
30 BOYLE, Stephen
31 BRILL, Barry
32 CARLINE, Ian
33 CORBETT, Tom
34 COSTELLO, Casey
35 COURTENAY, Alwyn
36 DAVIDSON, Alan Daniel
37 HANNAH, Kimberly
38 HOULBROOKE, Beth
39 HUFFLETT, Paul Charles
40 JOLLANDS, Rosanne
41 KEARNEY, Nick
42 KRONFELD, Tim
43 LATIMER, Joel
44 MACFARLANE, Jonathan
45 MALLETT, Garry
46 McCALLUM, Guy
47 NICHOLLS, Colin
48 NORVILL, John
49 PETERSON, David
50 READ, James J
51 RUSSELL, Geoff
52 SHARROCK, Andrew
53 STEINIJANS, Barbara
54 WARREN, Michael
55 ASHWORTH, Vince

Alliance
1 MURRAY, Kay
2 McKENZIE, Andrew John
3 CAMPBELL, Kevin
4 FLYNN, Jim
5 PIESSE, Paul
6 BILLOT, Victor
7 O'NEILL, Mary
8 BUCHANAN, Kelly
9 van RUYSSEVELT, Robert
10 OLSEN, Jen
11 DOWIE, Tom
12 O'NEILL, Thomas
13 BILLOT, Eunice
14 MacRITCHIE, Norman

Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party
1 APPLEBY, Michael
2 BRITNELL, Michael
3 HERBERT, Maki
4 CRAWFORD, Julian Lloyd
5 LYE, Jeff
6 HEWLETT, Jasmin
7 KINGI, Emma-Jane Mihaere
8 WILKINSON, Steven
9 GOODE, Richard
10 MACDONALD, Fred
11 BIGGS, Leo
12 FITTON, Jay
13 MANNING, Romana (Marnz)
14 McTAGUE, Geoffrey
15 DOMBROSKI, Jamie
16 MITCHELL, Christine
17 SHERWOOD, Dwayne
18 GRAY, Abe
19 DAVIDSON, Sean
20 McDERMOTT, Adrian
21 POPHRISTOFF, Philip
22 YATES, Neville
23 BRADFORD, Mark
24 ANDERSON, Blair
25 O'CONNELL, Kevin Patrick
26 LAMBERT, Paula
27 BRITNELL, Irinka
28 McMULLAN, Paul

Conservative Party
1 CRAIG, Colin
2 SHELDRAKE, Kathy
3 BALDOCK, Larry
4 GAGAMOE, Fa'avae
5 DOBBS, Brian
6 BROWN, Roy
7 DYER, Simonne
8 KAN, Simon
9 SIMPSON, Litia
10 CAMPBELL, Kevin
11 YOUNG, Paul
12 BAKER, Leighton
13 KEY, Feleti
14 HOLLEY, Claire
15 NAEA, Frank John
16 POCHING, Frank
17 MISA, Jesse
18 DAW, Bob
19 GEDGE, Lance
20 JACKSON, Robyn
21 GREGORY, Pat
22 de VRIES, Tim
23 TAYLOR, Melanie
24 LIU, Cynthia
25 JENSEN, Craig H
26 VITALI, Oliver
27 MOUNTAIN, Danny
28 BAILEY, Ivan
29 REID, Brent
30 COOKE, Michael

Democrats for Social Credit
1 de RUYTER, Stephnie
2 PEMBERTON, John
3 VOIGHT, Warren
4 RANSOM, Katherine
5 McKENZIE, Carolyn
6 van WIEREN, Hessel
7 SMITH, Heather Marion
8 NOBLE, Jeremy
9 PULFORD, Barry
10 McCASKEY, John
11 MITCHELL, Huia
12 GOODHUE, Edgar Kenneth
13 PORT, Les
14 MILLS, Robert
15 ALCHIN-SMITH, Harry
16 BAIRD, Errol James
17 ADCOCK-WHITE, Peter
18 RING, John
19 BALSOM, Kelly
20 ESPIN, David
21 HAYWARD, Ross
22 GRIBBEN, Gary James
23 ENGLAND, Ron
24 TRANTER, David Frederick

Green Party
1 TUREI, Metiria
2 NORMAN, Russel
3 HAGUE, Kevin
4 DELAHUNTY, Catherine
5 GRAHAM, Kennedy
6 SAGE, Eugenie Meryl
7 HUGHES, Gareth
8 CLENDON, David
9 LOGIE, Jan
10 BROWNING, Steffan
11 ROCHE, Denise
12 WALKER, Holly
13 GENTER, Julie Anne
14 MATHERS, Mojo
15 SHAW, James
16 HAY, David
17 LECKINGER, Richard
18 BARLOW, Aaryn
19 ELLEY, Jeanette
20 ROTMANN, Sea
21 GILCHRIST, Michael
22 LANGSBURY, Dora Roimata
23 KENNEDY, David
24 WOODLEY, Tane
25 BURSTON, Joseph
26 CURTIS, Mikaere
27 GALLAGHER, Shane
28 TOMS, Saffron
29 TOLLESTRUP, Steve
30 DORNER, Zachary
31 BAILEY, Paul Edward
32 BAZELEY, Rick
33 BRANNIGAN, Maree
34 CONROY, Caroline
35 COUTTS, Sue
36 EVANS, Pauline
37 GOLDSMITH, Rachael
38 HARPER, Cameron
39 KELCHER, John
40 KRUIZE, Alex
41 LAND, Tom
42 LIGTENBERG, Gerrie
43 MACDONALD, Jim
44 MARRYATT, Nick
45 McCARTHY, Zane
46 McDONALD, Jack Tautokai
47 McLEAN, Ian
48 MILNES, John
49 MONTEITH, Darryl
50 MOORE, Robert
51 MOORE, Teresa
52 MOORHOUSE, David
53 ROSS, Todd
54 STANSFIELD, Brett
55 STEEDMAN, Geoff
56 STEWART, Gary
57 TAVA, Vernon
58 TUCKER, Corrina
59 WATSON, Pieter
60 WATTS, Charmaine A
61 WESLEY, Richard

Labour Party
1 GOFF, Phil
2 KING, Annette
3 CUNLIFFE, David
4 PARKER, David
5 DYSON, Ruth
6 HOROMIA, Parekura
7 STREET, Maryan
8 COSGROVE, Clayton
9 MALLARD, Trevor
10 MORONEY, Sue
11 CHAUVEL, Charles
12 MAHUTA, Nanaia
13 ARDERN, Jacinda
14 ROBERTSON, Grant
15 LITTLE, Andrew
16 JONES, Shane
17 SIO, Sua William
18 FENTON, Darien
19 MACKEY, Moana
20 PRASAD, Rajen
21 HUO, Raymond
22 BEAUMONT, Carol
23 DAVIS, Kelvin
24 SEPULONI, Carmel
25 BARKER, Rick
26 MAHUTA-COYLE, Deborah
27 NASH, Stuart
28 CURRAN, Clare
29 BURNS, Brendon
30 HIPKINS, Chris
31 SHEARER, David
32 WOOD, Michael
33 TWYFORD, Phil
34 CHADWICK, Steve (Stephanie)
35 SUTTON, Kate
36 MIKA, Jerome
37 LEES-GALLOWAY, Iain
38 PAGANI, Josie
39 STEWART, Lynette
40 CARTER, Jordan
41 FAAFOI, Kris
42 ROSE, Christine
43 ALEXANDER, Glenda
44 ZHU, Susan
45 TIRIKATENE, Rino
46 ORGAD, Sehai
47 WOODS, Megan
48 KEIL, Tuifa'asisina Mea'ole
49 CLARK, David
50 HILLS, Richard
51 SUISUIKI, Anahila Lose
52 McDOUALL, Hamish
53 TE KANI, Louis
54 LOO, Tat
55 PEKE-MASON, Soraya Waiata
56 BLANCHARD, Julian
57 FOSTER, Peter
58 NEWMAN, Pat
59 HAYDON-CARR, Julia
60 BOTT, Michael
61 GOLDSMITH, Vivienne
62 BAKULICH, Nick Iusitini
63 YOO, Chris
64 MONKS, Barry
65 KININMONTH, Hugh

Libertarianz
1 McGRATH, Richard
2 FITZPATRICK, Sean
3 CRESSWELL, Peter
4 CUTTING, Reagan
5 OSBORNE, Peter
6 MURPHY, Michael
7 PLEASANCE, Shane
8 PALMER, Robert
9 DARNTON, Bernard
10 HUGHES, Helen
11 CROSS, Colin
12 HADEN, Nik
13 HOWISON, Luke
14 HOWISON, Phil
15 COUPER, Andrew
16 WEBBER, Mike
17 WHITEHEAD, Bruce
18 ROWBERRY, Donald
19 RIDDLE, Ken
20 LINTON, Peter
21 MUNRO, Allan
22 HAYES, Ian
23 RIDDLE, Shirley
24 McPETRIE, Callum
25 ZAMORA, Elah
26 McPETRIE, Euan
27 LEES, Mitch

Mana
1 HARAWIRA, Hone Pani Tamati Waka Nene
2 SYKES, Annette Te Imaima
3 MINTO, John
4 BRADFORD, Sue
5 HARRISON, Misty Hinemoa
6 PAPALI'I, Lauaki James
7 McCLUTCHIE, Tawhai
8 GREENSILL, Angeline
9 GARDINER, Jayson
10 COOPER, Richard Shortland
11 CLEAVE, Peter
12 IRWIN, Val
13 STEVENS, Sharon
14 REEDY, Keriana
15 O'DEA, Pat
16 PAUL, Rod
17 ROGERS, Grant
18 HUIRAMA-PATUWAI, Te Nguha
19 TUMAI, Barry
20 HEREWINI, Ngawai

Māori Party
1 SHORTLAND, Waihoroi
2 SMITH, Kaapua
3 WALSH-TAPIATA, Wheturangi
4 POROU, Tina
5 BLACK, Awanui
6 MURRAY, Davina
7 TURIA, Tariana
8 SHARPLES, Pita
9 FLAVELL, Te Ururoa James
10 PEITA, Josephine
11 TE HURIHANGANUI, Paora
12 FLAVELL, Fallyn
13 CHRISTIE, Daryl
14 PHILLIPS, Thomas Tuatu Toihau
15 MORRISON, Timothy
16 NICHOLSON, Tamai
17 RICKUS, Aroha

National Party
1 KEY, John
2 ENGLISH, Bill
3 SMITH, Lockwood
4 BROWNLEE, Gerry
5 RYALL, Tony
6 SMITH, Nick
7 COLLINS, Judith
8 TOLLEY, Anne
9 FINLAYSON, Christopher
10 CARTER, David
11 McCULLY, Murray
12 GROSER, Tim
13 JOYCE, Steven
14 BENNETT, Paula
15 HEATLEY, Phil
16 COLEMAN, Jonathan
17 WILKINSON, Kate
18 PARATA, Hekia
19 WILLIAMSON, Maurice
20 GUY, Nathan
21 FOSS, Craig
22 TREMAIN, Chris
23 GOODHEW, Jo
24 TISCH, Lindsay
25 ROY, Eric
26 HUTCHISON, Paul
27 ARDERN, Shane
28 ADAMS, Amy
29 LOTU-IIGA, Peseta Sam
30 BRIDGES, Simon
31 WOODHOUSE, Michael
32 BORROWS, Chester
33 KAYE, Nikki
34 LEE, Melissa
35 BAKSHI, Kanwaljit Singh
36 YANG, Jian
37 NGARO, Alfred
38 SHANKS, Katrina
39 GOLDSMITH, Paul
40 HENARE, Tau
41 DEAN, Jacqui
42 WAGNER, Nicky
43 AUCHINVOLE, Chris
44 UPSTON, Louise
45 YOUNG, Jonathan
46 BLUE, Jackie
47 McCLAY, Todd
48 BENNETT, David
49 MACINDOE, Tim
50 CALDER, Cam
51 HAYES, John
52 KING, Colin
53 GILMORE, Aaron
54 ROSS, Jami-Lee
55 QUINN, Paul
56 FOSTER-BELL, Paul
57 BARRY, Maggie
58 McKELVIE, Ian
59 MITCHELL, Mark
60 SABIN, Mike
61 SIMPSON, Scott
62 O'CONNOR, Simon
63 HAUITI, Claudette
64 HAYES, Joanne
65 HAPETA, Leonie

New Zealand First Party
1 PETERS, Winston
2 MARTIN, Tracey
3 WILLIAMS, Andrew
4 PROSSER, Richard
5 STEWART, Barbara
6 HORAN, Brendan
7 O'ROURKE, Denis
8 TAYLOR, Asenati
9 MULFORD, Helen Jane
10 BARR, Hugh
11 TABUTEAU, Fletcher H
12 PARAONE, Pita
13 CATCHPOLE, Brent
14 CRAVEN, Ben
15 HO, Jerry
16 GUDGEON, Bill
17 GARDENER, Kevin
18 DOLMAN, Raymond
19 SCOTT, David
20 RATANA, Randall
21 BINDRA, Mahesh
22 PERRY, Edwin
23 JELLEY, Dion Clifford
24 HALL, John
25 STONE, Kevin
26 NABBS, Doug
27 PIERSON, Brent
28 ILALIO, Taliaoa Oliva
29 STEWART, Gordon
30 REID, Tamati
31 BROUGHAM, Ian
32 WOODS, Bill
33 DAVIES, Allen

United Future
1 DUNNE, Peter
2 STEVENS, Doug
3 EADDY, Rob
4 EUSOFF, Sultan
5 SIMMONS, Alan
6 MOCKRIDGE, Bryan
7 ROBERTS, Vanessa
8 GEORGE, Pete
9 PARKASH, Ram
10 GIBSON, Martin
11 GRAF, Clyde
12 LIGHT, Damian
13 McMILLAN, Andrew
14 BROWN, Diane
15 CARTER, Brian H
16 MILLER, Johnny
17 GASKIN, Ian Camden


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