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Revised Labour Party List for the 2017 Election

Revised Labour Party List for the 2017 Election

The Labour Party has revised its Party List for the 2017 General Election, following the recent election of Jacinda Ardern and Kelvin Davis as Leader and Deputy Leader.

The changes to the Party List are:

Jacinda Ardern moves to no. 1

Kelvin Davis comes onto the list at no. 2, in line with the Party’s Constitution

Andrew Little moves to no. 3

Everyone below Andrew Little moves down one position.


Final Labour Party 2017 Party List

1 Jacinda Ardern
2 Kelvin Davis
3 Andrew Little
4 Grant Robertson
5 Phil Twyford
6 Megan Woods
7 Chris Hipkins
8 Carmel Sepuloni
9 David Clark
10 David Parker
11 Stuart Nash
12 Priyanca Radhakrishnan
13 Raymond Huo
14 Iain Lees-Galloway
15 Jan Tinetti
16 Aupito William Sio
17 Willow-Jean Prime
18 Damien O'Connor
19 Jenny Salesa
20 Kris Faafoi
21 Kiri Allan
22 Willie Jackson
23 Clare Curran
24 Ruth Dyson
25 Poto Williams
26 Louisa Wall
27 Michael Wood
28 Ginny Andersen
29 Jo Luxton
30 Deborah Russell
31 Liz Craig
32 Marja Lubeck
33 Trevor Mallard
34 Paul Eagle
35 Tamati Coffey
36 Jamie Strange
37 Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki
38 Kieran McAnulty
39 Angie Warren-Clark
40 Helen White
41 Greg O'Connor
42 Steph Lewis
43 Duncan Webb
44 Lemauga Lydia Sosene
45 Janette Walker
46 Anna Lorck
47 Romy Udanga
48 Rachel Boyack
49 Sarb Johal
50 Naisi Chen
51 Shanan Halbert
52 Dan Rosewarne
53 Jin An
54 Jesse Pabla
55 Hilary Humphrey
56 Tony Savage
57 Brooke Loader
58 Ben Sandford
59 Kurt Taogaga
60 Heather Warren
61 Sam McDonald
62 Cherie Chapman
63 Ala' Al-Bustanji
64 Baljit Kaur
65 Linsey Higgins
66 Barry Kirker
67 Tofik Mamedov
68 Michelle Lomax
69 Nathaniel Blomfield
70 Gaurav Sharma
71 Anthony Rimell
72 Tony Condon
73 Sarah Packer
74 Andy Begg
75 Corie Haddock


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