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McGillicuddy Serious Party List Announced

Press Release
Saturday November 6 1999

The McGillicuddy Serious Party released it's party list the other day, and has seen fit to make public announcement. Party Secretary Bernard Smith has expressed great pleasure in the team the selection committee has got together. "We are delighted that as New Zealand's third oldest party, and the most consistent in policy since it's inception, we have also managed to get together New Zealand's largest party list, weighing in at a grand 73 candidates.

We are not only delighted with the size of the team, but the calibre, and are confident that we can bring this country to rights within the short space of time left to do so. We not only can boast the highest levels of gardeners and farmers of all parties, but are confident that the added numbers of pixies, wizards and witches, lay scientists, librarians and ark builders will be more than enough to save anyone who wants to stay on board when New Zealand as a country does what needs to be done, and wipes off the yolk of progress that we have been wearing on our faces for so long

Since no other party appears to have so long a range vision as us, we are certain that this election will be a doodle, with the understanding that voters really do know just how drastically bad things really are.

The McGillicuddy Serious Party believes that with policies such as reducing hospital to zero, whilst maintaining a funding policy of user prays, voters can't go wrong, and government will end up where it belongs; far removed from peoples lives. The TAB couldn't pick a better winner.



Party List as follows:

List # Name On List Occupation

1 CAIRNS, Graeme laird of hamilton

2 IRELAND, Leanne eccentric

3 RICHARDS, Steve café proprietor

4 HANSEN, Rodney sea gypsy

5 JULIAN, K.T. n/s

6 SMITH, Val contemporary dance student

7 CALDWELL, Peter king

8 SMITH, Greg gardener

9 DEMENTE, Donna n/s

10 SMITH, Paul handyman

11 WEST, Robyn trainee scientist

12 HOLROYD, Adrian street performer

13 SANDERS, Johanna video editor

14 MURGATROYD, Cecil sacred site guardian

15 BOUSFIELD, Penny student

16 KNOWLES, Grant drum maker

17 BORCHARDT, Heidi artist

18 COOKE, Paull bar tender

19 ROSS, Amy witch

20 COOGAN, Rebekah artist

21 CRAIG, Derek lubricator

22 MACKIE, Douglas party president

23 SERVIAN, Mark astronaut

24 SMITH, Bernard tea lady

25 BEERE, Paul performer

26 STANTON-TUREI, Worik mathematician

27 TUREI-STANTON, Metiria solicitor

28 CLAYTON, Phil jester

29 SEAWRIGHT, Megan therapist

30 OWENS, Timothy artwork

31 DEAKER, Antony pedestrian

32 HOWIE, Colin wizard

33 CARTHEW, Adrienne artist

34 WHARTON, Jonat scientist

35 HUDSON, Paula school girl

36 THORNTON, Helen informant

37 MacDONALD, Amy pixie

38 McGREGOR, David scholar

39 JACK, Fiona existing

40 HOLT, Michael-Garnet graphic designer

41 GRIMMETT, Philip sophisticate

42 HOOLE, Kerry analyst

43 ALSOP, Toni-Ann student

44 DJ Howard sound engineer

45 CRESER, John thane of real

46 McMILLAN, Maria librarian

47 HAKARIA, Jane actor

48 WILSON, Catherine n/s

49 NOKOMIS, Ara seasonal mother

50 TAYLOR, Dale armourer

51 CLEASE, Wendy student

52 HOLDAWAY, Jeffrey sound engineer

53 ENGEBRETSEN, Tricesta artist

54 SANDLANT, Phillip ark builder

55 HOLMES, Robyn unemployment consultant

56 EDGAR, Ross farmer

57 MORAN, Serena ball crusher

58 SMITH, Emma platty farmer

59 DAVIS, Nikki performing artist

60 FRENCH, Andrew n/s

61 SUTCLIFFE, David student

62 MOHR, Daniel flax weaver

63 GEMMEL, Michael herpetologist

64 CUMMING, Samuel couch fungus

65 HEWLETT, Karl computer nerd

66 MOORE, Cameron excavator operator

67 WOOLHOUSE, Anna designer

68 KENDALL, Trudy actress

69 BRYANT, Barry n/s

70 JORDAN, Stefan musician

71 RIVERS, Kathryn astrologer

72 BAXTER, Mark social critic

73 KINGI, Murray promoter

Contact:

Bernard Smith

Party Secretary, McGillicuddy Serious.

03 482 2452


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