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Chirstchurch Mayoral Candidates

Christchurch Mayoral candidates for the 13 October local election announced by the Electoral Officer, Max Robertson, today are:


MAYOR

Michael Hansen 25 Cheviot Street CHRISTCHURCH

Annalucia Vermunt 7/367 Gloucester Street CHRISTCHURCH

Sugra Morley 18 Rosewarne Street CHRISTCHURCH

Garry Moore 103 Warrington Street CHRISTCHURCH

Aaron Keown 3 Grimseys Road CHRISTCHURCH

Robin Max McCarthy 42D Hamilton Avenue CHRISTCHURCH

Bill Greenwood 16 Shearer Avenue CHRISTCHURCH

Paul Buckley Telfer 39 Liverton Crescent CHRISTCHURCH

Robin Graham Booth 14 Coles Place CHRISTCHURCH

Shane Turner 17 Horseshoe Lake Road CHRISTCHURCH

George Daniel Balani 38/12 Latimer Square CHRISTCHURCH

Andrew Marcus Brown 40 Oceanview Terrace CHRISTCHURCH

Gordon Freeman 340 Main North Road CHRISTCHURCH

Penny Hargreaves 1 Cranmer Court CHRISTCHURCH

Lists of other candidates are still being compiled.


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