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Candidates for 2013 Gisborne District Council Elections

Candidates for 2013 Gisborne District Council Elections

Nominations for the 2013 Gisborne District Council election have closed.

Election day, for both Council and the Tairawhiti District Health Board, is on Saturday 12 October, 2013.

The election will be via postal voting. Voting documents will be sent by NZ Post to registered voters between 20 September and 25 September 2013.


Candidate profiles will be available on Council’s website in the next week once they have all been checked and approved.

The full list of people standing for Gisborne District Council is:

Mayor (elected by all district voters)
• Meng Foon
• Gary John Hope
• Te Nguha Huirama-Patuwai

Gisborne Ward (nine councillors)
• Meredith Akuhata-Brown
• Craig Bauld
• Clive Bibby
• Manu Caddie
• Andy Cranston
• Alan Davidson
• Hemara Donnelly
• Amber Susan Dunn
• Larry Foster
• Allan John Hall
• Trevor Helson
• Peter Roy Jones
• Tina Karaitiana
• Selwyn Tanetoa Parata
• Clare Radomske
• Rehette Stoltz
• Katie Tamanui-Thomas
• Brian Wilson
• Tutekawa Wyllie


Matakaoa- Waiapu Ward (one councillor)
• Bill Burdett
• Pierre Henare
• Te Nguha Huirama-Patuwai
• Kerry Kururangi

Taruheru-Patutahi Ward (one councillor)
• Roger Haisman
• Steve Scragg

Tawhiti-Uawa Ward (one councillor)
• Pat Seymour (elected unopposed)

Waipaoa Ward (one councillor)
• Pamela Murphy
• Katerina Te Kani
• Graeme Thomson

ENDS

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