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New Zealand First Candidates List – 2005 Election

23 August 2005

New Zealand First Candidates List – 2005 Election

New Zealand First has released its candidates list for the 2005 General Election.

The list is as follows:
1. Rt Hon Winston Peters – Tauranga
2. Peter Brown – Bay of Plenty
3. Hon Brian Donnelly – Whangarei
4. Ron Mark – Waimakariri
5. Doug Woolerton – Hamilton East
6. Barbara Stewart – Piako
7. Pita Paraone – Pakuranga
8. Susan Baragwanath – Auckland Central
9. Jim Peters – Northland
10. Dail Jones – Helensville
11. Craig McNair – Rodney
12. Edwin Perry – Wairarapa
13. Bill Gudgeon – Hamilton West
14. Brent Catchpole – Clevedon
15. Joe Williams – Maungakiekie
16. John Foote – Coromandel
17. Fletcher H Tabuteau – Rotorua
18. Alan Heward – Dunedin South
19. Kristin Campbell Smith – Taupo
20. Kerry Lundy – Aoraki
21. David Fowler – Rimutaka
22. Brendan Stewart – Waitakere
23. Brett Webster – Tamaki
24. Bob Daw – Port Waikato
25. Murray Strawbridge – Rangitikei
26. Moetu Davis – Te Atatu
27. Toa Greening – Mangere
28. Dave Mackie – Clutha-Southland
29. Anne Martin – East Coast Bays
30. Julian Batchelor – Mt Albert
31. Chris Perry – Otaki
32. Lindy Palmer – Manurewa
33. Brian M Roswell – Wigram
34. Joe Glen – East Coast
35. James Mist – Napier
36. Howard Levarko – Hutt South
37. Paul Trevor Manning – Northcote
38. Tim Manu – Ohariu-Belmont
39. Kevin Gardener – Christchurch Central
40. Graham Odering – Palmerston North

“This list of candidates is one that I am very proud of. All have the drive, energy and motivation that is absolutely essential to produce a winning team. They will serve New Zealand well and I look forward to welcoming them to Parliament soon after polling day,” said Mr Peters.

ENDS

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