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NZ First Announces Party List

Media Release

15 October 2008

NZ First Announces Party List

New Zealand First has announced its party list for the 2008 General Election.

Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters says the party restricted the number to those with a realistic chance of election, bearing in mind that three years ago, the party had 13 MPs in Parliament.


1 Winston Peters – Tauranga

2 Peter Brown – Bay of Plenty

3 Ron Mark – Rimutaka

4 Doug Woolerton – Hamilton East

5 Barbara Stewart – Waikato

6 Pita Paraone – Pakuranga

7 Asenati Lole – Taylor – Maungakiekie

8 Edwin Perry – Wairarapa

9 Steve Campbell – Wigram

10 Brendan Horan – East Coast

11 Melanie Mark- Shadbolt – Waimakariri

12 David Scott – Otaki

13 Tracey Martin – Rodney

14 Dail Jones – East Coast Bays

15 Brent Catchpole – Papakura

16 Helen Mulford – Hunua

17 Craig Mc Nair – Waitakere

18 Joseph Gregory – North Shore

19 Douglas Nabbs – Tamaki

20 John Hall – Manurewa

21 Graham Odering – Palmerston North

22 Linda King – Kaikoura


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