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Party lists in the 2002 New Zealand general election

New Zealand political candidates
in the MMP era

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This page provides the party lists put forward in New Zealand's 2002 election. Party lists determine (in the light of proportional voting) the appointment of list MPs under the mixed-member proportional (MMP) electoral system. Only registered parties are eligible for the party vote and are required to submit party lists. Unregistered parties that are only contesting electorates do not have party lists.

Parliamentary partiesEdit

The following parties gained representation:[1]

ACT New ZealandEdit

  1. Richard Prebble
  2. Rodney Hide
  3. Muriel Newman
  4. Stephen Franks
  5. Donna Awatere Huata
  6. Deborah Coddington
  7. Ken Shirley
  8. Gerrard Eckhoff
  9. Heather Roy
  10. Kenneth Wang
  11. Paul King
  12. Owen Jennings
  13. Penny Webster
  14. Andrew Davies
  15. Dick Quax
  16. Nigel Mattison
  17. David Edward Olsen
  18. Willie James Martin
  19. Mary Hackshaw
  20. John Thompson
  21. Lech Beltowski
  22. Joanne Reeder
  23. Nicholas Cairney
  24. Bruce Williams
  25. Gerald Trass
  26. Andrew Jollands
  27. Bryce Bevin
  28. Ron Scott
  29. Diane Mulcock
  30. Shirley Marshall
  31. Juanita Angell
  32. John Peters
  33. Glen Snelgar
  34. Matt Ball
  35. Ray Bassett
  36. Carl Beentjes
  37. Michael Coote
  38. Brian George Dawson
  39. Dianne Dawson
  40. Ted Erskine-Legget
  41. Simon Antony Ewing-Jarvie
  42. Ted Howard
  43. Elizabeth Hurley
  44. Dorothy King
  45. Chris Newman
  46. Chris O'Brien
  47. Julie A Pepper
  48. Peter Phiskie
  49. John G Riddell
  50. Robin Roodt
  51. Ian Sage
  52. Greg Sneddon
  53. Graham Douglas Steenson
  54. Ian Swan
  55. Peter Talbot-King
  56. Anthony Watson
  57. John Waugh
  58. Roland Weber
  59. Trevor West
  60. Alan (Smilie) Wood

Green PartyEdit

  1. Jeanette Fitzsimons
  2. Rod Donald
  3. Sue Bradford
  4. Nándor Tánczos
  5. Sue Kedgley
  6. Ian Ewen-Street
  7. Keith Locke
  8. Metiria Turei
  9. Mike Ward
  10. Catherine Delahunty
  11. Roland Sapsford
  12. Meriel Anne Watts
  13. Jon Carapiet
  14. Richard Davies
  15. Celia Wade-Brown
  16. Cathy Olsen
  17. Russel Norman
  18. Janine Mcveagh
  19. Steffan Browning
  20. Dayle J Belcher
  21. Kei Clendon
  22. Craig Potton
  23. David Musgrave
  24. Deborah Martin
  25. Te Ruruanga Te Keeti
  26. Steve Abel
  27. Sarah Millington
  28. Calvin Green
  29. Caro Henckels
  30. Fliss Butcher
  31. Peter Berger
  32. Hana Blackmore
  33. Gareth Bodle
  34. Paul Bruce
  35. Craig Carson
  36. Terry Creighton
  37. Jan Davey
  38. Paul De Spa
  39. Pip Direen
  40. Ian G Douglas
  41. Gaye Dyson
  42. Jeanette Elley
  43. Don Fairley
  44. Nick Fisher
  45. Jo Francis
  46. Richard A Green
  47. Caroline Greig
  48. Lois Griffiths
  49. Perce Harpham
  50. David Hill
  51. Laurie Hoverd
  52. Stephen Lee
  53. Kate Lowe
  54. Paul Lowe
  55. Rachel Mackintosh
  56. Mary McCammon
  57. Margaret Mckenzie
  58. Olivia Mitchell
  59. Matt Morris
  60. Chris Norton-Brown
  61. Fraser Palmer-Hesketh
  62. Di Pennell
  63. David Rose
  64. Christiaan Briggs
  65. Jane Williams

Jim Anderton's Progressive CoalitionEdit

  1. Jim Anderton
  2. Matt Robson
  3. Grant Gillon
  4. John Wright
  5. Stephnie de Ruyter
  6. Peter Campbell
  7. Rosie Brown
  8. Meng Ly
  9. Susi Pa'o Williams
  10. Jill Henry
  11. Phil Clearwater
  12. David Angus Wilson
  13. Sue Elizabeth Wharewaka-Topia Watts
  14. L Pasene Tauialo-o-lilomaiava
  15. Nong Li
  16. John Pemberton
  17. Bruce R Parr
  18. Vivienne Shepherd
  19. Trevor Lance Barnard
  20. Russell Franklin
  21. Annette Anderson
  22. Adrian James Bayly
  23. Victor Bradley
  24. Lyndsay Brock
  25. Robert Bryan
  26. Christine Cheesman
  27. Fleur Churton
  28. David Culverhouse
  29. Jamie Daly
  30. Clare Dickson
  31. Bob Fox
  32. Russell Edwards
  33. David Espin
  34. Bill Henderson
  35. Steven Charles Ihaia
  36. Frede Jorgensen
  37. Te Pare Joseph
  38. Doreen Henderson
  39. Toni Jowsey
  40. Peter David Kane
  41. C Kerr
  42. John Kilbride
  43. Martin Lawrence
  44. Doug Mccallum
  45. Philippa Main
  46. John Neill
  47. Garry Oster
  48. Ram Parkash
  49. David Parkyn
  50. Dawn Patchett
  51. Robert Logan (Bob) Peck
  52. Jim Medland
  53. Rob Shirley
  54. Lynley Simmons
  55. Heather Marion Smith
  56. Arthur Toms
  57. Gillian Dance
  58. Hessel Van Wieren
  59. Ross Weddell
  60. Roger White
  61. Barry Pulford

Labour PartyEdit

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Helen Clark Electorate Mount Albert 1 0  Y Won Mount Albert
2 Michael Cullen List 2 0  Y Elected from list
3 Jonathan Hunt List 6 +3  Y Elected from list  N Left parliament in 2005
4 Steve Maharey Electorate Palmerston North 3 -1  Y Won Palmerston North
5 Parekura Horomia Electorate Ikaroa-Rāwhiti 25 +20  Y Won Ikaroa-Rāwhiti
6 Phil Goff Electorate Mount Roskill 7 +1  Y Won Mount Roskill
7 Annette King Electorate Rongotai 4 -3  Y Won Rongotai
8 Jim Sutton Electorate Aoraki 11 +3  Y Won Aoraki
9 Margaret Wilson List Tauranga 9 0  Y Elected from list
10 Mark Gosche Electorate Maungakiekie 20 +10  Y Won Maungakiekie
11 Dover Samuels Electorate Te Tai Tokerau 5 -6  Y Won Te Tai Tokerau
12 Trevor Mallard Electorate Hutt South 12 0  Y Won Hutt South
13 Pete Hodgson Electorate Dunedin North 13 0  Y Won Dunedin North
14 Lianne Dalziel Electorate Christchurch East 8 -6  Y Won Christchurch East
15 George Hawkins Electorate Manurewa  Y Won Manurewa
16 Mark Burton Electorate Taupo 18 +2  Y Won Taupo
17 Marian Hobbs Electorate Wellington Central 23 +6  Y Won Wellington Central
18 Paul Swain Electorate Rimutaka 26 +8  Y Won Rimutaka
19 Nanaia Mahuta Electorate Tainui 10 -9  Y Won Tainui
20 Luamanuvao Winnie Laban Electorate Mana 33 +13  Y Won Mana
21 Judith Tizard Electorate Auckland Central 19 -2  Y Won Auckland Central
22 Ruth Dyson Electorate Banks Peninsula 15 -7  Y Won Banks Peninsula
23 Georgina Beyer Electorate Wairarapa 40 +17  Y Won Wairarapa
24 Rick Barker Electorate Tukituki 31 +7  Y Won Tukituki
25 Chris Carter Electorate Te Atatu 34 +9  Y Won Te Atatu
26 Graham Kelly Electorate 17 -9  Y Elected from list  N Left parliament in 2003
27 Jill Pettis Electorate Whanganui 24 -3  Y Won Whanganui
28 Mark Peck Electorate Invercargill 27 -1  Y Won Invercargill
29 Dianne Yates List Hamilton East 22 -7  Y Won Hamilton East
30 Helen Duncan List North Shore 30 0  Y Elected from list
31 Martin Gallagher Electorate Hamilton West  Y Won Hamilton West
32 Mita Ririnui Electorate Waiariki 47 +15  Y Won Waiariki
33 Mahara Okeroa Electorate Te Tai Tonga  Y Won Te Tai Tonga
34 Steve Chadwick Electorate Rotorua 43 +9  Y Won Rotorua
35 Ann Hartley Electorate Northcote 35 0  Y Won Northcote
36 David Benson-Pope Electorate Dunedin South 54 +18  Y Won Dunedin South
37 David Cunliffe Electorate New Lynn 53 +16  Y Won New Lynn
38 Dave Hereora Clevedon  Y Elected from list
39 Lynne Pillay Electorate Waitakere 36 -3  Y Won Waitakere
40 Ashraf Choudhary  Y Elected from list
41 Moana Mackey  Y Replaced Graham Kelly in the course of the parliamentary term
42 Lesley Soper Clutha-Southland 44 +2  Y Replaced Jonathan Hunt in the course of the parliamentary term
43 Carol Beaumont
44 Max Purnell Coromandel 64 +20
45 David Shearer Whangarei 62 +17
46 Gill Boddy-Greer Ohariu-Belmont
47 David Parker Otago  Y Won Otago
48 Brendon Burns Kaikoura
49 Louisa Wall
50 David Maka
51 Darren Hughes Otaki  Y Won Otaki
52 Hamish McCracken East Coast Bays 60 +8
53 Eamon Daly
54 Lesley Harry Port Waikato
55 Brenda Lowe-Johnson 42 -13
56 Steven Ching
57 Leila Boyle Tamaki
58 John Cheesman
59 Richard Pole Ilam
60 Paul Gibson
61 Margaret Hayward Rangitikei
62 Di Nash Epsom
63 Denise Mackenzie
64 Judy Hawkins Taranaki-King Country
65 Dinesh Tailor
66 Kath Peebles
67 Mike Mora Wigram
68 Yani Johanson 65 -3
69 Nathan Saminathan
70 Ola Kamel
71 Jan Noonan
72 Maureen Waaka
73 Lyndsay Rackley
74 Wayne Hawker

National PartyEdit

The National Party had 65 candidates on their list.

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Bill English Clutha-Southland Clutha-Southland 4 +3  Y Won Clutha-Southland
2 Roger Sowry List 7 +5  Y Elected from list
3 Nick Smith Nelson Nelson 8 +5  Y Won Nelson
4 David Carter List Banks Peninsula 21 +17  Y Elected from list
5 Don Brash  Y Elected from list
6 Georgina te Heuheu List 6 0  Y Elected from list
7 Wayne Mapp North Shore North Shore 33 +26  Y Won North Shore
8 Tony Ryall Bay of Plenty Bay of Plenty 9 +1  Y Won Bay of Plenty
9 Gerry Brownlee Ilam Ilam 36 +27  Y Won Ilam
10 Pansy Wong List Auckland Central 11 +1  Y Elected from list
11 Lockwood Smith Rodney Rodney 5 -6  Y Won Rodney
12 Lynda Scott Kaikoura Kaikoura 56 +44  Y Won Kaikoura
13 Simon Power Rangitikei Rangitikei 37 +24  Y Won Rangitikei
14 Katherine Rich List Dunedin North 23 +9  Y Elected from list
15 Hekia Parata Wellington Central
16 Gavan Herlihy Otago Otago 32 +16  N Lost seat
17 Bob Simcock List Hamilton West 22 +5  N Lost seat
18 Allan Peachey
19 Sue Wood Mana
20 Guy Salmon
21 John Carter Northland Northland 16 -5  Y Won Northland
22 Alec Neill List 26 +4  N Lost seat
23 Belinda Vernon List Maungakiekie 10 -13  N Lost seat
24 Anne Tolley List Napier 20 -4  N Lost seat
25 Richard Worth Epsom Epsom 44 +19  Y Won Epsom
26 Eric Roy List Invercargill 19 -7  N Lost seat
27 Paul Hutchison Port Waikato Port Waikato 38 +11  Y Won Port Waikato
28 Arthur Anae List 25 -3  N Lost seat
29 Ian Buchanan Wairarapa
30 Greg White
31 Phil Heatley Whangarei Whangarei 42 +11  Y Won Whangarei
32 Marie Hasler List Waitakere 24 -8  N Lost seat
33 Annabel Young List 18 -15  N Lost seat
34 Eric Liu
35 Tau Henare Te Atatu (Mauri Pacific: 1) -34
36 Chester Borrows Whanganui 45 +9
37 Nicky Wagner Christchurch Central
38 Leanne Jensen-Daines East Coast
39 Tim Macindoe 52 +13
40 Wayne Marriott Aoraki 50 +10
41 Dan Gordon Waimakariri
42 Sandra Goudie Coromandel  Y Won Coromandel
43 John Key Helensville  Y Won Helensville
44 Jeremy Sole Northcote
45 George Ngatai 46 +1
46 Dale Stephens 40 -6
47 Craig Foss Tukituki
48 Judith Collins Clevedon  Y Won Clevedon
49 Glenda Hughes Rongotai
50 Dave Scott Palmerston North
51 Weston Kirton Taupo
52 Hamuera Mitchell
53 Enosa Auva'a Manurewa 47 -6
54 Sylvia Taylor Mangere
55 Barry Nicolle West Coast-Tasman
56 Paul Foster-Bell Dunedin South
57 Mita Harris
58 Brent Trewheela Mount Roskill
59 Raewyn Bhana Mount Albert
60 Bill Karaitiana Te Tai Tonga
61 Geoff Horton New Plymouth
62 Rodney Williams
63 Alan Delamere
64 Peter O'Brien
65 Rod O'Beirne 49 -16

New Zealand FirstEdit

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Winston Peters Tauranga Tauranga 1 0  Y Won Tauranga
2 Peter Brown List Bay of Plenty 13 +11  Y Elected from list
3 Brian Donnelly List Whangarei 6 +3  Y Elected from list
4 Ron Mark List Waimakariri 11 +7  Y Elected from list
5 Doug Woolerton List Hamilton East 8 +3  Y Elected from list
6 Barbara Stewart North Shore  Y Elected from list
7 Pita Paraone Pakuranga 19 +12  Y Elected from list
8 Craig McNair Rodney  Y Elected from list
9 Jim Peters Northland  Y Elected from list
10 Dail Jones (Former MP) Helensville  Y Elected from list
11 Edwin Perry Wairarapa 37 +26  Y Elected from list
12 Bill Gudgeon Hamilton West 25 +13  Y Elected from list
13 Brent Catchpole Clevedon 30 +17  Y Elected from list
14 Rob Harris 15 +1
15 Dawn Mullins 39 +24
16 Brett Webster Tamaki
17 Gordon Stewart 28 +11
18 Fletcher Tabuteau Rotorua
19 Bob Daw
20 Dave Mackie Clutha-Southland 24 +4
21 John Riley
22 John Geary

United FutureEdit

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Peter Dunne Ohariu-Belmont Ohariu-Belmont (United NZ: 1) 0  Y Won Ohariu-Belmont
2 Gordon Copeland Rongotai  Y Elected from list
3 Bernie Ogilvy  Y Elected from list
4 Marc Alexander Ilam  Y Elected from list
5 Kelly Chal  Y Elected from list  N Left parliament in 2002
6 Murray Smith Hutt South (Future NZ: 3) -3  Y Elected from list
7 Larry Baldock Tauranga (Future NZ: 9) +2  Y Elected from list
8 Judy Turner East Coast (Future NZ: 14) +6  Y Elected from list
9 Paul Adams East Coast Bays  Y Replaced Kelly Chal in the course of the parliamentary term
10 Wayne Chapman Rimutaka (Future NZ: 15) +5
11 Andrew Kubala
12 Gray Eatwell
13 Bruce McGrail
14 Hassan Hosseini Mount Albert
15 Craig Hunt (Future NZ: 20) +5
16 Kevin Harper Maungakiekie (Future NZ: 8) -8
17 Russell Judd Rotorua
18 Anne Drake
19 Ian McInnes Pakuranga
20 Graham Butterworth (United NZ: 7) -13
21 Andrea Deeth Helensville
22 Cindy Ruakere
23 Chris Bretton
24 Susanne Fellner New Lynn
25 Jim Howard (United NZ: 5) -20
26 Martyn Seddon Hamilton West (Future NZ: 25) -1
27 Tom Smithers
28 Ross Tizard North Shore
29 Grant Bowater (United NZ: 5) -24
30 Steve Taylor Auckland Central
31 Graham Turner Napier
32 Dave Fitness
33 Paul Duxbury Christchurch East
34 Richard Carter Hamilton East
35 Lee Edmonds
36 Stephen Russell Christchurch Central
37 Sharee Adams
38 Lee Robertson Coromandel
39 Rachel Smithers
40 Rob Moodie Wellington Central
41 Witana Murray
42 Frank Owen Wairarapa (United NZ: 13) -29
43 Graeme Torckler Waitakere
44 Denis Gilmore Taupo
45 Andrew Smith
46 Tony Bunting Aoraki
47 Graeme Barr
48 James Hippolite
49 Mike Mitcalf
50 Stephanie McEwin Banks Peninsula
51 Bruce Settle
52 Peter Collins
53 Todd Whitcombe Dunedin North
54 Joy Leitze Clutha-Southland
55 Gray Phillips Whangarei (United NZ: 14) -41
56 Chris Collier
57 Allan Smellie Otago
58 Jesse O'Brien
59 Julee Smith-Mischeski
60 Vince Smith
61 Dennis Wells Nelson

Unsuccessful registered partiesEdit

The following registered parties did not gain representation:[2]

AllianceEdit

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Laila Harré List Waitakere 6 +5  N Lost seat
2 Willie Jackson List Tainui 9 +7  N Lost seat
3 Matt McCarten
4 Liz Gordon List Christchurch Central 8 +4  N Lost seat
5 Tricia Cutforth Whangarei 19 +14
6 Gerard Hehir New Lynn 15 +9
7 Vern Winitana 24 +17
8 Rebecca Matthews Ohariu-Belmont 31 +23
9 Mike Treen Auckland Central 36 +27
10 Naida Glavish Te Tai Tokerau
11 Robert Reid Wellington Central
12 Jill Ovens Mount Albert 28 +16
13 Sam Huggard Otago
14 Janice Panoho-Smith Tamaki Makaurau
15 Vernon Tile Rongotai 23 +8
16 Julie Fairey Epsom
17 Gavin McLean East Coast
18 Carolyn Payne-Harker Dunedin North
19 Kamaka Manuel Te Tai Hauauru
20 Mary O'Connor 32 +12
21 Maxine Boag Napier
22 Moira Lawler Rimutaka
23 Len Richards Mangere
24 Ravaani Ghaemmaghamy Hamilton East
25 John Tuwhakairiora Tibble Ikaroa-Rawhiti
26 Anna McMartin Invercargill
27 Anna Sutherland Hutt South
28 Hayley Rawhiti Manurewa
29 Joseph Randall Maungakiekie
30 Sean Gourley Wigram
31 Peter Wheeler Palmerston North
32 Val McClimont Banks Peninsula
33 Margaret Jeune Otaki
34 Dion Martin Rangitikei 34 0
35 Paula Henderson Rodney
36 Brendon Lane Mount Roskill
37 Peter Jamieson Piako 38 +1
38 Fiona McLaren East Coast Bays
39 Solly Southwood Northcote
40 Michael Gilchrist Mana
41 Paul Protheroe Pakuranga
42 Justin Wilson Dunedin South
43 Karl Bartleet North Shore
44 Richard Wallis Tukituki
45 Simon Shields Manukau East
46 Craig Wills Hamilton West
47 Helen Mackinlay Helensville
48 Robert Van Ruyssevelt Te Atatu

Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis PartyEdit

  1. Michael Appleby
  2. BRITNELL, Michael
  3. BRITNELL, Irinka
  4. MOORE, Dave
  5. MITCHELL, Christine
  6. SAXBY, Jeanette
  7. MCMULLAN, Paul John Michael
  8. DANIELS, Judy
  9. MATANGI, Judy
  10. LAMBERT, Paula
  11. MORLEY, Sugra
  12. GREEN, Peter

Christian Heritage PartyEdit

  1. Graham Capill
  2. Merepeka Raukawa-Tait
  3. Vic Pollard
  4. HOLLAND, Dick
  5. JARVIS, Vic
  6. BARKER, Gerald
  7. MUNN, Ken
  8. PAYNE, Roger
  9. JARVIS, Ruth
  10. BARBER, Nick
  11. DENBY, Gavin
  12. SALT, Chris
  13. CUMMINGS, Ian
  14. BRADFIELD, Grant
  15. SIMPSON, McGregor
  16. HARRIS, Rod
  17. BURGESS, Margaret
  18. FERGUSON, Mike
  19. FLANNAGAN, Matthew
  20. FLANNAGAN, Madeleine Jane

Mana Maori MovementEdit

  1. Angeline Greensill
  2. Ken Mair
  3. PHILIP-BARBARA, Glenis Hiria
  4. Tame Iti
  5. AMOHANGA, Jacqui
  6. Rihi Vercoe
  7. TAKOKO, Mere
  8. BERNARD, Tanima
  9. SKERRETT-WHITE, Colleen
  10. HAAMI, Piripi
  11. LOMAX, Ngahape
  12. PEHI-BARLOW, Sharon

NMPEdit

  1. ATKIN, Graham Mark
  2. GIFKINS, Brett Kenneth

OneNZ PartyEdit

  1. PORTER, John
  2. WHITE, Jim
  3. MCCULLOCH, Alan
  4. WHITE, Janet
  5. FISHER, Richard
  6. MOAT, David
  7. CHRISTIE, Walter
  8. EDWARDS, Gill
  9. GROVE, Peter
  10. BULL, John

Outdoor Recreation NZEdit

  1. PHELPS, Lester Roy
  2. O'NEILL, David John
  3. CHECK, Paul Ramon
  4. SINCLAIR, Warren George
  5. WILLEMS, Henry Joseph
  6. ELLERY, Peter Michael
  7. SYLVA, Edwin Laurence
  8. COOK, James Neil
  9. GIBBONS, Peter Kenneth Richard
  10. HOLMES, Michael Francis
  11. RUDD, James Benjamin
  12. BIMLER, Harry Ernest

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Party Lists of Successful Registered Parties". Electoral Commission. Retrieved 6 March 2017.
  2. ^ "Party Lists of Unsuccessful Registered Parties". Electoral Commission. Retrieved 6 March 2017.