Party lists in the 2017 New Zealand general election

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The 2017 New Zealand general election was held on Saturday, 23 September 2017, to determine the membership of the 52nd New Zealand Parliament. Parliament has 120 seats, and 71 were filled by electorate MPs, with the remaining 49 from ranked party lists. Writ day, i.e. the day when the Governor-General issues a formal direction to the Electoral Commission to hold the election, was set for Wednesday, 23 August 2017. As stipulated in section 127 of the Electoral Act 1993, the writ will set a date by which registered parties must submit a "list of candidates for election to the seats reserved for those members of Parliament elected from lists".[1] Party lists must have been submitted by Monday, 28 August, at noon.[2] On Wednesday, 30 August, the Electoral Commission released details of candidates for election, party lists, and the polling places. This page lists candidates by party, including their ranking on a list.

Incumbent parliamentary partiesEdit

ACT PartyEdit

ACT New Zealand released its list on 9 July 2017.[3][4]

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 David Seymour Electorate Epsom  Y Won Epsom
2 Beth Houlbrooke 4 +2
3 Brooke van Velden Auckland Central
4 Bhupinder Singh Manukau East
5 Stephen Berry East Coast Bays 6 +1
6 Stuart Pedersen Tauranga
7 Anneka Carlson New Plymouth
8 Shan Ng Mana
9 Sam Purchas Dunedin North
10 Toni Severin Christchurch East 11 +1
11 Grae O’Sullivan Rimutaka 37 +26
12 Richard Evans Kaikōura
13 James McDowall Hamilton East
14 Richard Wells New Lynn
15 Michael Warren Wellington Central
16 Andi Moore Ōhariu
17 Andy Parkins Hutt South
18 Bruce Carley Bay of Plenty 23 +5
19 Tom Corbett Rangitata 24 +5
20 Brian Davidson Selwyn
21 Alan Davidson Whanganui
22 Dan Doughty Dunedin South
23 Alex Evans Helensville
24 Paul Gilbert Ilam 27 +3
25 Roger Greenslade Wairarapa
26 Stuart Hawkins Waimakariri
27 Bruce Haycock Northcote 30 +3
28 Paul Hufflett Nelson
29 Nick Kearney North Shore
30 Tim Kronfeld Upper Harbour 20 -10
31 Joe Misselbrook
32 Craig Nelson Northland
33 Joshua Perry
34 Sam Singh Manurewa
35 Anthony Smith Hunua
36 Chris Sole Rongotai
37 Neil Wilson Rangitikei 41 +4
38 Stephen Fletcher Te Atatū
39 Wayne Grattan Ōtaki

Green PartyEdit

The Green Party announced its initial list of 46 candidates for member consultation on 2 April 2017.[5] The final list was released on 30 May 2017.[6] On 7 August 2017, Kennedy Graham (originally 8th on the list) and David Clendon (originally 16th) announced that they would remove themselves from the list, following Metiria Turei's admission of historic benefit fraud.[7] On 8 August 2017, Hutt South candidate Susanne Ruthven withdrew citing work commitments.[8] Turei resigned as co-leader and withdrew from the Green Party list on 9 August 2017.[9]

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 James Shaw List Wellington Central 12 +11  Y Elected from list
2 Marama Davidson List Tamaki Makaurau 15 +13  Y Elected from list
3 Julie Anne Genter List Mount Albert 8 +5  Y Elected from list
4 Eugenie Sage List Port Hills 4 0  Y Elected from list
5 Gareth Hughes List East Coast 5 0  Y Elected from list
6 Jan Logie List Mana 10 +4  Y Elected from list
7 Chlöe Swarbrick Maungakiekie  Y Elected from list
8 Golriz Ghahraman Te Atatū  Y Elected from list
9 Mojo Mathers List Rangitata 9 0  N Lost seat
10 Barry Coates List Epsom 16 +6  N Lost seat
11 Jack McDonald Te Tai Hauauru 20 +9
12 John Hart Wairarapa 17 +5
13 Denise Roche List Auckland Central 13 0  N Lost seat
14 Hayley Holt Helensville
15 Teall Crossen Rongotai
16 Teanau Tuiono Manurewa
17 Leilani Tamu New Lynn
18 Matt Lawrey Nelson
19 Elizabeth Kerekere Ikaroa-Rawhiti
20 Chris Perley Tukituki 29 +9
21 Ricardo Menendez-March Mount Roskill
22 Julie Zhu Botany
23 Richard Leckinger Tāmaki 23 0
24 Thomas Nash Palmerston North
25 Sam Taylor Hamilton East
26 Kate Fulton West Coast-Tasman
27 Tane Woodley Ōhāriu 28 +1
28 Jo Wrigley Hamilton West
29 Ash Holwell Whangarei
30 Stefan Grand-Meyer Rimutaka
31 Robin McCandless Rangitikei
32 Niki Bould Dunedin North
33 Shane Gallagher Dunedin South 43 +10
34 Scott Summerfield Coromandel
35 Rochelle Surendran Invercargill
36 Bridget Walsh
37 Rachael Goldsmith Clutha-Southland 30 -7
38 Patrick Wall Waitaki
39 James Goodhue Upper Harbour
40 Richard Wesley Wigram 33 -7
41 Guy Hunt Pakuranga
42 Elaine Dyett Māngere
43 Sam Ferguson Ōtaki
44 Richard Gillies Rotorua
45 Emma-Leigh Hodge Tauranga
46 Chrys Horn
47 Rebekah Jaung Northcote
48 David Lee Ilam
49 Nicholas Mayne East Coast Bays
50 Robert Moore Taranaki-King Country
51 Nicola Patrick Whanganui
52 Peter Richardson
53 Godfrey Rudolph Te Tai Tokerau
54 Damon Rusden Napier
55 Julie Sandilands Taupō
56 Raj Singh Manukau East
57 Nicola Smith Kelston
58 Philippa Stevenson Waikato
59 Cathy Sweet Christchurch East

Labour PartyEdit

The Labour Party released its list on 2 May 2017.[10]

On 21 March 2017, Labour announced that its sitting Māori electorate MPs would not contest the party list, standing for their electorates only.[11]

Labour announced a revised list on 15 August 2017 following a leadership change.[12]

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 Jacinda Ardern Electorate Mount Albert 5 +4  Y Won Mount Albert
2 Kelvin Davis Electorate Te Tai Tokerau 18 +16  Y Won Te Tai Tokerau
3 Andrew Little List 11 +8  Y Elected from list
4 Grant Robertson Electorate Wellington Central 3 -1  Y Won Wellington Central
5 Phil Twyford Electorate Te Atatū 7 +2  Y Won Te Atatū
6 Megan Woods Electorate Wigram 20 +14  Y Won Wigram
7 Chris Hipkins Electorate Rimutaka 9 +2  Y Won Rimutaka
8 Carmel Sepuloni Electorate Kelston 29 +21  Y Won Kelston
9 David Clark Electorate Dunedin North 26 +17  Y Won Dunedin North
10 David Parker List Epsom 2 -8  Y Elected from list
11 Stuart Nash Electorate Napier  Y Won Napier
12 Priyanca Radhakrishnan Maungakiekie 23 +11  Y Elected from list
13 Raymond Huo List 21 +8  Y Elected from list
14 Iain Lees-Galloway Electorate Palmerston North 24 +10  Y Won Palmerston North
15 Jan Tinetti Tauranga  Y Elected from list
16 William Sio Electorate Māngere 14 -2  Y Won Māngere
17 Willow-Jean Prime Northland 34 +17  Y Elected from list
18 Damien O'Connor Electorate West Coast-Tasman 22 +4  Y Won West Coast-Tasman
19 Jenny Salesa Electorate Manukau East 31 +12  Y Won Manukau East
20 Kris Faafoi Electorate Mana  Y Won Mana
21 Kiri Allan East Coast  Y Elected from list
22 Willie Jackson (Former MP)  Y Elected from list
23 Clare Curran Electorate Dunedin South  Y Won Dunedin South
24 Ruth Dyson Electorate Port Hills  Y Won Port Hills
25 Poto Williams Electorate Christchurch East 28 +3  Y Won Christchurch East
26 Louisa Wall Electorate Manurewa 12 -14  Y Won Manurewa
27 Michael Wood Electorate Mount Roskill 39 +12  Y Won Mount Roskill
28 Ginny Andersen Hutt South 37 +9  Y Elected from list
29 Jo Luxton Rangitata  Y Elected from list
30 Deborah Russell New Lynn 33 +3  Y Won New Lynn
31 Liz Craig Invercargill 32 +1  Y Elected from list
32 Marja Lubeck Rodney  Y Elected from list
33 Trevor Mallard Electorate  Y Elected from list
34 Paul Eagle Rongotai  Y Won Rongotai
35 Tamati Coffey Waiariki 30 -5  Y Won Waiariki
36 Jamie Strange Hamilton East 54 +18  Y Elected from list
37 Anahila Kanongata'a-Suisuiki 49 +12  Y Elected from list
38 Kieran McAnulty Wairarapa  Y Elected from list
39 Angie Warren-Clark Bay of Plenty  Y Elected from list
40 Helen White Auckland Central
41 Greg O'Connor Ōhāriu  Y Won Ōhāriu
42 Steph Lewis Whanganui
43 Duncan Webb Christchurch Central  Y Won Christchurch Central
44 Lemauga Lydia Sosene
45 Janette Walker Kaikōura 46 +1
46 Anna Lorck Tukituki
47 Romy Udanga North Shore
48 Rachel Boyack Nelson
49 Sarb Johal
50 Naisi Chen East Coast Bays
51 Shanan Halbert Northcote 48 -3
52 Dan Rosewarne Waimakariri
53 Jin An Upper Harbour
54 Jesse Pabla Papakura
55 Hilary Humphrey Taranaki-King Country
56 Tony Savage Whangarei
57 Brooke Loader Waikato
58 Ben Sandford Rotorua
59 Kurt Taogaga Helensville
60 Heather Warren Rangitīkei
61 Sam McDonald Tāmaki
62 Cherie Chapman Clutha-Southland
63 Al'a Al-Bustanji Taupō
64 Baljit Kaur Hunua
65 Linsey Higgins
66 Barry Kirker Pakuranga
67 Tofik Mamedov Botany 60 -7
68 Michelle Lomax
69 Nathaniel Blomfield Coromandel
70 Gaurav Sharma Hamilton West
71 Anthony Rimell Ilam
72 Tony Condon Selwyn
73 Sarah Packer
74 Andy Begg
75 Corie Haddock New Plymouth 53 -22

Māori PartyEdit

The Māori Party released its list on 30 August 2017.[13]

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 Marama Fox List Ikaroa-Rawhiti 2 +1  N Lost seat
2 Te Ururoa Flavell Electorate Waiariki 1 -1  N Lost seat
3 Rahui Papa Hauraki-Waikato
4 Shane Taurima Tamaki Makaurau
5 Mei Reedy-Taare Te Tai Tonga
6 Howie Tamati Te Tai Hauauru
7 Hinurewa Te Hau 13 +6
8 Tuilagi Saipele Esera Manukau East
9 John Kiria Mount Roskill
10 Te Waka McLeod
11 Carrie Stoddart-Smith Pakuranga
12 Manase Lua Maungakiekie
13 Wetex Kang Botany
14 Tasha Hohaia Manurewa
15 Esther Tofilau-Tevaga Mangere
16 Tina Porou
17 George Ngatai Mangere
18 Cinnamon Whitlock Kelston
19 Raewyn Bhana
20 Ngarangi Chapman
21 Wendy Biddle Rotorua
22 Maryanne Marsters Napier
23 Karen Williams New Lynn
24 Amiria Te Whiu
25 Mele Pepa Tāmaki
26 Tae Moala Tu’inukuafe

National PartyEdit

The National Party released its list on 30 July 2017.[14]

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 List 2 +1  Y Elected from list  N Left parliament in 2018
2 Paula Bennett Electorate Upper Harbour 9 +7  Y Won Upper Harbour
3 David Carter List 3 0  Y Elected from list
4 Steven Joyce List 5 +1  Y Elected from list  N Left parliament in 2018
5 Gerry Brownlee Electorate Ilam 4 -1  Y Won Ilam
6 Simon Bridges Electorate Tauranga 18 +12  Y Won Tauranga
7 Amy Adams Electorate Selwyn 15 +8  Y Won Selwyn
8 Jonathan Coleman Electorate Northcote 10 +2  Y Won Northcote  N Left parliament in 2018
9 Chris Finlayson List Rongotai 8 -1  Y Elected from list  N Left parliament in 2019
10 Michael Woodhouse List Dunedin North 20 +10  Y Elected from list
11 Anne Tolley Electorate East Coast 12 +1  Y Won East Coast
12 Nathan Guy Electorate Otaki 16 +4  Y Won Otaki
13 Nikki Kaye Electorate Auckland Central 19 +6  Y Won Auckland Central
14 Todd McClay Electorate Rotorua 23 +9  Y Won Rotorua
15 Nick Smith Electorate Nelson 13 -2  Y Won Nelson
16 Judith Collins Electorate Papakura 6 -10  Y Won Papakura
17 Maggie Barry Electorate North Shore 40 +23  Y Won North Shore
18 Paul Goldsmith List Epsom 30 +12  Y Elected from list
19 Louise Upston Electorate Taupō 27 +8  Y Won Taupō
20 Alfred Ngaro List Te Atatū 34 +14  Y Elected from list
21 Mark Mitchell Electorate Rodney 42 +21  Y Won Rodney
22 Nicky Wagner Electorate Christchurch Central 25 +3  Y Elected from list
23 Jacqui Dean Electorate Waitaki 36 +13  Y Won Waitaki
24 David Bennett Electorate Hamilton East 37 +13  Y Won Hamilton East
25 Tim Macindoe Electorate Hamilton West 28 +3  Y Won Hamilton West
26 Scott Simpson Electorate Coromandel 45 +19  Y Won Coromandel
27 Jami-Lee Ross Electorate Botany 29 +2  Y Won Botany
28 Barbara Kuriger Electorate Taranaki-King Country 58 +30  Y Won Taranaki-King Country
29 Matthew Doocey Electorate Waimakariri 56 +27  Y Won Waimakariri
30 Brett Hudson List Ōhāriu 39 +9  Y Elected from list
31 Melissa Lee List Mount Albert 31 0  Y Elected from list
32 Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi List Manukau East 32 0  Y Elected from list
33 Jian Yang List 33 0  Y Elected from list
34 Parmjeet Parmar List Mount Roskill 48 +14  Y Elected from list
35 Jonathan Young Electorate New Plymouth 38 +3  Y Won New Plymouth
36 Jo Hayes List Christchurch East 47 +11  Y Elected from list
37 Ian McKelvie Electorate Rangitīkei 41 +4  Y Won Rangitīkei
38 Simon O'Connor Electorate Tāmaki 43 +5  Y Won Tāmaki
39 Andrew Bayly Electorate Hunua 55 +16  Y Won Hunua
40 Chris Bishop List Hutt South 49 +9  Y Won Hutt South
41 Sarah Dowie Electorate Invercargill 57 +16  Y Won Invercargill
42 Nuk Korako List Port Hills 50 +8  Y Elected from list  N Left parliament in 2019
43 Todd Muller Electorate Bay of Plenty 59 +16  Y Won Bay of Plenty
44 Maureen Pugh List West Coast-Tasman 52 +8  N Lost seat  Y Replaced Bill English in 2018
45 Shane Reti Electorate Whangarei 60 +15  Y Won Whangarei
46 Alastair Scott Electorate Wairarapa 61 +15  Y Won Wairarapa
47 Stuart Smith Electorate Kaikōura 62 +15  Y Won Kaikōura
48 Nicola Willis Wellington Central  Y Replaced Steven Joyce in 2018
49 Agnes Loheni Māngere  Y Replaced Chris Finlayson in 2019
50 Paulo Garcia New Lynn  Y Replaced Nuk Korako in 2019
51 Matt King Northland  Y Won Northland
52 David Hiatt Wigram
53 Matt Gregory Dunedin South
54 Adrienne Pierce Palmerston North
55 David Elliott Napier
56 Katrina Bungard Manurewa
57 Bala Beeram Kelston
58 Carolyn O'Fallon Rimutaka 74 +16
59 Euon Murrell Mana
60 Simeon Brown Pakuranga 64 +4  Y Won Pakuranga
61 Andrew Falloon Rangitata  Y Won Rangitata
62 Harete Hipango Whanganui  Y Won Whanganui
63 Denise Lee Maungakiekie  Y Won Maungakiekie
64 Chris Penk Helensville 68 +4  Y Won Helensville
65 Erica Stanford East Coast Bays  Y Won East Coast Bays
66 Tim van de Molen Waikato  Y Won Waikato
67 Lawrence Yule Tukituki  Y Won Tukituki
68 Hamish Walker Clutha-Southland 65 -3  Y Won Clutha-Southland
69 Sarah Jo Barley
70 Lisa Whyte
71 Linda Cooper 69 -2
72 Dan Bidois  Y Replaced Jonathan Coleman in the 2018 Northcote by-election
73 Rahul Sirigiri
74 Hadleigh Reid
75 Graham Collins


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 Electorate Northland 1 0  Y Elected from list
2 Ron Mark List Wairarapa 9 +7  Y Elected from list
3 Tracey Martin List Rodney 2 -1  Y Elected from list
4 Fletcher Tabuteau List Rotorua 4 0  Y Elected from list
5 Darroch Ball List Palmerston North 10 +5  Y Elected from list
6 Clayton Mitchell List Tauranga 6 0  Y Elected from list
7 Mark Patterson Clutha-Southland  Y Elected from list
8 Shane Jones (Former MP) Whangarei  Y Elected from list
9 Jenny Marcroft Tamaki  Y Elected from list
10 Mahesh Bindra List Mount Roskill 11 +1  N Lost seat
11 Pita Paraone List Hamilton East 8 -3  N Lost seat
12 Ria Bond List Invercargill 12 0  N Lost seat
13 Denis O'Rourke List Port Hills 7 -6  N Lost seat
14 David Wilson Te Atatū
15 Richard Prosser List Waimakariri 3 -12  N Lost seat
16 Jon Reeves Hunua 15 -1
17 Stu Husband Waikato
18 Andy Foster Wellington Central
19 Melanie Mark-Shadbolt Christchurch East
20 Helen Peterson Helensville
21 Rob Stevenson Rangitīkei
22 Lisa Close Ōhāriu
23 Jamie Arbuckle Kaikōura
24 Joshua Hubbard North Shore
25 Talani Meikle Rimutaka
26 Peter Chan New Lynn
27 Lester Gray Bay of Plenty
28 Anne Degia-Pala Kelston 21 -7
29 Suzanne Kelly Pakuranga
30 Murray Chong New Plymouth
31 Jackie Farrelly West Coast-Tasman
32 Toa Greening Papakura
33 Julian Paul Epsom
34 Shayne Wihongi Hamilton West
35 Romuald Rudzki Ōtaki 14 -21
36 Reg Skipworth Whanganui
37 Joe Kairau Tukituki
38 Kym Koloni Northcote
39 Geoff Mills Rongotai
40 Alexander Familton Waitaki
41 Anne-Marie Andrews Coromandel
42 Julian Tilley East Coast
43 William Flesher Manukau East
44 Tane Apanui Wigram
45 John Hall Manurewa 27 -18
46 Warren Voight Dunedin North (Democrats: 5) -41
47 Jane Johnston Upper Harbour
48 Frank Edwards Auckland Central
49 Ilja Ruppeldt East Coast Bays
50 Mataroa Paroro Mangere 13 -37
51 Kerry Rushton Dunedin South
52 Alok Gupta Hutt South
53 Andrew Littlejohn Mount Albert
54 Susan Sara Nelson
55 Ken Mahon Maungakiekie
56 Lindy Palmer Selwyn

United FutureEdit

United Future lodged the following party list with the Electoral Commission.[4]

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 Damian Light Botany 3 +2
2 Ben Rickard Tauranga 5 +3
3 Kelleigh Sheffield-Cranstoun Mana
4 Bale Nadakuitavuki Ōhāriu
5 Judy Turner (Former MP) East Coast
6 Quentin Todd Hamilton West 9 +3
7 John Hubscher New Lynn
8 John Foster Kaikoura
9 Ian Gaskin Christchurch Central
10 JB Woolston

Other registered partiesEdit

Ban 1080Edit

The Ban 1080 Party's list was released on 31 August 2017.[4]

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 Clyde Graf Coromandel
2 Bill Wallace 2 0
3 Peter Salter West Coast-Tasman 3 0
4 Brian Adams Clutha-Southland
5 Carol Sawyer
6 James Hilton
7 Glen Tomlinson 5 -2
8 Kenneth Hanson
9 Mary Molloy

Conservative PartyEdit

The following are the Conservative Party candidates for 2017.[15][4]

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 Leighton Baker Epsom
2 Elliot Ikilei Manurewa 20 +18
3 Melanie Taylor Northland 7 +4
4 Kevin Stitt Mangere
5 Martin Frauenstein Ilam
6 Lachie Ashton Clutha-Southland
7 Kathryn Davie Mount Roskill
8 Bruce Welsh Rongotai
9 Paul Davie New Lynn
10 Roger Larkins Port Hills
11 Jeffrey Johnson Mount Albert
12 Benjamin Price Waimakiriri

Democrats for Social CreditEdit

The New Zealand Democratic Party for Social Credit released a party list.[4]

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 Stephnie de Ruyter 1 0
2 Chris Leitch Whangarei 2 0
3 Jason Jobsis 9 +6
4 Scott MacArthur New Lynn
5 Hessel Van Wieren Waitaki 7 +2
6 Andrew Leitch Mount Roskill 8 +2
7 Katherine Ransom 4 -3
8 Simon Briggs
9 Mischele Rhodes Hamilton East 15 +6
10 Karl Matthys Napier
11 Jack Collin
12 Heather McConachy
13 John Ring Wigram 23 +10
14 John Pemberton Taupō 3 -11
15 Dick Ryan Tukituki 13 -2
16 Carolyn McKenzie Waikato 11 -5
17 David Wilson Northland 20 +3
18 Heather Marion Smith 26 +8
19 Tracy Livingston-Pooley Bay of Plenty 19 0
20 Peter Adcock-White Waimakiriri 18 -2
21 Barry Pulford Napier 17 -4
22 Tricia Cheel Northcote
23 John McCaskey Kaikoura 22 -1
24 Gary Gribben Port Hills 27 +3
25 Miriam Mowat Dunedin North 24 -1
26 Robert Richards 35 +9

Internet PartyEdit

The following are the Internet Party candidates for 2017.[16][4]

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 Suzie Dawson
2 Ben Cooney
3 Daymond Goulder-Horobin
4 Jo Booth
5 Blake Bedford-Palmer
6 Bruce King
7 Nicholas Smith
8 Jourdan Turner

Legalise Cannabis PartyEdit

The following candidates will stand for the Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party in 2017.[4]

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 Maki Herbert Te Tai Tokerau
2 Jeff Lye Kelston 5 +3
3 Paula Lambert
4 Mike Britnell
5 Emma-Jane Mihaere Kingi Te Tai Tonga 3 -2
6 Vineet Prasad Shiriwastow
7 Jonee Saxby-Koning
8 Adrian McDermott Dunedin South 11 +3
9 Janine Shufflebotham
10 Steven Wilkinson
11 Jeanette Saxby
12 Tony Brown
13 Rebecca Robin
14 Geoff McTague

Mana MovementEdit

Mana Movement's list was released on 31 August 2017.[4]

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 Hone Harawira (Former MP) Te Tai Tokerau 1 0
2 Lisa McNab
3 James Papali'i Māngere 9 +6
4 Tracey-lee Repia

The Opportunities PartyEdit

The Opportunities Party released its list on 28 August 2017.[17]

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 Gareth Morgan
2 Geoff Simmons Wellington Central
3 Teresa Moore East Coast Bays (Greens: 26) +23
4 Buddy Mikaere
5 Olly Wilson Rangitata
6 Donna Pokere-Phillips Hamilton West
7 Doug Hill Christchurch Central
8 Piri-Hira Tukapua Ōtaki
9 Nicola Glenjarman Waimakiriri
10 Mika Haka Auckland Central
11 Nicky Snoyink Selwyn
12 Richard Warwick Hutt South
13 Ted Faleauto Johnston Manukau East
14 Abe Gray Dunedin North (ALCP: 2) -12
15 Clint Ulyatt Mount Roskill
16 Dan Thurston Mount Albert
17 Lesley Immink East Coast
18 Vanessa Lee
19 Paddy Plunket Rongotai
20 Brittany Owens Rodney
21 Matt Isbister North Shore
22 David Hay
23 Jenny Condie
24 Jessica Hammond Doube Ōhāriu
25 Kevin Neill Waitaki
26 Lindsay Smith Dunedin South

Outdoors PartyEdit

The New Zealand Outdoors Party's list was released on 31 August 2017.[4]

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 Alan Simmons Taupō
2 David Haynes Nelson
3 Derrick Paull Maungakiekie
4 Wilf Bearman-Riedel Hutt South

New Zealand People's PartyEdit

The New Zealand People's Party lodged the following party list with the Electoral Commission.[18]

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 Roshan Nauhria
2 Steven Ching
3 Anil Sharma
4 Lily Yao
5 Joann Wu
6 Sree Nampally

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