Porirua (New Zealand electorate)
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The electorate was first created in 1860 for the term of the 3rd New Zealand Parliament. It existed until the end of the 4th Parliament in 1870. Alfred Brandon was the representative during that period.
The electorate was recreated in 1963 for the 34th Parliament. In 1996 with MMP, the electorate was replaced by the new Mana electorate. The holder of Porirua, Graham Kelly chose to become a list MP.
|1860 election||Alfred Brandon|
|(electorate abolished, 1870–1963)|
|1963 election||Henry May|
|1969 election||Gerard Wall|
|1987 election||Graham Kelly|
|(Electorate abolished in 1996; see Mana)|