Labour Party Ilam Candidate Announced

Published: Tue 23 Nov 2004 05:17 PM
Labour Party Ilam Candidate Announced
The New Zealand Labour Party are pleased to announce that local businessman Julian Blanchard will contest the Ilam constituency seat in the 2005 general election.
In a hotly contested candidacy, Blanchard saw off competition from other local identities such as Ola Kamel, Eddie Clark and Pam Wheeler.
Julian Blanchard is a 29 year old businessman who works for Connect Southern in Fitzgerald Avenue for the last five years. He has been involved with the Labour Party for many years and is the Grandson of former Labour MP for Timaru and Speaker of the House, Sir Basil Arthur. He has a young family and has played representative cricket and rugby.

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