National selects Brett Hudson as Ohariu candidate

Published: Thu 1 May 2014 09:41 AM
National selects Brett Hudson as Ohariu candidate
The National Party has selected Brett Hudson as its candidate for Ohariu at the 2014 General Election.
Mr Hudson was selected by a meeting of local party members tonight.
“I congratulate Brett on his selection and look forward to working with him,” said Regional Chair Malcolm Plimmer.
“Brett brings a good understanding of Wellington issues and great real world experience to the role.”
Mr Hudson said he was honoured to be selected and will be working hard to secure strong support for National.
“National is working hard and delivering real progress for New Zealand families,” said Mr Hudson.
“Ohariu constituents strongly backed National’s return to Government in 2011. I’ll be focussed on growing that support for John Key and National in 2014.”
Brett Hudson – Biographical Notes
Brett Hudson is a Wellington-based Information and Communications Technology professional.
His experience includes sales and account leadership roles with multi-national organisations (Oracle, IBM, and TelstraClear) and with Kiwi company Starfish Consulting.
His experience drives an interest in using technology to help Kiwi businesses grow and employ.
Brett lives in Karori with his partner, Lindsay Renwick. He has three teenage daughters.

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