National Releases 2020 Party List

Published: Sat 8 Aug 2020 03:56 PM
National’s 2020 Party List is a strong mix of experience coming up through our Caucus, and new and exciting talent joining our team from communities across New Zealand, Party President Peter Goodfellow says.
“The National Party is incredibly fortunate to be able to draw on such a diverse and experienced team of passionate Kiwis, from our Leader Judith Collins, our Shadow Cabinet, right through to newcomers like Christopher Luxon in Botany, Tania Tapsell in East Coast, Tim Costley in Otaki, and Penny Simmonds in Invercargill.
“National run the most democratic selection processes of any party, and our process for putting together our Party List is the same. Our focus is always to strike the right balance between recognising and promoting experience, striving to reflect the diversity of New Zealand, and ensuring ongoing renewal.
“Rejuvenation is important for any political party, and National is heading into the 2020 election with some impressive and exciting new candidates. We are also saying goodbye to some very hardworking and dedicated members who have announced their retirement. They have served our country, our communities, and our Party with distinction, and we thank their families and loved ones for sharing them with us.
“We are incredibly proud to be the Party that represents Kiwis from all walks of life, from a range of ethnicities, backgrounds, and experiences. We have teachers, servicemen, doctors, a paramedic, farmers, lawyers, community advocates, scientists, businesspeople, and a virus specialist - just to name a few.
“We know that every MMP election is a close fought race. Every single one of our candidates will be campaigning hard in their local communities to deliver a strong Party Vote for National, and ensure Judith Collins is our next Prime Minister.
“COVID-19 has changed our world, and while Kiwis can all be proud of our collective health response, New Zealand is facing the biggest economic crisis in generations. More than ever our country needs a strong team, with real-world experience, that can deliver what we promise and get New Zealand working.
“The only way to avoid another three years of chaos from Labour and the Greens, is to Party Vote National. That’s what our team of 75 candidates and tens of thousands of members, supporters and volunteers will be focused on right up until election day.”
National’s 2020 List:1Judith CollinsPapakura2Gerry BrownleeIlam3Paul GoldsmithEpsom4Simon BridgesTauranga5Dr Shane RetiWhangarei6Todd McClayRotorua7Chris BishopHutt South8Todd MullerBay of Plenty9Louise UpstonTaupo10Scott SimpsonCoromandel11David BennettHamilton East12Michael WoodhouseDunedin13Nicola WillisWellington Central14Jacqui DeanWaitaki15Mark MitchellWhangaparaoa16Melissa LeeMt Albert17Andrew BaylyPort Waikato18Dr Nick SmithNelson19Maureen PughWest Coast-Tasman20Barbara KurigerTaranaki-King Country21Harete HipangoWhanganui22Jonathan YoungNew Plymouth23Tim MacindoeHamilton West24Kanwaljit Singh BakshiPanmure-Otahuhu25Paulo GarciaList26Nancy LuList27Parmjeet ParmarMt Roskill28Agnes LoheniMangere29Dale StephensChristchurch Central30Alfred NgaroTe Atatu31Matt DooceyWaimakariri32Stuart SmithKaikoura33Lawrence YuleTukituki34Denise LeeMaungakiekie35Simon O’ConnorTamaki36Brett HudsonOhariu37Simeon BrownPakuranga38Ian McKelvieRangitikei39Erica StanfordEast Coast Bays40Matt KingNorthland41Chris PenkKaipara ki Mahurangi42Tim van de MolenWaikato43Dan BidoisNorthcote44Jo HayesMana45Katie NimonNapier46Catherine ChuBanks Peninsula47Hamish CampbellWigram48David PattersonRongotai49Lisa WhyteNew Lynn50Rima NakhleTakanini51Liam KernaghanTaieri52Bala BeeramKelston53Lincoln PlattChristchurch East54William WoodPalmerston North55Nuwi SamarakoneManurewa56Mark CrofskeyRemutaka57Jake BezzantUpper Harbour58Mike ButterickWairarapa59Tim CostleyOtaki60Nicola GriggSelwyn61Christopher LuxonBotany62Joseph MooneySouthland63Penny SimmondsInvercargill64Tania TapsellEast Coast65Simon WattsNorth Shore

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