Twenty Line Up For Hawke’s Bay Regional Council Elections

Published: Fri 16 Aug 2013 05:18 PM
Twenty Line Up For Hawke’s Bay Regional Council Elections
Nominations have just closed for local government elections, and 20 prominent Hawke’s Bay people have confirmed they wish to stand for Hawke’s Bay Regional Council.
The upcoming local government elections will be held on Saturday 12 October 2013.
The deadline for nominations passed at midday today and there were 2 nominations for Wairoa, 4 for the new Ngaruroro constituency, 7 for Napier, 5 for Hastings and 2 for Central Hawke’s Bay.
Below is the final list of nominees:
Wairoa Constituency
(1 vacancy)Wilson, Fenton
Haraki, ShaunNgaruroro Constituency
(1 vacancy)Beaven, Peter                                      Mitchell, Kevin
McGregor, Ewan                                  Perley, ChrisNapier Constituency
(3 vacancies)Dick, Alan                                               Baldock, Allan
Pipe, Dave                                             Tinker, Tim
Elliott, Pauline                                      Bailey, Paul
Scott, ChristineHastings Constituency
(3 vacancies)Rose, Kevin                                           Barker, Rick
Douglas, Murray                                   Graham, Rex
Belford, TomCentral Hawke’s Bay Constituency (1 vacancy)Gilbertson, Tim
Hewitt, Debbie

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