Heartland New Zealand

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Heartland New Zealand is a centre-right party that aims to represent rural communities and agriculture. It opposes current environmental protection policies which it says are too restrictive on farmers, though it does have alternative climate and environmental policies. Former Franklin District mayor Mark Ball leads the party and is contesting the Port Waikato electorate. Formed and registered in 2020, this will be Heartland’s first election.

Mark Ball

Leader

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  • Year founded 2020
  • Times in government 0
  • Current MPs 0
  • Electorate seats held0
  • Donations received 2017-2019 NA
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Mark Ball
Mark Ball
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Port Waikato electorate
Heartland New Zealand
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First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Andrew Loader
Andrew Loader
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
Heartland New Zealand
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2
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Gillian Paton
Gillian Paton
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
Heartland New Zealand
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3
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Keith Holmes
Keith Holmes
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
Heartland New Zealand
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4
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
5
Peter Buckley
Peter Buckley
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
Heartland New Zealand
My local priorities
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5
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand

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