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The One Party is a Christian fundamentalist party. It describes itself as the country’s only Christian political party and is founded on the idea of uniting all New Zealand Christians behind it. It is generally socially conservative and economically right-wing. It also emphasises honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi and protecting the rights and tikanga of tangata whenua. It was created in 2019 and 2020 will be its first election.

Edward Shanly

Co-leader

Stephanie Harawira

Co-leader

Quick facts

  • Year founded 2020
  • Times in government 0
  • Current MPs 0
  • Electorate seats held0
  • Donations received 2017-2019 NA
  • 2020 polling average
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Stephanie Harawira
Stephanie Harawira
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Mana electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
1
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Edward Shanly
Edward Shanly
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Hutt South electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
2
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
3
Deon Claassens
Deon Claassens
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Nelson electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Provide better funding to primary health for better health outcomes. Reduce health bureaucracy so that more money filters down to providing more grass roots health providers. Continue to push for better houses for all people to reduce associated health issues.
Why I’m running
To be a voice in government for the most vulnerable and to provide a better delivery of primary health.
About me
As a general practitioner with over 30 years experience in primary health I bring a wealth of understanding and knowledge to this sector in order to bring better grassroot health outcomes.
Party list rank
3
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Medical Doctor
Place of residence
Springlands, Blenheim
Age
60
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Ian Johnson
Ian Johnson
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Port Waikato electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Advocate for policy that speaks life, brings solutions to social and economic issues. Consult with farmers, growers and primary producers for economic solutions to the Covid crisis. Advocate for rail and infrastructure to get the electorate moving.
Why I’m running
I have a passion for the nation of New Zealand that calls me to stand up and make a difference. I stand for truth, justice, Freedom and righteousness and I believe I have the qualities and drive to bring these values to my decision making.
About me
I have lived in the Franklin district most of my life,. I come from a farming family, I also have strong business experience, at a corporate level as well as running my own business. I stand for family and values that build strong community. My Christian faith is very important to me and guides my decision making process. I have also pioneered and pastored churches in the Auckland and Waikato regions over many years.
Party list rank
4
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Pastor and ministry leader
Place of residence
Pokeno
Age
63
2017 Result
Did not stand
5
Karri-Ann Vercoe
Karri-Ann Vercoe
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Rotorua electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Education: reintroduce Bible in schools, and a multi-lens approach to teaching NZ history to foster understanding. Environment: explore other means to reduce pest control other than 1080 that could potentially create jobs for locals. Affordable homes: create a think tank with local iwi and businesses around affordable housing for Kiwis and homeless.
Why I’m running
Aotearoa NZ, the land of the 'long white cloud', has been a safe haven for many people that call NZ home. This is due to the mantel of Jesus over our democratic legal system established on righteousness, justice, truth and promising freedom for all. These democratic rights have been stripped by our present government. Remove Jesus, remove democracy. I stand because ungodly laws persist and the most vulnerable are at risk. Your vote will be your voice for justice at this years election.
About me
I've lived within the Rotorua district most of my life. My dad was a former principal at Saint Marys primary school. My late husband was a former Rotorua principal also. We raised our five children here up until he was tragically taken 11 years ago. As a teacher, I am passionate about education that can help our children, and nation, heal and thrive. I understand the barriers of being a single hard working parent and believe further support needs to be given to working families to prosper.
Party list rank
5
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Lecturer: teacher educator
Place of residence
Springfield, Rotorua
Age
49
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Allan Cawood
Allan Cawood
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Ōhāriu electorate
One Party
My local priorities
To bring back sound Christian principles into the government of Aotearoa New Zealand. To stand for best interests of the children of New Zealand and to be their voice. To work with skilled economists, primary industry and business owners to rebuild the economy of New Zealand.
Why I’m running
Why I'm standing – I'm a proud New Zealander and I'm standing as a candidate for the One Party in the Ōhāriu electorate. I am putting my hand up to stand for righteousness, justice, truth and freedom for all New Zealanders. I will be key in re-aligning New Zealand's governmental principles back to those originally established by our Christian founding fathers.
About me
My wife and I have been happily married for 41 years. With two married daughters and four amazing grandchildren. I have held various international business management positions. These have been in the private and public sectors. I've served on the leadership of a Christian ministry for seven years and I've ministered locally and overseas. I am passionate about the Lord Jesus Christ and believe I have the experience, skills and tenacity to make a positive difference to benefit all New Zealanders.
Party list rank
6
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Procurement manager
Place of residence
Aotea, Porirua
Age
63
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Don Moore
Don Moore
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Kaikōura electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
7
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Frank Eijgenraam
Frank Eijgenraam
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Remutaka electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Supporting vibrant communities where people of all ages, ethnicities and social-economic backgrounds feel safe and valued. Relief of tax burdens and red tape for small and medium businesses, as they are the motor of the economy! Free full-time early childhood education form the age of three, and all can enjoy clean air, clean water and clean soil!
Why I’m running
My motto is 'working for you!' As a counsellor I listen to the real needs of the people I am working with. As your representative in parliament I will be listening carefully to you and the needs of the communities in Naenae, Avalon, Taita, Stokes Valley, Silverstream, the diverse suburbs of Upper Hutt, the Blue Mountains community and the Whitemans, Mangaroa and Akatawara valleys.
About me
Born in Wellington and of Dutch descent, I was an editor in the Netherlands of a national business weekly supporting small and medium business. Over the last 30 years I have been strengthening families across Aotearoa New Zealand. Living in Naenae since 2002, I am a professional counsellor supporting families, children and young people in Naenae and Upper Hutt, together with my wife Rosemary.
Party list rank
8
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Professional counsellor / editor
Place of residence
Naenae
Age
55
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Stan Smith
Stan Smith
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Taieri electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Abolish carbon and methane taxes on farming. Institute a law to ban NZ carbon credits being traded outside NZ. Overhaul the RMA and other progress limiting acts, to ensure they are fit for purpose.
Why I’m running
I believe New Zealand has a secret weapon for Covid-19 recovery – Its farmers and primary producers can feed the nations and bring wealth back to our nation. As a nation, we need a strong rural backbone and government policy must encourage and support this in every way possible. Successive governments have failed the primary industry. Rural communities have not been supported with adequate healthcare. Carbon and methane taxes are coming in. Farmers have been painted the villain by faux science.
About me
I have worked all my life in rural communities throughout New Zealand. I have had experience at a management level in sheep, beef, dairy, deer, rural training and ag contracting industries. I have project managed dairy conversions and passed on my skills to the next generation of young farmers. I have also worked with disadvantaged youth in rural communities, so I am very aware of the challenges they face. I believe a strong family unit will give a child the best start possible.
Party list rank
9
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Farm machinery sales manager
Place of residence
Balclutha
Age
39
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Gina Sunderland
Gina Sunderland
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
10
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Leighton Packer
Leighton Packer
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
11
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
12
Janice Epiha
Janice Epiha
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Te Tai Tokerau electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Advocate for housing solutions for Northland, due to the increased number of people in need of affordable homes. Work with communities, whanau and health providers to look for solutions to combat methamphetamine. Work with communities to ban 1080. Seek solutions to protect our environment, forests, flora, fauna, kiwi, awa, and moana.
Why I’m running
As a Christian I believe the window of opportunity for change has opened and I would like to meet with people including iwi leaders to look for solutions to address the current issues that we face at this point in time in our history. I am not able to do this on my own I want to be solution-focussed and I dont have all the answers. If we can do this together for Te Tai Tokerau let's give it our very best. My vision is to see the glory of God bless Ngapuhi-nui-tonu, its people, and heal their land.
About me
I have worked in Northland for many years in health, with the NDHB and a short time with Ngati Hine before studying at Te Wananga o Raukawa. I returned to my Iwi and managed our land claims for 10 years assisting them through two inquiry districts. I have worked for Te Runanga o Whaingaroa, volunteered with Nga Whetu o Te Wa Kaikohe and taken on a few independent contracts before retiring. I am currently active in delivering weekly food parcels to our local community and enjoy church life.
Party list rank
12
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Retired
Place of residence
Matauri Bay, Kaeo
Age
69
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Faye Lavaka Tangipa
Faye Lavaka Tangipa
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Kelston electorate
One Party
My local priorities
To protect and vigilantly secure the 'right above all rights', the right to life. Only God gives life. We oppose and reject any form that devalues life, all forms of euthanasia. The right to life comes from God. I support that cannabis drug use be prohibited and does not carry criminal penalties.
Party list rank
13
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Jackie West
Jackie West
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Invercargill electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Develop and strengthen Treaty relationships by localising New Zealand history from mana whenua. Increase social and mental health services to support students and teachers in Invercargill. Increase availability of housing in Invercargill. Address homelessness.
Why I’m running
The One party is a timely solution for anyone who feels conflicted by some of the laws that have been passed. This party is a strong Christian voice that champions Godly values and principles as a social reality as well as a political possibility. I am standing in the Invercargill electorate for One party because I have had a sense of conviction to be part of the change process. Gone are the days to vote left or right because of tradition. This election is about exercising common sense.
About me
I see the political platform as a natural progression of my experiences as an educational facilitator, conference presenter, public speaker and advocate. Some of the positions I have held are Tāmaki (Principal) of a Kura Kaupapa, cluster manager RTLB and national coordinator for NZRTLB Association. Currently I represent at regional and national levels of the teachers union PPTA. I enjoy the challenge of making something happen from sometimes nothing.
Party list rank
14
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
HOD Māori secondary school teacher
Place of residence
Invercargill
Age
50
2017 Result
Did not stand
15
Judith Terrill
Judith Terrill
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Southland electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Listen to the people of the Southland electorate to hear what their needs are for their community at this time. Advocate for the voice of the Southlander to be heard in parliament to bring about change where necessary. Promote and encourage tourism locally and nationally.
Why I’m running
I have a heart for Southland and it's surrounding areas. I was born in Winton and brought up on a farm just south of Winton. I care about rural Southland and the new inclusion of Alexandra, Clyde, Millers Flat and Roxbourgh. This area of our beautiful country has a lot going for it. I want to advocate for the people in the Southland electorate in parliament for their voices to be heard around the issues they face in everyday life.
About me
Having been a true blue Southlander being brought up with good morals and values and hard work. I now realise that these life qualities are missing in many areas of society. I believe every person is valuable and has something good to give to society if encouraged to do so. My work has been around social work, chaplaincy, fostering, prison work and pastoral care. Most of these roles have been voluntary work. I strive to see people succeed and reach their full potential.
Party list rank
15
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Foster parent recruitment officer
Place of residence
Strathern, Invercargill
Age
63
2017 Result
Did not stand
16
Ernest Packer
Ernest Packer
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
16
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Veronica King
Veronica King
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for East Coast electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Advocate for the protection of unborn children – One Party believes in the value of life and every life has value. Engage housing solutions – homelessness should not be an outcome for NZ families. Oppose euthanasia – support increased funding for palliative and other support services.
Why I’m running
Aotearoa NZ is the best country in the world to live and raise a family. My motivation to run is simple. I hold to a principle that children are a heritage from the Lord and are a nations richest treasure. Every child, young person and adult for that matter deserve to live, develop and prosper under a national environment that fashions this in a healthy safe way. Parliament is a privilege, not a right with a responsibility to decision-make for the well-being of a nation and her people.
About me
I currently live in Taupō but was born and raised in Gisborne. I have a wealth of experience in community engagement and development, welfare management in civil defence, social work facilitation and delivery, understanding of the non-for-profit, non-government sectors and 9 years in local government in a strategic partnership advisory role. My greatest challenge but now rewarding one was having to sole-parent my children. Now I am blessed with 21 grandchildren to enjoy. Value family.
Party list rank
17
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Strategic partnership advisor, local government
Place of residence
Taupō
Age
59
2017 Result
Did not stand
18
Gary Coffin
Gary Coffin
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Taupō electorate
One Party
My local priorities
To reinstate God the Father the one true God, Jesus Messiah and the Holy Spirit at the head of Aotearoa. Aotearoa realigned to the word of God the Bible, then this nation will start the process of recovery and restoration. To remove the two abominations introduced during lockdown the amendment's to the abortion bill and the hate speech bill.
Why I’m running
Aotearoa is a blessed nation that I believe needs to reinstate God the Father, Jesus Messiah, and the Holy Spirit over the head of Aotearoa. We have abandoned God the Father, Jesus Messiah and the Holy Spirit as a nation and the only way for this nation to climb out of the hole that we are currently in is through God the Father, Jesus Messiah and the Holy Spirit.
About me
Tokoroa is my home town, born and bred. I have had a number of professions the over the years, scaffolder, scaffolding tutor, I have owned an operated a scaffolding business and at this present time I am the senior pastor of Activate Church Tokoroa. I have been the senior pastor for over seven years.
Party list rank
18
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Pastor of Activate Church Tokoroa
Place of residence
Tokoroa
Age
63
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Korrallie Bailey-Taurua
Korrallie Bailey-Taurua
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Te Tai Hauāuru electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
19
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
20
Rattan Singh
Rattan Singh
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Manurewa electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
20
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Dollarina O'Sullivan
Dollarina O'Sullivan
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
21
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Sharon Devery
Sharon Devery
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Bay of Plenty electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Health – specifically mental health support. Housing – tenancy/landlord support and new builds. Economy – working to support SME's and post-Covid economic recovery.
Why I’m running
I want to provide a voice for others that feel that they do not have a voice, or are too young to have a voice of their own. I was saddened by the abortion laws that gave no voice to the unborn babies. As a parent myself, I know the joy that children bring to our lives. Those that have had their voice hidden for so long, because of fear or other reasons, deserve to be heard just as much as others.
About me
I have spent most of my life in the Bay of Plenty electorate. I have a strong work history working within government departments as well as working in property management and being self-employed. I have several qualifications in business, accounting, finance, family support and mentoring and am in the process of completing a Masters Degree.
Party list rank
22
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Self-employed and student
Place of residence
Tauranga
Age
32
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Paula Eason
Paula Eason
One Party
My local priorities
Advocating for the human rights of babies in the womb. I will strongly oppose the decriminalisation of abortion. I am a strong advocate of a holistic education system inclusive of mental, physical, spiritual and social development. I am committed to honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Why I’m running
I believe it is time for Māori and Pākehā Christians in Aotearoa to stand with one accord and champion the voice of righteousness, justice, truth and freedoms in our land. The church has played the silent, victimised and battered partner for too long – afraid to speak out against the lawlessness, injustices and ungodliness ravaging our families, our homes, our society. Enough is enough! It's time. We have a voice! It's time to be heard! No longer can we stay silent in this most urgent hour.
About me
I'm exceptionally passionate about education and learning, particularly when it comes to helping young people and women achieve success in all areas of their lives.  With a 20-year professional teaching background, 3 years as an online business mentor and coach, 17 years in church ministry and a lifetime of working with whanau – I think it is fair to say that being highly driven, self-motivated and dedicated to helping others succeed – is at the core of my life's greatest ambitions!
Party list rank
23
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Online business coach and mentor
Place of residence
Edgeware
Age
46
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Linda McLaughlin
Linda McLaughlin
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Wigram electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Advocate for human rights to justice and freedom for those who cannot speak for themselves from the unborn to the elderly. Advocate for improvement in basic services such as health, education and housing, support more affordable new homes. Advocate for increased funding into care facilities.
Why I’m running
I am blest to be alive and living in this beautiful Land New Zealand, I have decided to stand for this upcoming election to represent the people in New Zealand, and the Wigram electorate to do my very best in delivering services that are vital to the growth of this electorate and for New Zealand as a nation.
About me
I am currently working in Aidanfield, since 2016 and have grown to like the area, and see that there are unfinished business that needs addressing for this electorate, I stand to represent everyday Kiwi and our everyday struggles. As a wife and mother of two adult children I understand the struggles of working class family. I believe I have empathy to listen and understand the people in my electorate , I will do my best to deliver the best service to my electorate.
Party list rank
24
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Health care worker
Place of residence
Flaxton, North Canterbury
Age
44
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Melanie Petrowski
Melanie Petrowski
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Tukituki electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Abortion – support the best interest of the child, mother and father, and parental notification. Euthanasia – support the principle of 'every life has value'. Increase funding for palliative care and family services. Freedom of speech – support the freedom and right 'to agree to disagree' even when those opinions are unwelcome.
Why I’m running
I saw the decline of our nation of Aotearoa New Zealand when homelessness was at a sickening level under the National government. Social and economic issues became a priority. And since the Labour/Green/NZ First government has come into power, things have worsened. We now have the most extreme abortion law in the world, and we're looking at more kill bills. Righteousness, justice, truth and freedom needs to prevail and One Party stands for those basic human rights and will fight for them.
About me
I live in Hawke's Bay and during the last election, I was in Stuart Nash's volunteer team as I could only see Labour as the solution to the extreme homelessness the nation was suffering from at the time. A friend warned me of the disgusting abortion bill Labour were going to pass so I changed my mind. I then volunteered as New Conservatives' convener for the Tukituki electorate as they were the only Christian based party at the time, but didn't like Hobson's Pledge. I felt called to One Party.
Party list rank
25
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Student of social work
Place of residence
Flaxmere, Hastings
Age
44
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Yifat Goddard
Yifat Goddard
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
26
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Daniel Watts
Daniel Watts
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Whangārei electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Outlaw abortion on the grounds of disability and sex selection as this is discrimination. Support established and productive youth agencies in Whangārei with more funding. Lower the unemployment rate in Whangārei by creating a system which gets people from the benefit into employment.
Why I’m running
My personal belief is that all life is valued and may be different but is equal and should have equal rights and opportunities. When people see that you see the good/great in others then they begin to see it in themselves too. I have taught this approach to children, teachers and youth and want to promote all as capable and able regardless of culture, gender or ethnicity. I will endeavour to advocate for those not able or not as confident to stand for themselves.
About me
I have a strong sense of justice and hold honesty and transparency in the highest regard. As a politician I aim to work with others and not against plus always remember where I come from and who I am speaking on behalf of. My main focus would be changing the current laws around abortion, euthanasia and freedom of speech. For Whangārei specifically, I would love to support agencies that get people into work from the benefit and tautoko those who are already doing all they can as individuals.
Party list rank
27
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Full-time primary school teacher
Place of residence
Onerahi
Age
30
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Charlene Pehi
Charlene Pehi
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Mt Roskill electorate
One Party
My local priorities
I support the building of more affordable new homes to increase affordable housing options for all New Zealanders. Funding technology/innovative/visionary institutes and think-tanks to develop entrepreneurs and market innovators. I will not support advancements and investment in the 'adult entertainment' industry, alcohol, drugs or tobacco.
Why I’m running
Greetings to all – I am humbled to be standing this 2020 election for the candidacy role for Mount Roskill. As a servant to the people of this community I will only support policies that will strengthen the holistic well being of all New Zealanders from all backgrounds and ethnic groups. I will uphold all Godly values to help create a positive pathway that will give all generations to come, a hope and a future. (Jeremiah 29:11) Aotearoa New Zealand we are one.
About me
I'm married and have 3 adult children and 3 grandchildren. I grew up in an underdeveloped rural community called Taheke in the Hokianga so jobs were very hard to come by. Money was very scarce in our home so at the age of 14 I got my first job while attending Whangarei Girls High School. I have worked in a number of health and social service roles over the past 30 years which has given me an insight into the needs and the ongoing issues that people from all walks of life face in our nation.
Party list rank
28
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Kaiarahi (navigator) social services
Place of residence
Henderson
Age
47
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Khuram Malik
Khuram Malik
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for New Lynn electorate
One Party
My local priorities
To increase access to food for those who need a 'pick me up'. For greater confidence to build a functional society. To upgrade community based schools/institutions to bring at modern era. Every child is a future of the nation. To ensure more support for youth facing challenges. To address the undermined value and importance of youth.
Why I’m running
I believe New Zealand has a greater potential for its people and is the best country in the world to Live. In order to maintain the prestige of New Zealand, this is the time to stand up for what is right and just in the eyes of God. We all need to stand for justice and be a voice for fellow Kiwis to prosper and nurture future of Aotearoa.
About me
I have always served the community and been an advocate by standing, promoting and protecting the rights of people and helping our community to get back on their feet in challenging times. To put this into practice by breaking the cycle of poverty and inequality, I manage and direct the charitable organization Humanitarian Organization for Poverty Eradication.
Party list rank
29
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Mental health professional
Place of residence
Henderson
Age
43
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Jan Roberts
Jan Roberts
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
30
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Carolyn Shanly
Carolyn Shanly
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
31
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Dawn Rupapera
Dawn Rupapera
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
32
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Pisa Seala
Pisa Seala
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Ōtaki electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
33
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Te Rongopai Heta
Te Rongopai Heta
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Hamilton West electorate
One Party
My local priorities
Fund new recycling of glass plastic, car tyres and concrete to build strong homes instead of putting it in landfills. Oppose the cannabis referendum for health and safety in the work place as well its use denies people full time employment. Legislate a bill to contest the current abortion bill because all lives matter and it should be revised.
Why I’m running
I believe New Zealand is the greatest and safest nation in the world to live. I would often comment on how good it is living in a country that is at peace with our neighbours the Aussies and all our Pacific Island friends and family. NZ can still boast of its clean green image. fresh clean water on tap, excellent lamb, beef, pork, and wild game. I believe NZ is now a diverse and multicultural nation and it still has a lot to offer that is why I am standing to keep our image for our future generations.
About me
I was born in the Waikato my tribe Ngati Haua are the original people of the land What. I bring to the table is an understanding how indigenous peoples values and customs are similar to Māori I also bring a Māori perspective of the treaty. I have leadership skills and customer service skills. l especially love helping people to get the right answer to their question or to the right place. I am a professional in the workplace and understand the value that unity brings when working as a team.
Party list rank
34
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Environment Māori advisor
Place of residence
I live in Frankton
Age
59
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Richard Reeves
Richard Reeves
One Party
My local priorities
Advocate for common sense in the process of law-making especially to the sanctity of life. To utilise the abundant entrepreneurial talents that abide within this electorate. Oppose Dome Valley Landfill as I believe it is a total betrayal to the local Wellsford Community re: Supercity.
Why I’m running
I believe I am in a majority of New Zealanders who are in disappear and disbelief that the NZ Abortion Law 2020 was passed. I am standing with the intention to repeal the NZ Abortion Law 2020.
About me
My expertise has been in production within the horticultural industry and more recently within the building industry ensuring building sites run efficiently through good logistics and communication. I have a bachelor of horticulture science.
Party list rank
35
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Transportation and logistics
Place of residence
Kaiwaka and Kumeu
Age
60
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Dawn Rice
Dawn Rice
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
36
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Richard Noall
Richard Noall
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Why I’m running
I am concerned about the direction the current government is taking our country. I wish to be part of a positive alternative that values family and life from conception until natural death.
About me
I am married to Anna, and I am a father, grandfather and great-grandfather. My working life has had many and varied jobs, the main ones being building, farming, professional shooting and property development. At heart I am an outdoors adventurer, enjoying motorcycling, fishing and hunting.
Party list rank
37
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Property developer
Place of residence
Maungakaramea
Age
73
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Anna Noall
Anna Noall
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Why I’m running
I am concerned about the direction our current government is taking our country. I wish to be part of a positive alternative for government, which has a focus on the value of family and life from conception until natural death.
About me
I am married to Richard and enjoy sharing his rural Northland life and his children and grandchildren. Semi-retired now, the most significant parts of my working life were scientific research and teaching. Deep down I am a pioneer and explorer who has always loved travel, starting new projects, and taking on new challenges.
Party list rank
38
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
High school teacher
Place of residence
Maungakaramea
Age
69
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Alex McLaughlin
Alex McLaughlin
Not currently in parliamentList only candidate
One Party
My local priorities
Why I’m running
I feel the speed of change in the past three years has been too fast and too liberal. We have controversial issues being rushed through with an agenda to change the moral fabric of our NZ Identity, and I want to be able to help bring some common sense and balance back into these areas.
About me
I have been actively working in social work at the coalface of the community here in South Otago for the past 20 years. I have seen the effects government policies can have on those struggling with serious life issues. I relate well with rural people, young people and those on minimum wages.
Party list rank
39
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Pastor/chaplain/councillor
Place of residence
Balclutha
Age
62
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Ken Webb
Ken Webb
One Party
My local priorities
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand

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