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Vision New Zealand is a Christian nationalist party that describes itself as supporting family focused policy. Socially conservative, the party has expressed opposition to immigration, homosexuality and abortion, and seeks to remove the right of permanent residents to vote. It is led by Hannah Tamaki, wife of Destiny Church leader Brian Tamaki, who established the now defunct Destiny New Zealand party in 2003. Vision NZ was registered in 2019 to contest the 2020 election.

Hannah Tamaki

Leader

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  • Year founded 2019
  • Times in government 0
  • Current MPs 0
  • Electorate seats held0
  • Donations received 2017-2019 $0.00
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Hannah Tamaki
Hannah Tamaki
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Waiariki electorate
Vision NZ
My local priorities
Implement our Whakamana Hapu, Empowering Family policies. New Zealand urgently needs family-friendly policies. Establish a Māori economy that provides housing for families at zero percent interest and finance for new business. Ban 1080, beginning with a total ban in Waiariki, and create new business in furs.
Why I’m running
Politics is that platform where I can be an advocate for those Kiwis, like me, who feel strongly that we are role models to those following behind us. As leaders of our families, and communities, we owe it to the next generation to hand them a legacy that is intact, to make decisions that add to their future not sabotage it. I believe my values are Kiwi values and I want to make New Zealand the best country in the world to live and raise a family in. A country where everybody matters.
About me
Faith and family are very important to me. While I can lay claim to many achievements, my greatest achievement are our three children, ten grandchildren and now two great-grandchildren. I have the joy of living in a four-generational household so I know how a healthy, well-run family works. I have also spent 40 years working on the ground with people from diverse communities and I have pioneered many initiatives. It is this experience that I bring to politics.
Party list rank
1
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Minister, company director
Place of residence
Tihiotonga, Rotorua/Drury
Age
59
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Destry Murphy
Destry Murphy
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Hamilton East electorate
Vision NZ
My local priorities
Family protection and safety: where every person feels safe and is safe within their community. Housing: where everyone should have the opportunity to own their own home. Poverty: where we will give people a hand-up not a hand-out.
Why I’m running
I disagree with the horrific Abortion Legislation Act of 2020 – one of the most extreme abortion laws in the world – and stand to repeal it. I am against the laws the current government have passed and will fight to protect unborn babies. Where the human rights of the baby in the womb are not considered; where late term abortions up to birth are legal and where there is no born-alive provision. It's time to empower people and families more than politicians.
About me
Born and raised in Enderley in the Hamilton East Electorate. Very passionate about seeing people and families prospering, with a focus to protect family values.
Party list rank
2
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Iwi liaison officer, Waikato police
Place of residence
Dinsdale, Hamilton
Age
51
2017 Result
Did not stand
3
Sonny Wilcox
Sonny Wilcox
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Manurewa electorate
Vision NZ
My local priorities
Strengthen families – the health and strength of our families determines the health and strength of our nation. Put Kiwi citizens first not last – priority allocation of resource, support and expertise is given to NZ citizens first. Supporting local businesses – we must pandemic proof our economy by pushing support and resources to our NZ businesses.
Why I’m running
I am standing this year because of my concern for the future of New Zealand in particular the loss of our national identity, our values and principles with my greatest concern being the health and wellbeing of our most vulnerable whānau and communities both now and into the future.
About me
I am a devout Māori, Christian man who is all about building strong families. My greatest desire is to see others succeed. I've lived and worked in the South Auckland communities in the NZ police and as a lecturer in two major tertiary institutions for over 15 years and have seen the plight of our most vulnerable and my determination is to do all I can in my passion and experience to lift the quality of life and wellbeing for these communities and indeed all people of Aotearoa.
Party list rank
3
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Company director and consultant
Place of residence
South Auckland
Age
42
2017 Result
Did not stand
4
George Ngatai
George Ngatai
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Takanini electorate
Vision NZ
My local priorities
Supporting those New Zealanders affected by Covid-19, back to work by contributing to employment over a 12-month period. Affordable healthcare access for all New Zealanders at $2.00 per week per family. Kiwi first home owners receive support of zero percent interest on their first home.
Why I’m running
To represent the people who need a voice to speak for them and to also make a difference for at-risk communities.
About me
I'm a Christian, married to the gorgeous Raewyn and together we have a beautiful whānau including our grandchildren who also live with us. Our Whānau Ora practices are rolled out throughout the country. Not only are we busy providing quality medical care and Covid-19 testing, counselling, employment services and restorative Justice, we meet the immediate needs of the community providing food packs to those in need. I was humbled when peer-nominated and awarded the Queens Service Medal.
Party list rank
4
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Director
Place of residence
Flatbush Manukau
Age
49
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Paris Winiata
Paris Winiata
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Hutt South electorate
Vision NZ
My local priorities
Party list rank
5
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand

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