Party lists in the New Zealand general election, 2005

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This page provides the party lists put forward in New Zealand's 2005 elections. Party lists determine (in the light of proportional voting) the appointment of list MPs under the MMP electoral system. Electoral law required submission of all party lists by 23 August 2005.

See also candidates by electorate and candidates by party.

Parliamentary parties[edit]

ACT New Zealand[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Rodney Hide Electorate Epsom 1 0 Green tickY Won Epsom
2 Heather Roy List Ohariu-Belmont Green tickY Elected from list
3 Muriel Newman List Whangarei Red XN Lost seat
4 Stephen Franks List Wellington Central Red XN Lost seat
5 Graham Scott
6 Ken Shirley List Tamaki Red XN Lost seat
7 Kenneth Wang List Mount Roskill Red XN Lost seat
8 Gerry Eckhoff List Otago Red XN Lost seat
9 Lindsay Mitchell Hutt South
10 Bronny Jacobsen Pakuranga
11 Simon Ewing-Jarvie Otaki
12 Jo Giles Ilam
13 Willie Martin Dunedin North
14 David Olsen Port Waikato
15 Hamish Stevens Manukau East
16 Andrew Jollands Taupo
17 Hardev Singh Brar
18 Lech Beltowski
19 Ian Beker Invercargill
20 Chris Brown Rodney
21 Kevin Gill West Coast-Tasman
22 John Waugh Rangitikei
23 Dianne Dawson Northcote
24 Kevin Murray Aoraki
25 Stephen Langford-Tebby Helensville
26 Gavin Middleton Rongotai
27 John Fraser Clutha-Southland
28 Francis Denz Tauranga
29 Elizabeth Barkla
30 Nigel Chetty
31 Scott Clune
32 Michael Collins Mana
33 Tetauru Emile Wigram
34 Andrew Falloon
35 Mike Heine Nelson
36 Kerry O'Connor New Plymouth
37 David Seymour Mount Albert
38 Helen Simpson Auckland Central
39 PJ White
40 Alan Wilden Dunedin South
41 Andrew Stone East Coast Bays
42 Barbara Steinijans New Lynn
43 John Riddel Waitakere
44 Carl Peterson Rotorua
45 John Peters Christchurch East
46 Julie Pepper
47 Tom McClelland Northland
48 Alex Mann Banks Peninsula
49 Michelle Lorenz Maungakiekie
50 Nigel Kearney Rimutaka
51 Nick Kearney North Shore
52 Mark Davies Piako
53 Steve Cox Hamilton West
54 Ray Bassett Coromandel
55 Brian Davidson Rakaia
56 Rebekah Holdaway Waimakariri
57 Shriley Marshall Christchurch Central
58 Pat O'Sullivan Kaikoura
59 Garry Mallett Hamilton East

Initially, ACT's list also included Andy Poulsen at 9th place and Roger Greenslade at 21st, but both candidates subsequently withdrew.

Green Party[edit]

  1. Jeanette Fitzsimons (MP)
  2. Rod Donald (MP)
  3. Sue Bradford (MP)
  4. Sue Kedgley (MP)
  5. Keith Locke (MP)
  6. Metiria Turei (MP)
  7. Nandor Tanczos (MP)
  8. Mike Ward (MP)
  9. Catherine Delahunty
  10. Russel Norman
  11. Steffan Browning
  12. David Clendon
  13. Luci Highfield
  14. Jon Carapiet
  15. Roland Sapsford
  16. Mojo Mathers
  17. Mikaere Curtis
  18. Paul Bruce
  19. Jeanette Elley
  20. Mua Strickson-Pua
  21. Richard Davies
  22. Lois Griffiths
  23. Natalie Cutler-Welsh
  24. Jane Pearce
  25. Lawrence O’Halloran
  26. Richard Green
  27. Claire Bleakley
  28. Irene Bentley
  29. Craig Carson
  30. Nicola Harvey
  31. Moea Armstrong
  32. Steve Bayliss
  33. Laura Beck
  34. Sarah Brown
  35. Terry Creighton
  36. John Davis
  37. Kath Dewar
  38. James Diack
  39. Liz Earth
  40. Kate Elsen
  41. Graham Evans
  42. Nick Fisher
  43. Robert Guyton
  44. Daniel Howard
  45. Philippa Jamieson
  46. Stephen Lee
  47. Alan Liefting
  48. Mary McCammon
  49. John Milnes
  50. Michael Morris
  51. Noel Peterson
  52. Paul Qualtrough
  53. Jacob Rawls
  54. Raewyn Saville
  55. Ian Stephens
  56. Richard Suggate
  57. Peter Thomlinson

Labour Party[edit]

  1. Helen Clark (MP)
  2. Michael Cullen (MP)
  3. Margaret Wilson (MP)
  4. Steve Maharey (MP)
  5. Parekura Horomia (MP)
  6. Phil Goff (MP)
  7. Annette King (MP)
  8. Trevor Mallard (MP)
  9. Marian Hobbs (MP)
  10. Dover Samuels (MP)
  11. Jim Sutton (MP)
  12. Pete Hodgson (MP)
  13. Taito Phillip Field (MP)
  14. Ruth Dyson (MP)
  15. Mita Ririnui (MP)
  16. Mark Burton (MP)
  17. Paul Swain (MP)
  18. Judith Tizard (MP)
  19. Chris Carter (MP)
  20. Winnie Laban (MP)
  21. Rick Barker (MP)
  22. Mahara Okeroa (MP)
  23. David Benson-Pope (MP)
  24. Jill Pettis (MP)
  25. Ashraf Choudhary (MP)
  26. Lianne Dalziel (MP)
  27. Shane Jones (MP)
  28. Dianne Yates (MP)
  29. Mark Gosche (MP)
  30. Ann Hartley (MP)
  31. David Cunliffe (MP)
  32. Martin Gallagher (MP)
  33. Stephanie Chadwick (MP)
  34. Darren Hughes (MP)
  35. Georgina Beyer (MP)
  36. Maryan Street (MP)
  37. David Parker (MP)
  38. Russell Fairbrother (MP)
  39. Dave Hereora (MP)
  40. Lynne Pillay (MP)
  41. Moana Mackey (MP)
  42. Sue Moroney (MP)
  43. Darien Fenton (MP)
  44. Charles Chauvel
  45. Lesley Soper
  46. Louisa Wall
  47. Su'a William Sio
  48. Brendon Burns
  49. Hamish McCracken
  50. Denise MacKenzie
  51. Max Purnell
  52. Wayne Harpur
  53. Leila Boyle
  54. Dinesh Tailor
  55. Phil Twyford
  56. Jen McCutcheon
  57. Chris Yoo
  58. Michael Wood
  59. Linda Hudson
  60. Stuart Nash
  61. Tony Milne
  62. David Talbot
  63. Marilyn Brown
  64. Anjum Rahman
  65. Eamon Daly
  66. Grant Duffy
  67. Judy Lawley
  68. Mike Mora
  69. Erin Ebborn-Gillespie
  70. Ai Lian Su
  71. Ghazala Anwar
  72. Paul Gibson
  73. Kelly-Ann Harvey
  74. Camille Nakhid

Eight sitting Labour MPs chose not to take list positions, namely: Tim Barnett, Clayton Cosgrove, Harry Duynhoven, George Hawkins, Nanaia Mahuta, Damien O'Connor, Ross Robertson, and John Tamihere. Rumour stated that the Labour Party initially gave George Hawkins a list placing, but that he withdrew after receiving a lower ranking than he had wanted.

Six candidates contested electorates without appearing on the list, namely: Sally Barrett, Julian Blanchard, Paul Chalmers, Tony Dunlop, Errol Mason, and Pauline Scott.

In addition, the Labour Party removed one candidate (Steven Ching) from the list after its first announcement. Ching originally had the ranking of number 42.

Māori Party[edit]

  1. Tariana Turia (MP)
  2. Pita Sharples (MP)
  3. Atareta Poananga
  4. Simon Wi Rutene
  5. Glenis Philip-Barbara
  6. Robert Consedine
  7. Pakake Winiata
  8. Morrie Love
  9. Angeline Greensill
  10. Te Ururoa Flavell (MP)
  11. Billy Maea
  12. Monte Ohia
  13. Te Orohi Paul
  14. Bronwyn Yates
  15. Charles Joe
  16. Mama Tere Strickland
  17. Malcolm Peri
  18. Tony Ruakere
  19. Hori Awa
  20. Brett Cowan
  21. Josie Peita
  22. Anne Fitzsimons
  23. Abe Hepi
  24. Ngahiwi Tomoana
  25. Tureiti Moxon
  26. Aroha Reriti Crofts
  27. John Harré
  28. Rangi McLean
  29. Tell Kuka
  30. Bill Puru
  31. Mere Rawiri-Tau
  32. Richard Orzecki
  33. Maraea Ropata
  34. Sonny Hosking
  35. Daryl Gregory
  36. Rangi Tawhiao
  37. Andre Meihana
  38. Solomon Matthews
  39. Adell Dick
  40. Gina Haremata-Crawford
  41. Raewyn Harrison
  42. Celia Hotene
  43. Awa Hudson
  44. Reimana Johnson
  45. Rahuia Kapa
  46. David King
  47. Aaron Makutu
  48. Kelvin Martin
  49. Merehora Taurua
  50. Francis Waaka
  51. Cissy Walker

National Party[edit]

  1. Don Brash (MP)
  2. Gerry Brownlee (MP)
  3. Simon Power (MP)
  4. Bill English (MP)
  5. Nick Smith (MP)
  6. Tony Ryall (MP)
  7. John Key (MP)
  8. David Carter (MP)
  9. Lockwood Smith (MP)
  10. Katherine Rich (MP)
  11. Murray McCully (MP)
  12. Judith Collins (MP)
  13. Tim Groser(MP)
  14. Wayne Mapp (MP)
  15. John Carter (MP)
  16. Richard Worth (MP)
  17. Maurice Williamson (MP)
  18. Clem Simich (MP)
  19. Georgina Te Heuheu (MP)
  20. Pansy Wong (MP)
  21. Shane Ardern (MP)
  22. Phil Heatley (MP)
  23. Paul Hutchison (MP)
  24. Lindsay Tisch (MP)
  25. Brian Connell (MP)
  26. Sandra Goudie (MP)
  27. Chris Finlayson (MP)
  28. Nicky Wagner (MP)
  29. Tau Henare (MP)
  30. Allan Peachey (MP)
  31. Jo Goodhew (MP)
  32. David Bennett (MP)
  33. Chester Borrows (MP)
  34. Chris Auchinvole (MP)
  35. Jonathan Coleman (MP)
  36. Mark Blumsky (MP)
  37. Eric Roy (MP)
  38. Kate Wilkinson (MP)
  39. Nathan Guy (MP)
  40. Jacqui Dean (MP)
  41. Jackie Blue (MP)
  42. Colin King (MP)
  43. Anne Tolley (MP)
  44. Craig Foss (MP)
  45. Paula Bennett (MP)
  46. Katrina Shanks (MP)
  47. Fepulea’i Ulua’ipou Aiono
  48. Ravi Musuku
  49. Bob Clarkson (MP)
  50. John Hayes (MP)
  51. Moira Irving
  52. Chris Tremain (MP)
  53. Mita Harris
  54. Mike Leddy
  55. Conway Powell
  56. David Round
  57. Gilbert Stehbens
  58. Ken Yee
  59. Paul Goldsmith
  60. Malcolm Plimmer
  61. Nicola Young
  62. Tim Macindoe
  63. Alison Lomax
  64. Weston Kirton
  65. Rosemarie Thomas

New Zealand First Party[edit]

  1. Winston Peters (MP)
  2. Peter Brown (MP)
  3. Brian Donnelly (MP)
  4. Ron Mark (MP)
  5. Doug Woolerton (MP)
  6. Barbara Stewart (MP)
  7. Pita Paraone (MP)
  8. Susan Baragwanath
  9. Jim Peters (MP)
  10. Dail Jones (MP)
  11. Craig McNair (MP)
  12. Edwin Perry (MP)
  13. Bill Gudgeon (MP)
  14. Brent Catchpole (MP)
  15. Joe Williams
  16. John Foote
  17. Fletcher Tabuteau
  18. Alan Heward
  19. Kristin Campbell Smith
  20. Kerry Lundy
  21. David Fowler
  22. Brendan Stewart
  23. Brett Webster
  24. Bob Daw
  25. Murray Strawbridge
  26. Moetu Davis
  27. Toa Greening
  28. Dave Mackie
  29. Anne Martin
  30. Julian Batchelor
  31. Chris Perry
  32. Lindy Palmer
  33. Brian M Roswell
  34. Joe Glen
  35. James Mist
  36. Howard Levarko
  37. Paul Trevor Manning
  38. Tim Manu
  39. Kevin Gardener
  40. Graham Odering

Jim Anderton's Progressive[edit]

  1. Jim Anderton (MP)
  2. Matt Robson (MP)
  3. Grant Gillon
  4. Megan Woods
  5. John Wright
  6. Sione Fonua
  7. Vivienne Shepherd
  8. Meng Ly
  9. Fatima Ashrafi
  10. Barry Wilson
  11. Fale Leleisiuao
  12. Russell Franklin
  13. Paula Gillon
  14. Phil Clearwater
  15. Trevor Barnard
  16. Raghbir Singh
  17. Brenda Hill
  18. Fiona Beazley
  19. Russell Caldwell
  20. David Reeks
  21. John Maurice
  22. Mohammad Kazemi-Yazdi
  23. Heka Taefu
  24. Veronique Stewart-Ward
  25. Zemin Zhang
  26. Julian Aaron
  27. Suki Amirapu
  28. Anette Anderson
  29. Sukhdev Bains
  30. Peter Banks
  31. James Boyack
  32. Ian Donald
  33. Lew Holland
  34. Karandeep Singh Lall
  35. Claire Main
  36. Phillipa Main
  37. Jacqueline McAlpine
  38. James Palmer
  39. Max Panirau
  40. David Parkyn
  41. Dawn Patchett
  42. Tala Po'e
  43. Pavitra Roy
  44. Elspeth Sandys
  45. Tony Sharrock
  46. Barry Silcock
  47. Karen Silcock
  48. David Somerset
  49. Petronella Townsend
  50. Martin Vaughan
  51. Jenny Wilson

United Future New Zealand[edit]

  1. Peter Dunne (MP)
  2. Judy Turner (MP)
  3. Gordon Copeland (MP)
  4. Marc Alexander (MP)
  5. Larry Baldock (MP)
  6. Murray Smith (MP)
  7. Paul Check (ORNZ)
  8. Janet Tuck
  9. Bernie Ogilvy (MP)
  10. Graeme Reeves
  11. Russell Judd (ORNZ)
  12. Hannah Baral
  13. Joy Lietze
  14. Neville Wilson
  15. Richard Barter
  16. Steve Taylor
  17. Ian McInnes
  18. Ross Tizard
  19. Fiona McKenzie
  20. Graeme Barr
  21. John Walker (ORNZ)
  22. Ram Parkash
  23. Ralph Kennard
  24. Jayati Prasad
  25. Vanessa Roberts
  26. Gerald Telford (ORNZ)
  27. Robin Loomes
  28. Robyn Jackson
  29. Tony Gordon
  30. Greg Graydon
  31. Martyn Seddon
  32. Bernard McClelland
  33. Beth Stone (ORNZ)
  34. Robin Westley
  35. Anne Drake
  36. Noel Hinton
  37. Michael Satur
  38. Diane Brown
  39. Steve Dromgool
  40. Andrea Deeth
  41. Mark Peters
  42. Pauline Moffat
  43. Dennis Wells
  44. Milton Osbourne (ORNZ)
  45. Garry Pedersen (ORNZ)
  46. John Pickering
  47. Adam Archer (ORNZ)
  48. Neil Linscott (ORNZ)
  49. Barry Hayes
  50. Janita Stuart
  51. Dianne Wilson
  52. James Rudd
  53. Peter Mountain
  54. Lee Robertson
  55. John van Buren (WIN)
  56. Jeff Leigh
  57. Matt Collier

The tag "ORNZ" indicates a candidate's membership of Outdoor Recreation NZ, which affiliated with the United Future party for the 2005 elections.

The tag "WIN" indicates a candidate's membership of The WIN Party,which affiliated with the United Future party for the 2005 elections.

Initially, Paul Adams and his daughter Sharee Adams appeared on the list, ranked 10th and 17th, respectively. Adams later decided to stand as an independent, however, and his daughter also withdrew.

Other parties[edit]

99 MP Party[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Margaret Robertson
2 Ramasmy Ramanathan

Alliance[edit]

  1. Jill Ovens
  2. Paul Piesse
  3. Andrew McKenzie
  4. Jill Fairey
  5. Kane O'Connell
  6. Len Richards
  7. Jim Flynn
  8. Victor Billot
  9. Margaret Jeune
  10. Bob van Ruyssevelt
  11. Tom Dowie
  12. Chris Ford
  13. Quentin Findlay
  14. Kelly Buchanan
  15. Joe Hendren
  16. Gail Marmont
  17. Paul Protheroe
  18. Greg Kleis
  19. Sandra Ethell
  20. Colin Pounder
  21. Bob Harrison
  22. Peta Knibb
  23. Marvin Hubbard
  24. Francie Haslemore
  25. Norman MacRitchie
  26. Eric Gamble
  27. Lynda Boyd
  28. Jocelyn Brooks
  29. Nick Corlett
  30. Nick Scullin

Christian Heritage NZ[edit]

  1. Ewen McQueen
  2. Derek Blight
  3. Nick Barber
  4. Betty Jenkins
  5. Mark Jones
  6. Joy Jones

Democrats For Social Credit[edit]

  1. Stephnie de Ruyter
  2. John Pemberton
  3. David Wilson
  4. Richard Prosser
  5. John Steemson
  6. Katherine Ransom
  7. John Kilbride
  8. Mark Atkin
  9. Heather M. Smith
  10. David Tranter
  11. Ken Goodhue
  12. Malcom Murchie
  13. Ross Weddell
  14. David Espin
  15. Ross Hayward
  16. Bruce Stirling
  17. Karl Hewlett
  18. Ron England
  19. Kelly Pemberton
  20. Bob Warren
  21. David Wood
  22. Mary Weddell
  23. Allen Cookson
  24. Barry Pulford
  25. Hessel van Wieren
  26. Alida Steemson
  27. Bob Fox
  28. Coralie Leyland
  29. John Rawson

Destiny New Zealand[edit]

  1. Richard Lewis
  2. David Jesze
  3. Elaine Herbert
  4. Hadyn Solomon
  5. Nigel Heslop
  6. Edward Saafi
  7. Anita Breach
  8. Charles Te Kowhai
  9. David Knight
  10. Hawea Vercoe
  11. Neils Jensen
  12. Tauwehe Hemahema-Tamati
  13. Rod Gabb
  14. Hemi Te Wano
  15. Stephen Sinnott
  16. Anne Williamson
  17. Kerin Roberts
  18. Peter Johnston
  19. John Kotoisuva
  20. Karen Penney
  21. Colin Ranby
  22. Tala Leiasamaivao
  23. Paul Hubble
  24. Roberta Maxwell
  25. Tony Harrison
  26. Brent Daglish
  27. Jason Thomson
  28. Maru Samuel
  29. Stephen Brown
  30. Bill Sadler
  31. Ernest Morton
  32. Ned So'e
  33. David Isaachsen
  34. Mason Lee
  35. Stan Green
  36. Patrick Komene
  37. Tony Ford
  38. Maureen Vincent
  39. Albert Wipani
  40. Brian Ane
  41. Tauha Te Kani
  42. Rod Keven

Direct Democracy Party[edit]

  1. Kelvyn Alp
  2. Paul Teio
  3. Dilip Rupa
  4. Patrick Fahy
  5. Mike Roberson
  6. Simon Guy
  7. Gary Burch
  8. Kevin Smith
  9. Kevin Moore
  10. Kyle Chapman
  11. Rex Newey
  12. Gregory Trichon
  13. Alona Covich
  14. Eugene Opai
  15. Seira Perese
  16. Tin Chan
  17. Helen Koster
  18. Craig Stratton
  19. Alastair Anderson
  20. Anton Foljambe
  21. Robert T Atack
  22. Leanne Martinovich
  23. Grant Burch
  24. Howard Ponga
  25. John Sullivan
  26. Colin Punter
  27. Mel Whaanga
  28. Jason Anderson
  29. Jason Orme
  30. Barry Scott
  31. Scott Burch
  32. Craig Guy

New Zealand Family Rights Protection Party[edit]

  1. Susi Pa'o Williams
  2. Tapu Po-Wihongi
  3. Christine Reid
  4. Lale Ene-Ulugia
  5. John Ulberg
  6. Ane' Kerisome-Strickland
  7. Siniva Papali'i
  8. Amelia Malia Fepulea'i
  9. Tangata Haurua-Greig
  10. Stella Browne-Knowles
  11. Papali'itele Malietoa
  12. Edward Kay Ulberg
  13. Etevise Fuiava
  14. Souvenir Sanerivi
  15. Manogitulua Head
  16. Kearlene Ulberg
  17. Christie Greig
  18. Rafaele Vaifale

Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party[edit]

  1. Michael Appleby
  2. Michael Allan Britnell
  3. Judy Daniels
  4. Paula Lambert
  5. Irinka Britnell
  6. Kevin Patrick O'Connell
  7. Paul McMullan
  8. Steven Wilkinson
  9. Judy Matangi
  10. Jason Baker-Sherman
  11. Peter Green
  12. Neville Yates
  13. Philip Pophristoff

Libertarianz[edit]

  1. Bernard Darnton
  2. Julian Pistorius
  3. Tim Wikiriwhi
  4. Susan Ryder
  5. Peter Cresswell
  6. Colin Cross
  7. Helen Hughes
  8. Russell Watkins
  9. Peter Linton
  10. Mike Webber
  11. Robin Thomsen
  12. Phil Howison
  13. Michael Murphy
  14. Tina White
  15. Andrew Bates
  16. Richard Goode
  17. Luke Howison
  18. Rob Bedingfield
  19. Mike Gordge
  20. Chris Robertson
  21. Peter Osborne
  22. Barry Cole
  23. Don Rowberry
  24. Wim Verhoeven
  25. Elliot Smith
  26. Nik Haden
  27. Terry Verhoeven
  28. Robert Palmer

OneNZ[edit]

  1. Ian Brougham
  2. Richard Fisher
  3. James White
  4. John Porter
  5. Janet Walters
  6. Lanya Murray

Outdoor Recreation[edit]

In the 2005 elections, Outdoor Recreation NZ stood in affiliation with United Future, and all Outdoor Recreation candidates stood under the United Future banner. Outdoor Recreation therefore had no list of its own. However, the United Future section of this page identifies those candidates attached to Outdoor Recreation.

The Republic of New Zealand Party[edit]

  1. Kerry Bevin
  2. Wayne Hawkins
  3. Debra Potroz
  4. Jack Gielen
  5. Steven Hart
  6. Gilbert Parker

New Zealand National Front Party

  1. Sid Wilson

Equal Values Party

  1. Adele Hughes

Economic Euthenics Party

  1. Michael Hansen

Rangitikei First Party

  1. Richard Peirce

Human Rights Party

  1. Anthony Van Den Heuvel
  2. Anthony Ravlich

Restore All Things In Christ Party

  1. Robert Wansink

Anti-Capitallist Alliance

  1. Byron Clark
  2. Paul Hopkinson
  3. Jared Phillips
  4. Jasmine Freemantle
  5. Mark Muller
  6. Daphna Whitmore
  7. Sam Kingi
  8. Stephen Hay

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