|Parliament of New Zealand|
McLean was selected as the National candidate after Robert Anderson, the incumbent National MP for the abolished Kaimai seat, withdrew due to illness. McLean remained in Parliament for only one term, being defeated by Green Party co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons in the 1999 elections by 250 votes. As he was not on National's party list, he did not remain in Parliament.
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|New Zealand Parliament|
Constituency recreated after abolition in 1993
Title last held byGraeme Lee
|Member of Parliament for Coromandel
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