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 election. Party lists determine (in the light of proportional voting) the appointment of list MPs under the mixed-member proportional (MMP) electoral system. Electoral law required submission of all party lists by 23 August 2005.

Parliamentary parties[edit]

The following parties gained representation:[1]

ACT New Zealand[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
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000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Rodney Hide Electorate Epsom 2 +1 Green tickY Won Epsom Party leader
2 Heather Roy List Ohariu-Belmont 9 +7 Green tickY Elected from list
3 Muriel Newman List Whangarei 3 0 Red XN Lost seat
4 Stephen Franks List Wellington Central 4 0 Red XN Lost seat
5 Graham Scott
6 Ken Shirley List Tamaki 7 +1 Red XN Lost seat
7 Kenneth Wang List Mount Roskill 10 +3 Red XN Lost seat
8 Gerry Eckhoff List Otago 8 0 Red XN Lost seat
9 Lindsay Mitchell Hutt South
10 Bronny Jacobsen Pakuranga
11 Simon Ewing-Jarvie Otaki 41 +30
12 Jo Giles Ilam
13 Willie Martin Dunedin North 18 +5
14 David Olsen Port Waikato 17 +3
15 Hamish Stevens Manukau East
16 Andrew Jollands Taupo 26 +10
17 Hardev Singh Brar
18 Lech Beltowski 21 +3
19 Ian Beker Invercargill
20 Chris Brown Rodney
21 Kevin Gill West Coast-Tasman
22 John Waugh Rangitikei 57 +35
23 Dianne Dawson Northcote 39 +16
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 Riddell Waitakere 49 +6
44 Carl Peterson Rotorua
45 John Peters Christchurch East 32 -13
46 Julie Pepper 47 +1
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 35 -19
55 Brian Davidson Rakaia
56 Rebekah Holdaway Waimakariri
57 Shriley Marshall Christchurch Central 30 -27
58 Pat O'Sullivan Kaikoura
59 Garry Mallett Hamilton East
not listed Bruce Haycock Te Atatu
not listed Iain Ogilvie Clevedon
not listed John Ormond Tukituki
not listed Glen Snelgar Manurewa listed 33 in 2002 election
not listed Richard Steele Taranaki-King Country
not listed Graeme Tulloch Wairarapa

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

Green Party[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
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000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Jeanette Fitzsimons List Coromandel 1 0 Green tickY Elected from list
2 Rod Donald List Banks Peninsula 2 0 Green tickY Elected from list Died before being sworn in. Replaced by Nándor Tánczos
3 Sue Bradford List Northland 3 0 Green tickY Elected from list
4 Sue Kedgley List Wellington Central 5 +1 Green tickY Elected from list
5 Keith Locke List Epsom 7 +2 Green tickY Elected from list
6 Metiria Turei List Te Tai Tonga 8 +2 Green tickY Elected from list
7 Nándor Tánczos List Auckland Central 4 -3 Red XN Lost seat Green tickY Replaced Rod Donald in 2005. Red XN Left parliament in 2008
8 Mike Ward List Nelson 9 +1 Red XN Lost seat
9 Catherine Delahunty East Coast 10 +1
10 Russel Norman 17 +7 Green tickY Replaced Nándor Tánczos in 2008
11 Steffan Browning Kaikoura 19 +8
12 David Clendon Waitakere
13 Luci Highfield Rongotai
14 Jon Carapiet Mount Albert 13 -1
15 Roland Sapsford Ohariu-Belmont 11 -4
16 Mojo Mathers Rakaia
17 Mikaere Curtis
18 Paul Bruce Hutt South 34 +16
19 Jeanette Elley East Coast Bays 42 +23
20 Mua Strickson-Pua Mangere
21 Richard Davies West Coast-Tasman 14 -7
22 Lois Griffiths Ilam 48 +26
23 Natalie Cutler-Welsh Christchurch Central
24 Jane Pearce Otago
25 Lawrence O'Halloran Palmerston North
26 Richard Green New Lynn 46 +20
27 Claire Bleakley Wairarapa
28 Irene Bentley Manukau East
29 Craig Carson Invercargill 35 +6
30 Nicola Harvey Mana
31 Moea Armstrong Whangarei
32 Steve Bayliss Clevedon
33 Laura Beck
34 Sarah Brown New Plymouth
35 Terry Creighton Napier 36 +1
36 John Davis Taupo
37 Kath Dewar Te Atatu
38 James Diack
39 Liz Earth Tukituki
40 Kate Elsen Aoraki
41 Graham Evans Rodney
42 Nick Fisher Otaki 44 +2
43 Robert Guyton Clutha-Southland
44 Daniel Howard Hamilton East
45 Philippa Jamieson Dunedin North
46 Stephen Lee Piako 52 +6
47 Alan Liefting Waimakariri
48 Mary McCammon Christchurch East 56 +8
49 John Milnes Whanganui
50 Michael Morris Rimutaka
51 Noel Peterson Tauranga
52 Paul Qualtrough Maungakiekie
53 Jacob Rawls
54 Raewyn Saville Rotorua
55 Ian Stephens Bay of Plenty
56 Richard Suggate Wigram
57 Peter Thomlinson Dunedin South

Labour 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 Helen Clark Electorate Mt Albert 1 0 Green tickY Won Mt Albert
2 Michael Cullen List 2 0 Green tickY Elected from list
3 Margaret Wilson List 9 +6 Green tickY Elected from list
4 Steve Maharey Electorate Palmerston North 4 0 Green tickY Won Palmerston North
5 Parekura Horomia Electorate Ikaroa-Rāwhiti 5 0 Green tickY Won Ikaroa-Rāwhiti
6 Phil Goff Electorate Mt Roskill 6 0 Green tickY Won Mt Roskill
7 Annette King Electorate Rongotai 7 0 Green tickY Won Rongotai
8 Trevor Mallard Electorate Hutt South 12 +4 Green tickY Won Hutt South
9 Marian Hobbs Electorate Wellington Central 17 +8 Green tickY Won Wellington Central
10 Dover Samuels Electorate Te Tai Tokerau 11 +1 Green tickY Elected from list
11 Jim Sutton Electorate Aoraki 8 -3 Green tickY Elected from list Red XN Left parliament in 2006
12 Pete Hodgson Electorate Dunedin North 13 +1 Green tickY Won Dunedin North
13 Taito Phillip Field Electorate Mangere Green tickY Won Mangere
14 Ruth Dyson Electorate Banks Peninsula 22 +8 Green tickY Won Banks Peninsula
15 Mita Ririnui Electorate Waiariki 32 +17 Green tickY Elected from list
16 Mark Burton Electorate Taupo 16 0 Green tickY Won Taupo
17 Paul Swain Electorate Rimutaka 18 +1 Green tickY Won Rimutaka
18 Judith Tizard Electorate Auckland Central 21 +3 Green tickY Won Auckland Central
19 Chris Carter Electorate Te Atatu 25 +6 Green tickY Won Te Atatu
20 Winnie Laban Electorate Mana 20 0 Green tickY Won Mana
21 Rick Barker Electorate Tukituki 24 +3 Green tickY Elected from list
22 Mahara Okeroa Electorate Te Tai Tonga 33 +11 Green tickY Won Te Tai Tonga
23 David Benson-Pope Electorate Dunedin South 36 +13 Green tickY Won Dunedin South
24 Jill Pettis Electorate Whanganui 27 +3 Green tickY Elected from list
25 Ashraf Choudhary List 40 +15 Green tickY Elected from list
26 Lianne Dalziel Electorate Christchurch East 14 -12 Green tickY Won Christchurch East
27 Shane Jones Northland Green tickY Elected from list
28 Dianne Yates Electorate Hamilton East 29 +1 Green tickY Elected from list Red XN Left parliament in 2008
29 Mark Gosche Electorate Maungakiekie 10 -19 Green tickY Won Maungakiekie
30 Ann Hartley Electorate Northcote 35 +5 Green tickY Elected from list Red XN Left parliament in 2008
31 David Cunliffe Electorate New Lynn 37 +6 Green tickY Won New Lynn
32 Martin Gallagher Electorate Hamilton West 31 -1 Green tickY Won Hamilton West
33 Steve Chadwick Electorate Rotorua 34 +1 Green tickY Won Rotorua
34 Darren Hughes Electorate Otaki 51 +17 Green tickY Won Otaki
35 Georgina Beyer Electorate Wairarapa 23 -12 Green tickY Elected from list Red XN Left parliament in 2007
36 Maryan Street Taranaki-King Country Green tickY Elected from list
37 David Parker Electorate Otago 47 +10 Green tickY Elected from list
38 Russell Fairbrother Electorate Napier Green tickY Elected from list
39 Dave Hereora List Clevedon 38 -1 Green tickY Elected from list
40 Lynne Pillay Electorate Waitakere 39 -1 Green tickY Won Waitakere
41 Moana Mackey List East Coast 41 0 Green tickY Elected from list
42 Sue Moroney Piako Green tickY Elected from list
43 Darien Fenton Green tickY Elected from list
44 Charles Chauvel Ohariu-Belmont Green tickY Replaced Jim Sutton in 2006
45 Lesley Soper List 42 -3 Green tickY Replaced Georgina Beyer in 2007
46 Louisa Wall Port Waikato 49 +3 Green tickY Replaced Ann Hartley in 2008
47 William Sio Green tickY Replaced Dianne Yates in 2008
48 Brendon Burns Kaikoura 48 0
49 Hamish McCracken East Coast Bays 52 +3
50 Denise MacKenzie Wairarapa 63 +13
51 Max Purnell Coromandel 44 -7
52 Wayne Harpur Invercargill
53 Leila Boyle Tamaki 57 +4
54 Dinesh Tailor 65 +11
55 Phil Twyford North Shore
56 Jen McCutcheon Nelson
57 Chris Yoo
58 Michael Wood Pakuranga
59 Linda Hudson
60 Stuart Nash Epsom
61 Tony Milne Rakaia
62 David Talbot Clutha-Southland
63 Marilyn Brown Rangitikei
64 Anjum Rahman
65 Eamon Daly 53 -12
66 Judy Lawley Helensville
67 Mike Mora Wigram 67 0
68 Erin Ebborn-Gillespie
69 Ailian Su
70 Ghazala Anwar
71 Paul Gibson 60 -11
72 Kelly-Ann Harvey
73 Camille Nakhid
74 Ola Kamel 70 -4
75 Andrea Bather

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]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Tariana Turia Electorate Te Tai Hauāuru Green tickY Won Te Tai Hauāuru
2 Pita Sharples Tāmaki Makaurau Green tickY Won Tāmaki Makaurau
3 Atareta Poananga Ikaroa-Rāwhiti
4 Simon Wi Rutene
5 Glenis Philip-Barbara
6 Robert Consedine
7 Pakake Winiata
8 Morris Love Rongotai
9 Angeline Greensill Tainui
10 Te Ururoa Flavell Waiariki Green tickY Won Waiariki
11 Billy Maea Taupo
12 Monte Ohia Te Tai Tonga
13 Te Orohi Paul Bay of Plenty
14 Bronwyn Yates Auckland Central
15 Charles Joe Waitakere
16 Mama Tere Strickland Manukau East
17 Malcolm Peri Northland
18 Tony Ruakere New Plymouth
19 Hori Awa Piako
20 Brett Cowan Kaikoura
21 Josie Peita Port Waikato
22 Anne Fitzsimon Nelson
23 Abe Hepi Rangitikei
24 Ngahiwi Tomoana Tukituki
25 Tureiti Moxon Hamilton West
26 Aroha Reriti-Crofts
27 John Harré East Coast
28 Rangi McLean Manurewa
29 Tell Kuka
30 Bill Puru Maungakiekie
31 Mere Rawiri-Tau
32 Richard Orzecki Otaki
33 Maraea Ropata Hutt South
34 Sonny Hosking Mana
35 Daryl Gregory Christchurch Central
36 Rangi Tawhiao Whangarei
37 Andre Meihana
38 Solomon Matthews Mangere
39 Adell Dick Rodney
40 Gina Haremata-Crawford Invercargill
41 Raewyn Harrison North Shore
42 Celia Hotene
43 Awa Hudson Helensville
44 Reimana Johnson
45 Rahuia Kapa East Coast Bays
46 David King
47 Aaron Makutu Whanganui
48 Kelvin Martin Te Atatu
49 Merehora Taurua
50 Francis Waaka Northcote
51 Cissy Walker Wairarapa
not listed Potaua Biasiny-Tule Hamilton East
not listed Hone Harawira Te Tai Tokerau Green tickY Won Te Tai Tokerau

National 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 Don Brash List 5 +4 Green tickY Elected from list Red XN Left parliament in 2007
2 Gerry Brownlee Electorate Ilam 9 +7 Green tickY Won Ilam
3 Simon Power Electorate Rangitikei 13 +10 Green tickY Won Rangitikei
4 Bill English Electorate Clutha-Southland 1 -3 Green tickY Won Clutha-Southland
5 Nick Smith Electorate Nelson 3 -2 Green tickY Won Nelson
6 Tony Ryall Electorate Bay of Plenty 8 +2 Green tickY Won Bay of Plenty
7 John Key Electorate Helensville 43 +36 Green tickY Won Helensville
8 David Carter Electorate Northland 4 -4 Green tickY Won Northland
9 Lockwood Smith Electorate Rodney 11 +2 Green tickY Won Rodney
10 Katherine Rich List Dunedin North 14 +4 Green tickY Elected from list
11 Murray McCully Electorate East Coast Bays Green tickY Won East Coast Bays
12 Judith Collins Electorate Clevedon 48 +36 Green tickY Won Clevedon
13 Tim Groser Green tickY Elected from list
14 Wayne Mapp Electorate North Shore 7 -7 Green tickY Won North Shore
15 John Carter Electorate Northland 21 +6 Green tickY Won Northland
16 Richard Worth Electorate Epsom 25 +9 Green tickY Elected from list
17 Maurice Williamson Electorate Pakuranga Green tickY Won Pakuranga
18 Clem Simich Electorate Tāmaki Green tickY Elected from list
19 Georgina te Heuheu List 6 -13 Green tickY Elected from list
20 Pansy Wong List Auckland Central 10 -10 Green tickY Elected from list
21 Shane Ardern Electorate Taranaki-King Country Green tickY Won Taranaki-King Country
22 Phil Heatley Electorate Whangarei 31 +9 Green tickY Won Whangarei
23 Paul Hutchison Electorate Port Waikato 27 +4 Green tickY Won Port Waikato
24 Lindsay Tisch Electorate Piako Green tickY Won Piako
25 Brian Connell Electorate Rakaia Green tickY Won Rakaia Red XN Left parliament in 2008
26 Sandra Goudie Electorate Coromandel 42 +16 Green tickY Won Coromandel
27 Chris Finlayson Mana Green tickY Elected from list
28 Nicky Wagner Christchurch Central 37 +9 Green tickY Elected from list
29 Tau Henare Te Atatu 35 +6 Green tickY Elected from list
30 Allan Peachey Tāmaki 18 -12 Green tickY Won Tāmaki
31 Jo Goodhew Aoraki Green tickY Won Aoraki
32 David Bennett Hamilton East Green tickY Won Hamilton East
33 Chester Borrows Whanganui 36 +3 Green tickY Won Whanganui
34 Chris Auchinvole West Coast-Tasman Green tickY Elected from list
35 Jonathan Coleman Northcote Green tickY Won Northcote
36 Mark Blumsky Wellington Central Green tickY Elected from list
37 Eric Roy Invercargill 26 -11 Green tickY Won Invercargill
38 Kate Wilkinson Waimakariri Green tickY Elected from list
39 Nathan Guy Otaki Green tickY Elected from list
40 Jacqui Dean Otago Green tickY Won Otago
41 Jackie Blue Mount Roskill Green tickY Elected from list
42 Colin King Kaikoura Green tickY Won Kaikoura
43 Anne Tolley East Coast 24 -19 Green tickY Won East Coast
44 Craig Foss Tukituki 47 +3 Green tickY Won Tukituki
45 Paula Bennett Waitakere Green tickY Elected from list
46 Katrina Shanks Ohariu-Belmont Green tickY Replaced Don Brash in 2007
47 Fepulea'i Ulua'ipou-O-Ma Aiono Manurewa
48 Ravi Musuku Mount Albert
49 Bob Clarkson Tauranga Green tickY Won Tauranga
50 John Hayes Wairarapa Green tickY Won Wairarapa
51 Moira Irving New Plymouth
52 Chris Tremain Napier Green tickY Won Napier
53 Mita Harris New Lynn 57 +4
54 Mike Leddy Rimutaka
55 Conway Powell Dunedin South
56 David Round Christchurch East
57 Gilbert Stehbens Rotorua
58 Ken Yee Manukau East
59 Paul Goldsmith Maungakiekie
60 Malcolm Plimmer Palmerston North
61 Nicola Young Rongotai
62 Tim Macindoe Hamilton West 39 -23
63 Alison Lomax Wigram
64 Weston Kirton Taupo 51 -13
65 Rosemarie Thomas Hutt South

New Zealand First 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 Winston Peters Electorate Tauranga 1 0 Green tickY Elected from list
2 Peter Brown List Bay of Plenty 2 0 Green tickY Elected from list
3 Brian Donnelly List Whangarei 3 0 Green tickY Elected from list Red XN Left parliament in 2008
4 Ron Mark List Waimakariri 4 0 Green tickY Elected from list
5 Doug Woolerton List Hamilton East 5 0 Green tickY Elected from list
6 Barbara Stewart List Piako 6 0 Green tickY Elected from list
7 Pita Paraone List Pakuranga 7 0 Green tickY Elected from list
8 Susan Baragwanath Auckland Central
9 Jim Peters List Northland 9 0 Red XN Lost seat
10 Dail Jones List Helensville 10 0 Red XN Lost seat Green tickY Replaced Brian Donnelly in 2008
11 Craig McNair List Rodney 8 -3 Red XN Lost seat
12 Edwin Perry List Wairarapa 11 -1 Red XN Lost seat
13 Bill Gudgeon List Hamilton West 12 -1 Red XN Lost seat
14 Brent Catchpole List Clevedon 13 -1 Red XN Lost seat
15 Joe Williams Maungakiekie
16 John Foote Coromandel
17 Fletcher Tabuteau Rotorua 18 +1
18 Alan Heward Dunedin South
19 Kristin Campbell Smith Taupo
20 Kerry Lundy Aoraki
21 David Fowler Rimutaka
22 Brendan Stewart Waitakere
23 Brett Webster Tamaki 16 -7
24 Bob Daw Port Waikato 19 -5
25 Murray Strawbridge Rangitikei
26 Moetu Davis Te Atatu
27 Toa Greening Mangere
28 Dave Mackie Clutha-Southland 20 -8
29 Anne Martin East Coast Bays
30 Julian Batchelor Mount Albert
31 Chris Perry Otaki
32 Lindy Palmer Manurewa
33 Brian Roswell Wigram
34 Joe Glen East Coast
35 James Mist Napier
36 Howard Levarko Hutt South
37 Paul Trevor Manning Northcote
38 Tim Manu Ohariu-Belmont
39 Kevin Gardener Christchurch Central
40 Graham Odering Palmerston North

Jim Anderton's Progressive[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 Jim Anderton Electorate Wigram 1 0 Green tickY Won Wigram
2 Matt Robson List Tamaki 2 0 Red XN Lost seat
3 Grant Gillon Northcote 3 0
4 Megan Woods Christchurch Central
5 John Wright Waimakariri 4 -1
6 Sione Fonua Maungakiekie
7 Vivienne Shepherd Whangarei 18 +11
8 Meng Ly Pakuranga 8 0
9 Fatima Ashrafi Epsom
10 Barry Wilson
11 Fale Leleisiuao Mana
12 Russell Franklin Otaki 20 +8
13 Paula Gillon North Shore
14 Phil Clearwater Banks Peninsula 11 -3
15 Trevor Barnard Manukau East 19 +4
16 Raghbir Singh Manurewa
17 Brenda Hill Clevedon
18 Fiona Beazley East Coast Bays
19 Russell Caldwell Te Tai Tonga
20 David Reeks Taupo
21 John Maurice Kaikoura
22 Mohammad Kazemi Yazdi New Lynn
23 Heka Heker (Taefu) Invercargill
24 Veronique Stewart-Ward Bay of Plenty
25 Zemin Zhang Ilam
26 Julian Aaron Helensville
27 Suki Amirapu Mount Roskill
28 Anette Anderson Coromandel 21 -7
29 Sukhdev Bains Hamilton West
30 Peter Banks Hamilton East
31 James Boyack Dunedin North
32 Ian Donald Piako
33 Lew Holland West Coast-Tasman
34 Karandeep Singh Lall Tauranga
35 Jacqueline McAlpine Nelson
36 Claire Main Aoraki
37 Phillipa Main Rakaia 45 +8
38 James Palmer
39 Max Panirau Port Waikato
40 David Parkyn Waitakere 49 +9
41 Dawn Patchett Palmerston North 50 +9
42 Tala Po'e Mangere
43 Pavitra Roy Te Atatu
44 Elspeth Sandys Ohariu-Belmont
45 Tony Sharrock Rodney
46 Barry Silcock Otago
47 Karen Silcock Christchurch East
48 David Somerset Wellington Central
49 Petronella Townsend Auckland Central
50 Martin Vaughan Dunedin South
51 Jenny Wilson Mount Albert

United Future New Zealand[edit]

Rank Name Component Party 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 Peter Dunne Electorate Ohariu-Belmont 1 0 Green tickY Won Ohariu-Belmont Party leader
2 Judy Turner List East Coast 8 +6 Green tickY Elected from list
3 Gordon Copeland List Rongotai 2 -1 Green tickY Elected from list Became independent MP in 2008
4 Marc Alexander List Ilam 4 0 Red XN Lost seat
5 Larry Baldock List Tauranga 7 +2 Red XN Lost seat
6 Murray Smith List Tamaki 6 0 Red XN Lost seat
7 Paul Check ORNZ Taupo (ORNZ: 3) -4
8 Janet Tuck Epsom
9 Bernie Ogilvy List Maungakiekie 3 -6 Red XN Lost seat
10 Graeme Reeves Wairarapa
11 Russell Judd Rotorua 16 +5
12 Hannah Baral Waitakere
13 Joy Lietze Clutha-Southland 53 +40
14 Neville Wilson Mangere
15 Richard Barter Mount Roskill
16 Steve Taylor Auckland Central 29 +13
17 Ian McInnes Pakuranga 18 +1
18 Ross Tizard North Shore 27 +9
19 Fiona McKenzie Wellington Central
20 Graeme Barr Rakaia 46 +26
21 John Walker ORNZ Clevedon
22 Ram Parkash Manukau East 48 +26
23 Ralph Kennard Invercargill
24 Jayati Prasad Port Waikato
25 Vanessa Roberts Wigram
26 Gerald Telford ORNZ Otago
27 Robin Loomes Banks Peninsula
28 Robyn Jackson Hamilton West
29 Tony Gordon Mount Albert
30 Greg Graydon Tamaki
31 Martyn Seddon Piako 25 -6
32 Bernard McClelland Rimutaka
33 Beth Stone ORNZ Northcote
34 Robin Westley Kaikoura
35 Anne Drake New Lynn 17 -18
36 Noel Hinton Manurewa
37 Michael Satur
38 Diane Brown Otaki
39 Steve Dromgool
40 Andrea Deeth Helensville 20 -20
41 Mark Peters Dunedin North
42 Pauline Moffat Dunedin South
43 Dennis Wells Nelson 60 +17
44 Milton Osborne ORNZ West Coast-Tasman
45 Gary Pedersen ORNZ
46 John Pickering Waimakariri
47 Adam Archer ORNZ Hamilton East
48 Neil Linscott ORNZ
49 Barry Hayes
50 Janita Stuart
51 Dianne Wilson Christchurch East
52 James Rudd ORNZ (ORNZ: 11) -41
53 Peter Mountain ORNZ Rodney
54 Lee Robertson Coromandel 37 -17
55 John van Buren WIN Christchurch Central
56 Jeff Leigh Bay of Plenty
57 Matt Collier New Plymouth

For the 2005 election, United Future affiliated with Outdoor Recreation NZ and the WIN Party. Both parties stood their member or members as United Future members instead of standing under their own party banner.

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.

Unsuccessful registered parties[edit]

The following registered parties did not gain representation:[2]

99 MP Party[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate 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]

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 Jill Ovens Manukau East 12 +11
2 Paul Piesse
3 Andrew McKenzie Banks Peninsula
4 Julie Fairey 16 +12
5 Kane O'Connell Wellington Central
6 Len Richards Mangere 23 +17
7 Jim Flynn
8 Victor Billot Dunedin North
9 Margaret Jeune Otaki 33 +24
10 Bob van Ruyssevelt Te Atatu 48 +38
11 Tom Dowie Wigram
12 Chris Ford Dunedin South
13 Quentin Findlay
14 Kelly Buchanan Mana
15 Joe Hendren
16 Gail Marmont
17 Paul Protheroe Manurewa 41 +24
18 Greg Kleis Kaikoura
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 Christchurch East
28 Jocelyn Brooks Rongotai
29 Nick Corlett
30 Nick Scullin

Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis 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 Michael Appleby Wellington Central 1 0
2 Michael Britnell Waimakariri 2 0
3 Judy Daniels Te Tai Tokerau 8 +5
4 Paula Lambert 10 +6
5 Irinka Britnell 3 -2
6 Kevin Patrick O'Connell Christchurch East
7 Paul McMullan 7 0
8 Steven Wilkinson West Coast-Tasman
9 Judy Matangi 9 0
10 Jason Baker-Sherman Dunedin North
11 Peter Green 12 +1
12 Neville Yates
13 Philip Pophristoff

Christian Heritage NZ[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 Ewen McQueen Pakuranga Party leader
2 Derek Blight West Coast-Tasman
3 Nick Barber Nelson 10 +7
4 Betty Jenkins Te Atatu
5 Mark Jones Taranaki-King Country
6 Joy Jones

Democrats For Social Credit[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 Stephnie de Ruyter (Progressive: 5) +4
2 John Pemberton (Progressive: 16) +14
3 David Wilson (Progressive: 12) +9
4 Richard Prosser Otago
5 John Steemson East Coast Bays
6 Katherine Ransom Tauranga
7 John Kilbride (Progressive: 42) +35
8 Mark Atkin
9 Heather M. Smith (Progressive: 55) +46
10 David Tranter
11 Ken Goodhue
12 Malcom Murchie Whanganui
13 Ross Weddell (Progressive: 59) +46
14 David Espin (Progressive: 33) +19
15 Ross Hayward
16 Bruce Stirling Invercargill
17 Karl Hewlett
18 Ron England
19 Kelly Pemberton
20 Bob Warren
21 David Wood
22 Mary Weddell
23 Allen Cookson
24 Barry Pulford (Progressive: 61) +37
25 Hessel van Wieren (Progressive: 58) +33
26 Alida Steemson
27 Bob Fox (Progressive: 31) +4
28 Coralie Leyland
29 John Rawson

For the 2002 election, the Democrats for Social Credit had been part of Jim Anderton's Progressive Coalition, but split shortly after that election.

Destiny New Zealand[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
1 Richard Lewis Manukau East
2 David Jesze Pakuranga
3 Elaine Herbert Rotorua
4 Hadyn Solomon Tainui
5 Nigel Heslop Northcote
6 Edward Saafi Mangere
7 Anita Breach Christchurch Central
8 Charles Te Kowhai Taupo
9 David Knight Hutt South
10 Hawea Vercoe Waiariki
11 Neils Jensen Tauranga
12 Tauwehe Hemahema-Tamati Tamaki Makaurau
13 Rod Gabb Epsom
14 Hemi Te Wano Te Tai Hauauru
15 Stephen Sinnott Napier
16 Anne Williamson Mount Albert
17 Kerin Roberts New Plymouth
18 Peter Johnston Coromandel
19 John Kotoisuva Te Atatu
20 Karen Penney New Lynn
21 Colin Ranby Piako
22 Tala Leiasamaivao Mana
23 Paul Hubble
24 Roberta Maxwell Bay of Plenty
25 Tony Harrison Taranaki-King Country
26 Brent Daglish Dunedin South
27 Jason Thomson Nelson
28 Maru Samuel Te Tai Tonga
29 Stephen Brown
30 Bill Sadler East Coast
31 Ernest Morton Te Tai Tokerau
32 Ned So'e Maungakiekie
33 David Isaachsen Northland
34 Mason Lee Clevedon
35 Stan Green Waitakere
36 Patrick Komene Manurewa
37 Tony Ford Whangarei
38 Maureen Vincent Auckland Central
39 Albert Wipani
40 Brian Ane Mount Roskill
41 Tauha Te Kani Ikaroa-Rawhiti
42 Rod Keven Port Waikato

Direct Democracy Party[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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1 Kelvyn Alp Manurewa
2 Paul Teio Mangere
3 Dilip Rupa Auckland Central
4 Patrick Fahy East Coast Bays
5 Mike Francis-Roberson Bay of Plenty
6 Simon Guy Otago
7 Gary Burch New Lynn
8 Kevin Smith New Plymouth
9 Kevin Moore Pakuranga
10 Kyle Chapman Christchurch East
11 Rex Newey Nelson
12 Gregory Trichon Te Atatu
13 Alona Covich Waitakere
14 Eugene Opai Tamaki Makaurau
15 Seira Perese Manukau East
16 Tin Chan Epsom
17 Helen Koster Helensville
18 Craig Stratton Port Waikato
19 Alastair Anderson Maungakiekie
20 Anton Foljambe Wigram
21 Robert T Atack Otaki
22 Leanne Martinovich Clevedon
23 Grant Burch Tamaki
24 Howard Ponga Mount Albert
25 John Sullivan Aoraki
26 Colin Punter Rodney
27 Mel Whaanga Northland
28 Jason Anderson Mana
29 Jason Orme Waimakariri
30 Barry Scott Mount Roskill
31 Scott Burch Tukituki
32 Craig Guy Invercargill

Libertarianz[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
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1 Bernard Darnton Wellington Central 4 +3
2 Julian Pistorius Northland
3 Tim Wikiriwhi Hamilton West
4 Susan Ryder
5 Peter Cresswell 11 +6
6 Colin Cross Ohariu-Belmont
7 Helen Hughes Whangarei 28 +21
8 Russell Watkins Tauranga 27 +19
9 Peter Linton Northcote 6 -3
10 Mike Webber New Plymouth 25 +15
11 Robin Thomsen Hamilton East
12 Philip Howison Hutt South
13 Michael Murphy North Shore 21 +8
14 Tina White 5 -9
15 Andrew Bates 20 +5
16 Richard Goode
17 Luke Howison
18 Christopher Robertson 24 +6
19 Peter Osborne
20 Barry Cole
21 Don Rowberry
22 Willem Verhoeven
23 Elliot Smith
24 Nikolas Haden 23 -1
25 Terrence Verhoeven 23 -2
26 Keith Patterson 17 -9
27 Kenneth Riddle 30 +3
27 Robert Palmer
not listed Stephen Berry Auckland Central

The Libertarianz party did not contest the 2002 general election. The 'previous rank' and 'change' columns above compare against the 1999 list.

New Zealand Family Rights Protection Party[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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1 Susi Pa'o Williams Mangere
2 Tapu Po-Wihongi Manukau East
3 Christine Reid Maungakiekie
4 Lale Ene-Ulugia Clevedon
5 John Ulberg Waitakere
6 Anne Kerisome Zekaria Strickland
7 Siniva Papali'i
8 Amelia Malia Fepulea'i Manurewa
9 Tangata Greig
10 Stella Browne-Knowles Te Atatu
11 Papali'i Malietoa
12 Edward Ulberg
13 Etevise Fuiava
14 Souvenir Sanerivi
15 Manogitulua Livapulu-Head
16 Kearlene Ulberg
17 Christie Greig
18 Rafaele Vaifale

Susi Pa'o Williams was on the party list for Jim Anderton's Progressive Coalition in 2002, where they were ranked ninth.

OneNZ[edit]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Previous
rank
Change Initial results Later changes
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1 Ian Brougham Whanganui
2 Richard Fisher 5 +3
3 James White 2 -1
4 John Porter 1 -3
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]

Rank Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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1 Kerry Bevin * Party leader
2 Wayne Hawkins
3 Debbie Potroz Taupo
4 Jack Gielen Hamilton West
5 Steven Hart Port Waikato
6 Gilbert Parker

Unregistered parties[edit]

The following unregistered parties did not gain any representation. As they are not officially registered parties, they are unable to participate in the party list vote:

Anti-Capitallist Alliance[edit]

Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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Byron Clark Christchurch Central
Jasmine Freemantle Mana
Stephen Hay Wellington Central
Paul Hopkinson Christchurch East
Sam Kingi Wigram
Mark Muller Mangere
Jared Phillips Hamilton East
Daphna Whitmore Mount Albert

Communist League[edit]

Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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Patrick Brown Maungakiekie
Annalucia Vermunt Christchurch Central

Economic Euthenics Party[edit]

Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
Michael Hansen Wigram

Equal Values Party[edit]

Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
Adele Hughes Te Atatu

Human Rights Party[edit]

Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
Anthony van den Heuvel Epsom
Anthony Ravlich Mount Albert

NZ Republicans Party[edit]

Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
Bevan Berg Maungakiekie
Alan Candy Auckland Central

Rangitikei First[edit]

Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
99999 AAA AAA AAA 99999 99999 AAA
000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
Richard Peirce Rangitikei

Restore All Things In Christ Party[edit]

Name Incumbency Contesting electorate Initial results Later changes
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000 ZZZ ZZZ ZZZ 000 000 ZZZ
Robert Wansink Dunedin South

References[edit]

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