Green Party List features new female faces

by frog

Some notable new women feature well up the Greens list rankings for the November election.

The retirement of Jeanette Fitzsimons and Sue Bradford and the pending retirement of Sue Kedgley has made room for the very capable Cantabrian Eugenie Sage, the wonderful Wellingtonian Jan Logie and the accomplished Aucklander Denise Roche.

Of course, the inimitable Keith Locke has also announced his retirement at this election and the highest ranked new male face is the tireless environmental champion Steffan Browning.

Thus, the 2011 list completes the move to a second generation of Green MPs and as Metiria Turei noted:

It’s been a calm and organised evolution … (the Party is) driven by big ideas which endure rather than just big personalities which can come and go.

Eugenie Sage is a former regional councillor, while Jan Logie represented the Greens well in the recent Mana by-election. Denise Roche is another experienced local body politician while Steffan Browning has worked for many years promoting the organics sector and a GE-free NZ.

The list also includes a rising crop of younger candidates, led by recent Young Greens co-convenor and Lower Hutt candidate Holly Walker, Mt Roskill candidate Julie Genter, and Aaryn Barlow who will stand in Nelson.

The Green Party has ranked 30 candidates for the general election and has an additional 14 candidates currently confirmed to contest the party vote in November with more to come soon.

There’s more candidate information here
1 Metiria Turei

2 Russel Norman

3 Kevin Hague

4 Catherine Delahunty

5 Kennedy Graham

6 Eugenie Sage

7 Gareth Hughes

8 David Clendon

9 Jan Logie

10 Steffan Browning

11 Denise Roche

12 Holly Walker

13 Julie Anne Genter

14 Mojo Mathers

15 James Shaw

16 David Hay

17 Richard Leckinger

18 Aaryn Barlow

19 Jeanette Elley

20 Sea Rotmann

21 Michael Gilchrist

22 Dora Langsbury

23 David Kennedy

24 Tane Woodley

25 Joseph Burston

26 Mikaere Curtis

27 Shane Gallagher

28 Saffron Toms

29 Steve Tollestrup

30 Jack McDonald 

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Published in Campaign | Featured by frog on Sun, May 29th, 2011   

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