Green Party ranks its candidates

Last updated 12:40 29/05/2011
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Green Party co-leaders Russel Norman and Metiria Turei.

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A former Canterbury regional councillor is the big mover in the Green Party list announced today for the upcoming general election.

Eugenie Sage, ranked sixth, jumps over sitting MP's Gareth Hughes and David Clendon.

Two MP's, Keith Locke and Sue Kedgley have announced they will retire at the November election, former co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons has already retired and a fourth, Sue Bradford, quit after losing a leadership tussle with Turei in 2009.

Wellington's Jan Logie, who stood for the Greens in the recent Mana by-election, is at nine, with another experienced local body politician - Auckland's Denise Roche - at 11.

Metiria Turei and fellow co-leader Russel Norman fill spots 1 and 2 with the Party's five other current MPs who are standing again also in the top eight.

The party has ranked 30 candidates for the election and has an additional 14 candidates currently confirmed to contest the party vote in November.

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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