August 26, 2014
Maori candidates in range of NZ First seats
Former New Zealand First MPs Pita Paraone and Ron Mark will be hoping the party can improve its share of the vote so they can get another term in parliament.
The pair are placed at eight and nine on the party list.
Two other former MPs, Edwin Perry and Bill Gudgeon, are at 23 and 24 respectively.
After Mr Peters and deputy Tracey Martin, controversial South Islander Richard Prosser has the number three spot.
At four is Rotorua teacher and economist Fletcher Tabuteau from Ngati Rangiwewehi, Ngati Ngararanui and Ngati Whakaue.
Tauranga city councillor Clayton Mitchell also looks set to become an MP with a sixth placing, but sitting MP Andrew Williams, a former North Shore mayor, is off the list.
Invercargill hairdresser Ria Bond from Ngapuhi is at number 12, and Hutt South candidate Mataroa Paroro number 13.
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