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The following is a list of , both past and present. The scope is quite broad, including prominent candidates for local and central government office as well as those who achieved such office. New Zealand politicians
See also: List of New Zealanders, Governor-General of New Zealand, Prime Minister of New Zealand
B Bacot, John Banks, John Ballance, John Barker, Rick Beetham, Bruce Benson-Pope, David Bell, Dillon Bell, Francis Beyer, Georgina Bernard, William Birch, Bill Bolger, Jim Bracken, Thomas Bradford, Sue Brash, Don Brown, Peter Brownlee, Gerry Burke, Kerry Burton, Mark
C Capill, Graham Carleton, Hugh Carroll, James Carter, Chris Caygill, David Choudhary, Ashraf Clark, Helen Clifford, Charles Coates, Gordon Cooper, Warren Creech, Wyatt Cullen, Michael
D Dalziel, Lianne Davies, Sonja de Ruyter, Stephnie Delamere, Tuariki Doidge, Frederick Domett, Alfred Donald, Rod Douglas, Roger Downie Stewart, William Dunne, Peter Dyson, Ruth
F Featherston, Isaac Fitzherbert, William Fitzsimons, Jeanette Forsaith, Thomas Fortuin, Gregory Fletcher, Christine Franks, Stephen Fraser, Peter Forbes, George William Fox, William
G Gair, George Gledhill, Francis Goff, Phil Gosche, Mark Graham, Doug Gray, John Gray, Robin Greensill, Angeline Greenwood, Joseph Grey, George Guinness, Arthur
H Hall, John Hall-Jones, William Hamilton, Adam Harré, Laila Harrison, Richard Hart, Robert Hawkins, George Henare, Tau Hide, Rodney Hobbs, Marian Hodgson, Pete Holland, Harry Holland, Sidney Holyoake, Keith Horomia, Parekura Howard, Mabel Hunt, Jonathan Hunter, Edward
K Kedgley, Sue Kelham, James Key, John Kidd, Doug King, Annette King, Thomas Kirk, Norman Kirton, Neil Knapp, Gary Kopu, Alamein
L Laidlaw, Chris Lake, Harry Lang, Frederick Lange, David Langstone, Frank Laws, Michael Lee, Graeme Lee, John A. Lee, Sandra Lee, Walter Lewis, Richard Locke, Keith Ludlam, Walter Luxton, John
M Macandrew, James Macdonald, Thomas Macfarlane, Robert MacIntyre, Duncan Mackay, James Mackenzie, Thomas Mackey, Janet Mackley, Garnet Maharey, Steve Mallard, Trevor Marshall, Jack Marshall, Russell Massey, William Matthewson, Clive McCarten, Matt McCombs, Elizabeth McCulloch, Alan McKeen, Robert McKinnon, Don McLay, Jim McMillan, Girvan McQueen, Ewen Merriman, Frederick Meurant, Ross Mihaka, Dun Minogue, Mike Monro, David Moore, Gary Moore, Mike Moorhouse, William Sefton Morgan, Tuku Morris, Deborah Moyle, Colin Muldoon, Robert
O Oram, Mathew O'Brien, Loughlin O'Neill, James O'Rorke, George
S Salmond, John Savage, Michael Joseph Seddon, Richard Semple, Bob Sewell, Henry Schramm, Frederick Shadbolt, Tim Shipley, Jenny Shirley, Ken Skinner, Jerry Smith, Lockwood Smith, Nick Sowry, Roger Stafford, Edward Statham, Charles Steward, William Stout, Robert Sutton, Jim Swain, Paul
T Tanczos, Nandor Talboys, Brian Tamihere, John Tapsell, Peter Te Heuheu, Georgina Tizard, Bob Tizard, Judith Turei, Metiria Turia, Tariana Turner, Sukhi
W Wall, Gerard Wakefield, Edward Gibbon Wakefield, Edward Jerningham Waring, Marilyn Ward, Joseph Ward, Mike Waterhouse, George Watkins, Russell Watt, Hugh Webb, Frederick Weld, Frederick Whitaker, Frederick Whitehead, Stanley Williamson, Maurice Wilson, Margaret Wong, Pansy
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