Candidates in The New Zealand General Election 2005 By Party - Other Parties - Direct Democracy Party

Direct Democracy Party

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

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