Keith James Locke (born 1944) was a New Zealand MP representing the Green Party who was first elected to parliament in 1999.
He was the Green Party spokesperson on Foreign Affairs, Defence, Ethnic Affairs, Pacific Affairs, Human Rights, Immigration, Police and Auckland Transport. He retired from politics at the 2011 election.
Vernon Small, deputy political editor of the New Zealand Herald, dubbed him Backbencher of the Year in 2002.
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