Epsom (New Zealand Electorate)

Epsom (New Zealand Electorate)

Epsom is a New Zealand Parliamentary electorate, returning one Member of Parliament to the New Zealand House of Representatives. The current MP for Epsom is John Banks MP of the ACT Party. He has held this position since the 2011 election.

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Epsom (New Zealand Electorate) - Election Results - 2005 Election
... Party Candidate Votes % Party Votes % ACT Y Rodney Hide 15251 42.62 1237 3.40 National N Richard Worth 12149 33.95 21310 58.51 Labour Stuart Nash 6138 17.15 9915 27.22 Green Keith Locke 1513 4.23 1941 5.33 United Janet Tuck 340 0.95 636 1.75 Progressive Fatima Ashrafi 149 0.42 205 0.56 Destiny Rod Gabb 114 0.32 66 0.18 Direct Democracy Tin Yau Chan 97 0.27 28 0.08 IND Anthony Van Den Heuvel 34 0.10 - - NZ First - - - 887 2.44 Māori Party - - - 107 0.29 Christian Heritage - - - 33 0.09 ALCP - - - 25 0.07 Libertarianz - - - 20 0.05 Alliance - - - 11 0.03 Democrats - - - 6 0.02 One NZ - - - 3 0.01 99 MP - - - 6 0.02 Family Rights PP - - - 3 0.01 Republic of NZ - - - 1 0.00 informal votes 94 ... total valid votes 35,785 36,421 ACT gain from National Majority 3,102 sourced from electionresults.govt.nz. ...

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