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2011: Won by Scott Simpson (National Party) with a majority of 12,740.
Covers the whole of the Coromandel Peninsula and extends south to Katikati in the Bay of Plenty. Includes Te Aroha, Ngatea and Paeroa.
2008 party vote (%): National 51.65, Labour 25.99, Green 7.60, ACT 4.40, United Future 0.75, Maori 0.74, Progressive 0.59.
Catherine Delahunty - Green Party List #4
Spokesperson on Environment (mining, toxics), Education, Forestry, Work and Income, Community and Voluntary Sector, Women’s Issues, Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Pakeha perspective), Arts and Culture, Disability Issues. Entered Parliament 2008. Long-time political activist, including former co-ordinator for the anti-mining group Coromandel Watchdog.
Hugh Kininmonth - Labour Party List #65
Stood in Coromandel for Labour in 2008. Chief executive of Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki, a Maori health provider.
Hugh Rurehe - Conservative Party
Jay Fitton - Aotearoa Legalise Cannabis Party List #12
Kevin Stone - New Zealand First Party List #25
Mapuna Turner - None / Independent
Scott Simpson - National Party List #61
Former CEO of children's charity Make-A-Wish NZ and former private sector manager. Long-time National Party member and former board member.
Steve Graf - United Future
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