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Who you can vote for

The candidates for the by-election are:

  • Sharon Bragg - Independent
  • Phil Bridge - NZ Outdoors Party
  • Christian Malietoa-Brown
  • Papaliitele Lafulafu Peo - Labour Party
  • Elnez Tofa
  • Malcolm Turner - Communities and Residents

The successful candidate in this by-election will be a member of the Māngere-Ōtāhuhu local board.

For more information about the role of a local board member, see Role, responsibilities and remuneration of a local board member.

Meet the candidates events

We are organising candidate events to provide you with an opportunity to get to know the candidates and understand their view of local issues.

Meet the candidates events will take place in the following locations:

​Event ​Location ​DateTime
​Meet the candidates ​Māngere Arts Centre, Corner Bader Drive and Orly Avenue, Māngere ​9 February 20217pm​
​Meet the candidates ​Ōtāhuhu Town Hall, 12-16 High Street Ōtāhuhu ​4 February 20217pm

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