Kevin Stitt is the New Conservative candidate for Auckland Central. Kevin is a happily married family man, with one wife of 49 years, 5 children and 11 grandchildren. He is a self-sufficient and independent goal setter, who always find a way of getting the task at hand done, but he has learned over time to
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Caleb Honiss is the New Conservative candidate for Banks Peninsula. Caleb lives in Christchurch with his wife and young son. In 2014, he started his own building company specialising in decking jobs. With 10 staff, he has expanded this to property development, providing quality affordable homes to South Island Kiwi families. Caleb enjoys beekeeping with
Margaret Colmore is the New Conservative Candidate for Bay of Plenty. Margaret is a truth seeker, and unafraid to speak her mind. Her aim is to see New Conservative in Parliament this year. She sailed here from South Africa with her family in 1998. After owning several businesses, her and her husband bought a five
Dieuwe de Boer is the New Conservative Candidate for Botany. Dieuwe (DEE-wuh) de Boer is a father, husband, devout Presbyterian, conservative commentator, software developer, licenced firearms owner, and unapologetic nationalist. He is 25 years old and married with three young children. Dieuwe has lived in Counties Manukau since his family moved to New Zealand from
Benjamin Price is the New Conservative candidate for Christchurch Central. He has previously stood as a candidate in Waimakariri. Benjamin has worked in the IT industry for over 15 years, having spent a significant amount of that time focused on Network Administration in New Zealand schools. He has also owned his own IT related business
Helen Houghton is the New Conservative candidate for Christchurch East. Helen is a Primary School teacher and the founding director of an NGO Charitable Trust supporting women and families. Working within the community, she engages closely with vulnerable children using trauma based therapy in her roles as a foster caregiver and a community support worker.
Michael Egleton is the New Conservative candidate for Coromandel. Michael stands for family-centered values, personal responsibility, commonsense solutions to growing problems in communities, and the protection of democracy. He stands against unchecked governmental power, control and intrusion into the lives of New Zealanders. Michael was born in Nairobi, Kenya, and grew up in South Africa.
Solomon King is the New Conservative candidate for Dunedin. Solomon is 20 years old, and spent the first 10 years of his life in the United States and the most recent 10 in New Zealand. He is currently enrolled in a business degree at Otago Polytechnic and works on a sheep and beef farm. Solomon
Helena Nickerson is the New Conservative candidate for the East Coast. Helena has lived in New Zealand since the mid-1990s, working in the education sector. She grew up in Cape Town, South Africa, under the system of Apartheid. But with the help of her parents, teachers, and the community around her, Helena learned not to
Matthew Webster is the New Conservative candidate for East Coast Bays. Matthew is married to Lin Li, and they will soon celebrate their 18th wedding anniversary. They have one daughter and two sons and have lived in North Auckland since 2004. Matthew was born in New Zealand but grew up in Botswana, and later the
Norman Sutton is the New Conservative candidate for Epsom. Norman and his wife have been married for 48 years and have two children and five grandchildren. Norman’s working life began in farming, then insurance, marketing, construction, and community work. He has always had a strong interest in contributing to the greater good of our society
Julie Manders is the New Conservative candidate for Hamilton East. Julie was born and bred in the Waikato, but over the years, she has also travelled to a number of continents and many countries. She has found this very educational, and says it has given her some helpful perspective. She has decided to get involved
Rudi du Plooy is the New Conservative candidate for Hamilton West. Rudi has more than 12 years of extensive political experience. Ever since he moved to Hamilton, he has been involved with governance issues in the city. He has campaigned to run for local body government and is part of the Hamilton Residents and Ratepayers
Roger Earp is the New Conservative candidate for Hutt South. Roger was born in Tauranga in 1969, undertook secondary education at Napier Boy’s High School and Stratford High School, and attained University Entrance. Roger joined the New Zealand Army in 1987 spending his first year at Massey University where he commenced a Bachelor of Business
Simon Walmisley is the New Conservative candidate for Ilam. Married to Nadine for 27 years, Simon’s family also includes three children, three chickens, a cat and a motorbike! He has always placed high value on family, and strongly believes it is still the best place to find the love, support, and sense of belonging we
Josh Honiss is the New Conservative candidate for Invercargill. “I want New Zealand to stand strong against the moral and social landslide being seen throughout the western world. I am prepared to stand up and fight for this. Will you stand with me?” Josh is a proud Southlander who lives in Invercargill with his wife
David Greenslade is the New Conservative candidate for Kaikōura. David is a grandfather, father, and husband. He and his wife Dominique have been married for 49 years, have three children and two grandchildren and are strong believers in the importance of family values. David has lived for a significant number of years in sunny Blenheim.
Pauline Berry is the New Conservative candidate for Kaipara ki Mahurangi. “Don’t fix what ain’t broke”. Pauline Berry is for less social tinkering and less government overall. She supports farmers who have become maligned, men’s rights which are losing to women’s rights, and women’s rights which are losing to gender ideologies. She believes guns should
Leao Tildsley is the New Conservative candidate for Kelston. “I see a future for our next generation in good hands because we had the foresight to stand up for their rights for equality and freedom of speech.” Leao has been married to her American husband for 21 years and they have three teenage boys. Leao
Roy Barry is the New Conservative candidate for Mana. “Why New Conservative?” “I stopped asking myself that question when I started asking myself ‘Why not New Conservative?’” Roy was born in 1958 in Newtown, Wellington, to immigrant parents. Roy’s father emigrated from Britain after serving in the British Army in Germany. His Samoan mother moved