Hunua vot­ers stay with Bayly


An­drew Bayly has an im­pres­sive list of con­quests. Amongst other things, he has climbed Mt As­pir­ing and dragged a sledge 120km across the ice to the North Pole.

He can now add to that list a sec­ond term as the MP for Hunua.

Writ­ing on his Face­book page on Mon­day, the Na­tional Party MP said he’s ‘‘ab­so­lutely priv­i­leged to be re-elected as MP for Hunua and to con­tinue to be part of the 14 com­mu­ni­ties which make up the elec­torate’’.

The Hunua elec­torate forms a dog-bone shape, from half­way across the Mange­mangeroa Bridge at Somerville, East Auck­land, to Ta­pa­pakanga Re­gional Park, through Hunua and Pukekohe and out to the Awhitu Penin­sula. In 2014, Bayly won the Hunua par­lia­men­tary seat with a 17,376 ma­jor­ity. Sat­ur­day’s elec­tion night re­sult showed the ma­jor­ity had slipped slightly to 17,256.

Hunua elec­tion night re­sults

Elec­torate (top three): An­drew Bayly (Na­tional) 23420, Baljit Kaur (Labour) 6164, Jon Reeves (NZ First) 2709. Party vote (top five): Na­tional 22439, Labour 7333, NZ First 3135, Green 972, TOP 482.

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