The board

The New Zealand Herald - - NEWS -

A mar­tial arts teacher and IT con­sul­tant are among the group of New Zealan­ders set to agree upon the next gov­ern­ment. The New Zealand First board and cau­cus will be pre­sented with two op­tions at a spe­cial meet­ing today, over the week­end or Mon­day. There is no list of board mem­bers on the NZ First web­site, and the party has de­clined to re­lease it. Win­ston Peters said that was be­cause mem­bers were en­ti­tled to pri­vacy. The Her­ald has con­firmed mem­bers have re­cently in­cluded: Win­ston Peters, leader. Ron Mark, deputy leader. Brent Catch­pole, pres­i­dent and for­mer MP.

Anne Martin, party sec­re­tary and mother of MP Tracey Martin. Holly Ellen, trea­surer. Ju­lian Paul, North Is­land vi­cepres­i­dent. Works in sales and stood in Ep­som at the elec­tion.

John Thorn, South Is­land vi­cepres­i­dent.

Kristin Camp­bell-Smith, di­rec­tor gen­eral ex-of­fi­cio.

Kevin Gar­dener. A for­mer party pres­i­dent. Claire Ash­ley. Toa Green­ing. A Pa­pakurabased in­for­ma­tion en­gi­neer­ing con­sul­tant. Anne-Marie An­drews. Su­san Sara, stood in Nel­son. Robert Monds. A young Auck­lan­der.

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