Auckland Local Triennial Elections

By the closing date for nominations for positions in the Auckland Local, the following nominations had been received.

PRESIDENT:

DEVOE, Sulu
HALL, James Jason

VICE PRESIDENT:

GOODHUE, Brett
HALL, James Jason
PHILLIPS, David
SHRIMPTON, Jeffrey
WALDOW, John William

SECRETARY:

CAMPBELL, Martin
WALDOW, John William

COMMITTEE:

ABBOTT, Frederic William
BIRD, Terry
BURTON, Joshua Steve
CAMPBELL, Martin
DEVINE, Steve
FOULKES, Nigel James
GOODHUE, Brett
HALL, James Jason
JULIAN, Timothy
LARKING, Carren
MILLAN, Ivan
O’CONNOR, Michael
PHILLIPS, David
SHRIMPTON, Jeffrey
THOMAS, Barry Martin
UNDERDOWN, Colin
WALDOW, John William
WHITEHEAD, Jamie
WILSON, David Scott
WRIGHT, Adam

As more than one nomination has been received for the positions of Auckland Local President, Vice President and Secretary and more than 10 nominations for the positions of Auckland Local Committee, elections in accordance with the Union Rules are necessary for these positions. Biographies for those candidates wishing to provide them are attached.

Grant Mitcheson
Northern Branch Returning Officer

4 June 2019
NB/19-16

Candidate Biographies

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