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UnitedFuture party, 1 MP

Member of New Zealand's 49th Parliament, elected November 2008.

Find out more about what United Future Party stands for.

United Future went to the 2008 NZ General election saying “Our policies are a set of directions that we believe will provide a context in which New Zealanders, their families, and their communities can thrive. They are a practical outworking of our principles.”

United Future’s MP, elected to the 49th Parliament.

DUNNE, Peter Francis
Öhariu Electorate