Auckland Central (New Zealand electorate)

Current New Zealand electorate

Auckland Central is a New Zealand electoral division returning one member to the New Zealand House of Representatives.[1] The electorate is represented by Chlöe Swarbrick, a member of the Green Party; she has represented the seat since 2020.

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General electorate of the
New Zealand House of Representatives
Location of Auckland Central within Auckland
Member(s)
MPChlöe Swarbrick
PartyGreens
List MP(s)Helen White (Labour)
Geography
Region(s)Auckland
History
Named afterAuckland CBD

Election results change

2023 general election: Auckland Central[2]
Notes:

A blue background means the winner of the electorate vote.
A pink background means a candidate elected from their party list.
A yellow background means an electorate win by a list member, or by another incumbent.
A  Y means an incumbent won re-election.
A  N means an incumbent lost re-election.

Party Candidate Votes % ±% Party votes % ±%
Green  Y Chlöe Swarbrick 16,624 47.84 +12.74 8,503 23.98 +4.92
National Mahesh Muralidhar 12,728 36.63 +9.47 11,751 33.14 +12.04
Labour Oscar Sims 2,592 7.46 -24.17 8,028 22.64 −18.05
ACT Felix Poole 588 3.60 +1.97 3,301 9.31 +1.83
Opportunities Damian Sycamore 462 1.33 -1.00 1,250 3.52 +1.39
Legalise Cannabis Christopher Coker 365 1.05 142 0.40 +0.13
Animal Justice Party Madeleine Kane 135 0.39 50 0.14
Independent Andi Shen Liu 110 0.32
Independent Paul Davie 91 0.26
New Nation Party Guy Dennis Slocum 89 0.26 35 0.07
NZ First   1351 3.81 +2.10
Te Pāti Māori   563 1.59 +1.29
New Zealand Loyal   217 0.61
Freedoms New Zealand   48 0.14
Women's Rights Party   45 0.13
NewZeal   38 0.11 +0.06 [a]
DemocracyNZ   32 0.09
New Conservative   30 0.08 -0.46
Leighton Baker Party   3 0.01
Informal votes 299 85
Total Valid votes 34.746 3,5463
Green hold Majority 3,896 11.21 +12.74

References change

  1. Representation Commission (2014). "Report of the Representation Commission 2014" (PDF). Retrieved 18 October 2020.
  2. "Official Count Results -- Auckland Central (2023)". Electoral Commission. 6 November 2023. Retrieved 6 November 2023.


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