2019

Local

Government

CANDIDATE RANKINGS

Methodology:

All interviews are based on the attached survey and were conducted via email. In some cases, background knowledge about a candidate has been applied to their score.

Each candidate is grade on xxx and if their answers show they are committed to the kaupapa of supporting their cities to be inclusive, welcoming and beautiful places that work for the needs of everyone.

Candidates have to receive a B grade or higher to make it onto this list.

If a candidate is not listed, it is because they have not returned their answers to us yet.

If you want more information on a candidate, please feel free to message us: womeninurbanismnz@gmail.com

Auckland

Councillors

Waitematā Ward

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PIPPA COOM
A+

Pippa's commitment to the environment, the climate, and building inclusive cities is clear through both her track record and thoughtful answers to our survey questions.

Whau Ward

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JESSAMINE FRASER
A+

Jessamine is committed to insuring a just transition for those affected by climate change, by making our cities inclusive, accessible, and equitable places.

Albert-Eden Ward

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CATHY CASEY
A+

Cathy's track record shows she is committed to Auckland becoming an age-friendly city. She wants to see more wāhine Māori elected and supports the adoption of Gender Mainstreaming.

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MARK GRAHAM
A

Mark's working on improving Chamberlain Park, and will support any policies and actions that can be shown to increase safety and reduce harassment in public.

Waitekere Ward

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LINDA COOPER
A

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SHANE HENDERSON
A

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North Shore Ward

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RICHARD HILLS
A+

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CHRIS DARBY
A

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Ōrākei Ward

ALAN BARRACLOUGH
B+

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Howick Ward

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DAMIAN LIGHT
A+

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