Linda Cooper (politician)

Linda Cooper
Linda Ann Cooper is a New Zealand politician who has been a councillor on the Auckland Council since 2013.wikipedia
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Auckland Council

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Linda Ann Cooper is a New Zealand politician who has been a councillor on the Auckland Council since 2013.

2010 Auckland local elections

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At the 2010 Auckland elections, Cooper stood for the Citizens & Ratepayers local-body ticket in the Albany ward.

Waitākere Ward

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At the 2013 Auckland elections, Cooper was elected as a councillor for the Waitākere ward.
The ward elects two councillors, currently Linda Cooper and Shane Henderson, who have oversight of its two local boards, Henderson-Massey and Waitākere Ranges.

2013 Auckland local elections

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At the 2013 Auckland elections, Cooper was elected as a councillor for the Waitākere ward.

2011 New Zealand general election

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At the 2011 general parliamentary election, Cooper stood as a list-only candidate for the New Zealand National Party.

2016 Auckland local elections

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She was re-elected to council at the 2016 Auckland elections, and also re-elected to the Waitakere Licensing Trust.
The incumbents deputy mayor Penny Hulse and Linda Cooper were both re-elected.

Waitakere City

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Cooper served on the Waitakere Community Board for 4 years and Waitakere City Council for 2 terms.

Communities and Residents

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At the 2010 Auckland elections, Cooper stood for the Citizens & Ratepayers local-body ticket in the Albany ward.

Local government

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At the 2010 Auckland elections, Cooper stood for the Citizens & Ratepayers local-body ticket in the Albany ward.

Ticket (election)

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At the 2010 Auckland elections, Cooper stood for the Citizens & Ratepayers local-body ticket in the Albany ward.

Party-list proportional representation

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At the 2011 general parliamentary election, Cooper stood as a list-only candidate for the New Zealand National Party.

New Zealand National Party

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At the 2011 general parliamentary election, Cooper stood as a list-only candidate for the New Zealand National Party.

Centre-right politics

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She was one of two new centre-right candidates elected to the Auckland Council in 2013.

Auckland Pride Festival

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In 2015 Cooper made controversial remarks on the Auckland Pride Festival Facebook page while defending the attendance of National MPs who voted against gay marriage rights.

Helensville (New Zealand electorate)

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In 2017, Cooper announced she would seek selection as the National Party's candidate for Helensville at the 2017 general election; she did not win selection.

2017 New Zealand general election

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In 2017, Cooper announced she would seek selection as the National Party's candidate for Helensville at the 2017 general election; she did not win selection.