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Election 2020: National’s Gerry Brownlee tossing up resignation; backs Collins to stay on as leader – New Zealand Herald

He lost the seat he has held for almost 25 years, now he’s thinking of leaving

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National Party deputy leader Gerry Brownlee has thrown his support behind leader Judith Collins to remain in the top job. Photo / Mark MitchellNational’s campaign chair and senior MP Gerry Brownlee is tossing up leaving Parliament for good after losing his long-held Ilam seat last night.
He has also thrown his support behind leader Judith Collins to remain in the top job, saying rolling her would be “totally the wrong thing” to do right now.
Rodney MP Mark Mitchell, whose name has been tossed …

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