Ginny Andersen : Net Worth, Family, Wife, Children, Parents, Education, Salary and Biography

Ginny Andersen is a New Zealand politician and Member of Parliament in the New Zealand House of Representatives know all about him in this article as like his Net Worth, Family, Husband, Children, Parents, Education, Salary and Biography

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Information About Ginny Andersen
Ginny Andersen

Virginia Ruby Andersen is a New Zealand politician and Member of Parliament in the House of Representatives for the Labour Party.

Andersen lives in Belmont, Lower Hutt. Bill Andersen, a noted activist and trade union leader, was her great-uncle. Ginny Andersen worked for the New Zealand Police as a policy unit manager from 2006 to 2017. Prior to that, she worked at the Office of Treaty Settlements and was also a private secretary and senior political adviser in Parliament to several Labour MPs including Trevor Mallard, David Cunliffe, Mark Burton, and Margaret Wilson.

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Ginny Andersen


Member of Parliament




Geoff Gwyn


University of Canterbury

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New Zealand

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Net Worth

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5. Ginny Andersen Husband, Is Ginny Andersen Married ?

Ginny Andersen Merried with Geoff Gwyn they have Four Children.

6. Ginny Andersen Career and Achievement

Andersen stood in the electorate of Ōhāriu at the 2014 election, and was only narrowly defeated by the long-standing incumbent, Peter Dunne of United Future, by a margin of 610 votes (1.91%). Andersen served as the Labour Party's Vice-President from 2015 to 2017, when she stood down to focus on her parliamentary candidacy.

Member of parliament

In October 2016, Andersen was selected as Labour's candidate for the electorate of Hutt South for the 2017 election against Hutt City Councillor Campbell Barry and list candidate Sarah Packer. She replaced long-serving member of parliament Trevor Mallard as the Labour Party candidate who had, in July of that year, said he would serve as a list-only candidate for the election with the intention of becoming Speaker of the House. In the previous election Mallard had won Hutt South by only 709 votes (1.83%) over National's candidate, Chris Bishop. Andersen was ranked 28 on Labour's party list, an increase of 9 from 2014. While Andersen lost the Hutt South election to Bishop, she entered parliament via the party list under New Zealand's MMP electoral system.

Andersen was Labour's Hutt South candidate for the 2020 New Zealand general election, and dropped 17 places to 45 on Labour's list.

During the 2020 election which was held on 17 October, Andersen captured Hutt South, defeating incumbent Bishop by a final margin of 3,777 votes.

In March 2021 Andersen admitted she knew about a secretive rent deal that saw $4500 in taxpayer cash funneled into the local Labour Party each year. She’d previously said she only understood the deal after she “looked at it” ahead of the 2020 election.The deal worked through a subletting arrangement whereby the local Labour Party rented office space from the building’s owner, the New Zealand Professional Firefighters Union, for $1500 a year. It then sublet that office to Andersen for her MP’s duties, for $6000.