Bernie Ogilvy

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Bernard James (Bernie) Ogilvy is a New Zealand educator and politician. He was a member of the United Future New Zealand party, having been elected to Parliament as a list MP in the 2002 elections.

Early years

Before entering national politics, he lectured at Auckland's Masters Institute, a fundamentalist teachers college,, The Maxim Institute as well as being involved with Youth With A Mission.

Member of Parliament

Ogilvy was elected at the 2002 election. Like his colleagues, Murray Smith, Paul Adams and Larry Baldock, Ogilvy was an evangelical or fundamentalist Christian. Like the above, and Marc Alexander, he lost his seat in the New Zealand Parliament at the New Zealand general election, 2005 when his party's electoral support fell to one third its previous level.

Later years

Ogilvy has recently reappeared as Secretary of the new Kiwi Party, after Gordon Copeland seceded from United Future over Peter Dunne's support for Sue Bradford's child discipline bill, which sought to outlaw most forms of parental corporal punishment of children in New Zealand. He also made the application for the The Kiwi Party to the Electoral Commission.


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