Simpson in 2017
|Minister of Statistics|
2 May 2017 –26 October 2017
|Prime Minister||Bill English|
|Preceded by||Mark Mitchell|
|Succeeded by||James Shaw|
|Member of the New Zealand Parliament |
|Preceded by||Sandra Goudie|
Scott Anthony Simpson
4 November 1959
|Political party||National Party|
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| Member of Parliament for Coromandel |