A group of relatively unknown candidates have been named as United Future's election hopefuls.
The party released its list for the November 26 election today, calling it a mix of "maturity, experience, and fresh faces".
Following leader Peter Dunne, Nelson man Doug Stevens, described as an outdoors' advocate, is number two.
The former chief of staff to Prime Minister Jim Bolger, Rob Eaddy, takes the third spot, while Sultan Eusoff, the chief executive for the Federation of the Islamic Association and Taupo's Alan Simmons round out the top five.
Mr Dunne, the Ohariu electorate MP, was the only United Future member in Parliament during the last term. The party is currently polling well below the five per cent threshold.