The Internet Party says its candidate list is young and fresh and will bring a strong support base to the Internet Mana Party.
It has released its list of 15 candidates, who will join the combined Internet Mana list to contest the party vote in the general election on 20 September.
The party's leader, Laila Harre, said on Thursday the list might not be populated by famous politicians, but the candidates will be able to carry the party's message through to the election.
Ms Harre said they were chosen through a rigourous, merit-based selection process. The rankings reflected input into the party, use of digital technology and executive consideration.
She said the candidates are extremely well-known in cultural and progressive communities. She believed they would have a cutting edge social media campaign and get people to reconnect with politics in new ways.
In the combined Internet Mana list, Laila Harre is No 2 after Hone Harawira, the leader and founder of the Mana Party.
Ms Harre is the only candidate not yet allocated an electorate.
1 Laila Harre (electorate to be advised)
2 Chris Yong, Te Atatu
3 Miriam Pierard, Auckland Central
4 David Currin, Whangarei
5 Beverley Ballantine, Ilam
6 Gil Ho, Northcote
7 Pani Farvid, Palmerston North
8 Patrick Salmon, East Coast
9 Roshni Sami, Kelston
10 Callum Valentine, Wellington Central
11 Grant Keinzley, Taranaki-King Country
12 Lois McClintock, Wigram
13 Robert Stewart, Dunedin North
14 Raymond Calver, Hamilton East
15 Andrew LePine, Dunedin South