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Boag was a National Party activist, having joined the Junior National Party in Auckland in the early 1970s. She was in the Prime Minister’s press office in 1976, joined the National Party research unit and in 1985 was press officer to the Leader of the Opposition. She spent a short time with the Liberal Party in Australia before moving to public relations work in Auckland and Wellington.
Boag was a National Party Dominion councillor and on the Dominion Publicity Committee before becoming New Zealand National Party president from 2001 to 2002, leading the party renewal in 2001-02 that brought John Key to power.
She became embroiled in the 2012 Accident Compensation Corporation privacy breach when it was revealed that she had acted as support person for Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) claimant Bronwyn Pullar.
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^ Gustafson, Barry (1986). The First 50 Years : A History of the New Zealand National Party. Auckland: Reed Methuen. p. 355. ISBN 0-474-00177-6.
^ Bennett, Adam (6 June 2012). “Boag pushes for apology from ACC as Pullar cleared”. The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 30 December 2012.
^ Fisher, David (18 March 2012). “National’s Boag was in ACC meeting”. The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 30 December 2012.
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President of the National Party
Names in bold served as Prime Minister
Adam Hamilton (1936–1940)
Sidney Holland (1940–1957)
Keith Holyoake (1957–1972)
Jack Marshall (1972–1974)
Robert Muldoon (1974–1984)
Jim McLay (1984–1986)
Jim Bolger (1986–1997)
Jenny Shipley (1997–2001)
Bill English (2001–2003)
Don Brash (2003–2006)
John Key (2006–2016)
Bill English (2016–present)
Sir George Wilson
Sir Wilfred Sim
Sir Alex McKenzie
John S. Meadowcroft
Sir George Chapman