Election result: Dunedin City Council

The election results for Dunedin City Council.

For the full breakdown of councillor voting totals including the STV iterations click here 

Mayoralty
Cull, Dave
18,446
Calvert, Hilary
 6429
Vandervis, Lee
 5841
Whiley, Andrew
 2946
Hawkins, Aaron
 2900
George, Pete
 779
Lequeux, Olivier
 503
Dwyer, Kevin
 217
McGregor, Steve
 178

 

 Mosgiel Taieri ward
Wilson, Kate
Elected
Lord, Mike
Elected
Dillon, Michael
 

 

 Central ward
Calvert, Hilary
Elected
Thomson, Richard
Elected
Vandervis, Lee
Elected
MacTavish, Jinty
Elected
Benson-Pope, David
Elected
Hawkins, Aaron
Elected
Staynes, Chris
Elected
Peat, Neville
Elected
Hall, Doug
Elected
Bezett, John
Elected
Whiley, Andrew
Elected
Dixon, Malcom
 
Elder, Rachel
 
Neill, Kevin
 
Hudson, Paul Richard
 
Mosley, Irene
 
Stevenson, Teresa
 
Hernandez, Francisco
 
Stedman, Conrad
 
Copeman, Ali
 
Loo, Tat
 
George, Pete
 
Lequeux, Olivier
 
Harwood, Nigel
 
Harrison, Lindsay
 
Garey, Christine
 
Voight, Warren
 
Nicholas, Letisha
 
Cole, Phillip
 
Crawford, Julian Lloyd
 
Dwyer, Kevin
 
Mitchell, Kim
 
Ross, Tom
 
Evans, John P
 
Cull, Dave
Withdrawn

 

Saddle Hill Community Board
Weatherall, Scott Colin
Elected
Moyle, John
Elected
McFadyen, Keith
Elected
Usher, Jonathan
Elected
Jemmett, Pamela
Elected
Stenhouse, Leanne
Elected
Hutchings, Jayin
 
   

 

Chalmers Community Board
Walker, Steve
Elected
Aitken, Mel
Elected
Johnson, Trevor Alan
Elected
Pedofski, Raewynne
Elected
McErlane, Ange
Elected
Cole, Pete
Elected
Griffin, Francisca
 
Taylor, Jason
 
Austin, Jack
 
Eddy, Duncan
 
Walker, Rachael
 
Dwyer, Kevin
 

 

Otago Pen. Community Board
Kellas, Lox
Elected
Garey, Christine
Elected
Pope, Paul
Elected
Langsbury, Hoani
Elected
Neill, Christine
Elected
Stevenson, Edna
Elected
Cameron, Wayne
 

 

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