Waitaki District Council results

Here are the full "progress" results for the Waitaki District Council mayoralty, council and community board races. The results are based upon the counting of approximately 95% of the returned voting papers.

The progress result does not include some special votes and voting papers returned today that are still in transit to the processing centre.  The outcome of these elections may change once all voting papers have been counted.

Mayor Votes Received

Elected

KIRCHER, Gary Working For Waitaki 5,220

Unelected

HAZELHURST, Katrina Independent 2,019
MUTCH, Paul 687

INFORMAL 12
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 215

Oamaru Ward (6 vacancies) Votes Received

Elected

TAVENDALE, Melanie Jeanne 3,984
WOLLSTEIN, Colin 2,773
HOLDING, Jeremy 2,673
MILMINE, Kelli Independent 2,543
HOPKINS, Jim 2,520
HALALELE, Hana Melania Independent 2,379

Unelected

FAMILTON, Devin 1,513
CADOGAN, Liz Independent 1,474
BRADFIELD, Eden 1,351
CLARK, Iain Independent 1,177
GOLDING, Derek Independent 1,162
SHAW, John Independent 817
MCLELLAN, Peter 755
HOWIE, Wee Jock Independent 703

INFORMAL 7
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 69

Waihemo Ward (1 vacancy) Votes Received

Elected

NEWTON, Peter 422

Unelected

WHEELER, Jan 349
WESSELINGH, Stephen Independent 36

INFORMAL 2
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 16

Corriedale Ward (2 vacancies) Votes Received

Elected

KINGAN, Bill 1,012
PERCIVAL, Guy Independent 872

Unelected

DUPU, Eugen 634

INFORMAL 0
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 31

Waihemo Community Board (5 vacancies) Votes Received

Elected

LINKLATER, Casey A Better Future 605
WATSON, Carol 531
ROY, Paul 519
MCGREGOR, Heather 501
DODD, Katrina Independent 349

Unelected

JARVIS, Deb 239
WESSELINGH, Stephen Independent 178

INFORMAL 2
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 37

Oamaru Licensing Trust (5 vacancies) Votes Received

Elected

MCMILLAN, Denise 5,125
BROSNAN, Ali 4,928
MCLAY, Alan 4,453
BOND, Peter James 4,382
PRESCOTT, Warren L. 3,182

Unelected

SENIOR, Roly (Ronald) 2,844
PRAKASH, Allan Independent 2,380
ROBERTSON, Mark 1,840

INFORMAL 45
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 1,285

The voter return was 52.23%, being 8,254 votes, excluding votes in transit to the processing centre and special votes.

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