Clutha District Council results

Here are the full "progress" results for the Clutha 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.



Clutha District Council: Mayor - Bryan Alexander Cadogan

Bruce Ward (3 vacancies)


Gaynor Doreen Finch 800 votes

Bruce Peter Vollweiler 767

Selwyn John Wilkinson 633


Paul Hanlon 223

Catlins Ward (1 vacancy)


Dane Joel Catherwood 216


Hilary Joan McNab 178

Lawrence-Tuapeka Ward (1 vacancy)


Melinda (Mel) Jane Audrey Foster 240

Geoffrey (Geoff) John Blackmore 131


Balclutha Ward(4 vacancies)

Wayne John Felts
Alison Joan Ludemann
Kenneth (Ken) Paul Payne
Carol Ann Sutherland

Clinton Ward (1 vacancy) 

Jo-anne Janetta Thomson

Clutha Valley Ward(1 vacancy)

Stewart Matthew Cowie

Kaitangata-Matau Ward (1 vacancy)

Bruce Roger Graham

West Otago Ward (2 vacancies)

John Stephen Herbert
Michele Lee Kennedy

Lawrence-Tuapeka Community Board (6 vacancies)

As not all 6 vacancies have been filled a by-election is automatically required to fill the remaining position. A by-election cannot be held any earlier than 17 February 2020.

Lynette (Lindy) Joan Chinnery
Geoffrey (Geoff) Thomas Davidson
Melinda (Mel) Jane Audrey Foster
Matthew Scott Little
Gary McCorkindale

West Otago Community Board (6 vacancies)

Cecil James Crawford
Barbara Anne Hanna
Antony William Robertson
Bruce Samuel Robertson
Linda Rozel Roulston
Suzanne Mary Wink

Clutha Health Incorporated

Hamish Crawford Anderson
Katherine (Kate) Louise Anderson
Phillip (Phil) Malcolm Atkinson
Paul Hanlon

Clutha Licensing Trust

Ward 2 Tokomairiro (2 vacancies)

Robert (Tiny) Graham Agnew
Evan Jenkins

Ward 3 Kaitangata (1 vacancy) 

Deborah (Debbie) Ann Robertson-Dunn

Ward 4 Lawrence (1 vacancy)

Jason Frederick Ross Lyders

Ward 6 Clinton (1 vacancy) 

Scott David McKenzie









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