Invercargill election results

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

Mayoralty Votes Received

Elected

SHADBOLT, Tim 8,903

Unelected

LUDLOW, Darren 5,878
AMUNDSEN, Becs Proven. Dedicated. Real. 3,003
CHERNISHOV, Steve 566

INFORMAL 33
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 540

Council - At Large (12 vacancies) Votes Received

Elected

CLARK, Nobby Invercargill Ratepayers Advocacy Group 9,987
LUDLOW, Darren 9,106
BIDDLE, Toni 8,981
POTTINGER, Ian 8,895
LEWIS, Graham 7,906
ARNOLD, Allan 7,768
SKELT, Nigel 7,534
ABBOTT, Lindsay With the people at heart 7,416
AMUNDSEN, Becs Proven. Dedicated. Real. 7,387
CRACKETT, Alex Fresh Ideas. Future Focus. 7,216
SOPER, Lesley 6,762
KETT, Peter Warren 6,191

Unelected

HARPUR, Wayne 6,047
THOMAS, Lindsay 6,043
GRABER, Kari 5,776
CHILTON, Barry 5,772
BUCK, Thelma 5,280
STEWART, Barry R. 5,113
COOTE, Jay 3,683
PLEASANCE, Shane 3,474
THOMSON, Juliana 3,474
UAMAKI, Miriama Independent 3,207
TEMPERO, Russell (aka Judge) 2,935
CHERNISHOV, Steve 2,881
EDWARDS, Ian 2,496
JASPERSE, Carol (CJ) 2,004
COUGHLAN, Waka 1,520
MCDONALD, Alton 1,482
RIKKERINK, John Independent 836

INFORMAL 70
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 314

Invercargill Licensing Trust (6 vacancies) Votes Received

Elected

O'BRIEN, Paddy 9,505
PRENTICE, Suzanne 8,541
MIKA, Mike 8,500
NEWELL, Angela 6,792
DENNIS, Alan 6,238
BELLEW, Sean Peter 6,045

Unelected

O'CONNOR, Stephen 4,725
MORETON, Andrew 4,575
MCDONALD, Karl 4,285
DOWLING, Tom 3,852
NALLY, Steve Independent 2,553

INFORMAL 22
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 728

The voter return was 50.23%, being 19,322 votes, excluding votes in transit to the processing centre and special votes.

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