Final results, including special votes
new Council takes effect from Wednesday 23 October, once the final results have
been publicly notified in the local newspaper.
The candidate at the top of the list received the most votes while the candidate at the bottom of the list received the least.
|Mani Ah Far||Excluded||1||444|
|Beverley Anne Waken||Excluded||2||686|
Elected candidate – This candidate is declared elected.
Excluded candidates – These are listed from the last candidate excluded during the STV counting process to the first – in reverse order of exclusion.
Iteration: Refers to the number of times the votes are counted until the required amount of candidates are elected.
To be able to vote you must be:
To be able to make a postal vote you need to be enrolled to vote before 16 August.
Before every Local Elections we have to provide a pre-election report, which gives a financial and operational snapshot of where we are as a Council.
Click the link below to download a copy of this report.
Click the box below to find out how you can enrol to vote.
It sounds obvious but you can't vote unless you are enrolled to vote!
To enrol you must be:
The easiest way to vote is using a postal vote, and to do this you have to be enrolled before 16 August.
Enrolling to vote, making sure you are enrolled or simply checking your details are right is really straightforward.
The Electoral Commission have put together this simple tool to make things easy for you.
You can also find out who can and can't enrol to vote.
Not sure what the voting process is all about, why you should vote and who is eligible to vote?
Then check out this easy-to-understand LGNZ guide and get the answers to your voting questions.
You can also find out how you can enrol and vote with a disability.
The official notice of elections, with details of how and where you can vote, who you are voting for, and how to enrol , is below.