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Canterbury District Health Board election results

11 October 2004

Canterbury District Health Board election results

Canterbury District Health Board electoral officer Max Robertson has this morning put out the following advice about the CDHB election results:

"There has been an unexpected delay in the completion of the preliminary count for nearly all District Health Boards, including the Canterbury District Health Board. Most DHB electoral officers contracted a company by the name of electionz.com to process and count the DHB STV votes. Electionz.com has informed DHB electoral officers that it is experiencing delays in producing results because of the large number of late votes, and a higher than expected number of votes requiring manual checking (with a desire to ensure that preliminary results are as accurate as possible, prior to release).

"At this stage electionz.com is unable to provide an indication of when the CDHB results will be released, but has undertaken to release them as soon as they become available."


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