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Hamilton Election progress results

Election progress results now available
Attached are the progress results for the Hamilton City Council elections, as at 12.05pm 12 October 2013.

These include the results for the positions of Mayor and councillor, the fluoride referendum and the Electoral System poll.

Progress results indicate that Julie Hardaker has been re-elected as Mayor of Hamilton.

West Ward councillors:
• Martin Gallagher
• Andrew King
• Dave (Mac) Macpherson
• Angela O’Leary
• Leo Tooman
• Ewan Wilson

East Ward councillors:
• Margaret Forsyth
• Garry Mallett
• Philip Yeung
• Rob Pascoe
• Gordon Chesterman
• Karina Green

Progress results are based on all votes returned to the Electoral Office by the end of yesterday (Friday 11 October). The remaining votes will be counted this afternoon and the preliminary results will be announced later today.

Results (Progressive)

These results are available on our website www.hamilton.co.nz/elections. Any updates will be added here.

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