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Len Brown Wins Auckland Mayoralty - Progress Result

[Scoop editor's note: See also Gordon Campbell's extended interview with Len Brown... Werewolf - Sunshine Superman]

Len Brown Wins Auckland Mayoralty - Progress Results

Press Release
Auckland Council

Issue: Mayor (1)
Date: 09/10/2010
Time: 12:23:00

Candidate Affiliation Candidate No Votes Received Rank
AUSTIN, Aileen Independent 101 1552
BANKS, John Independent 102 161167
BARR, Marlene Independent 103 692
BRIGHT, Penny 104 2529

BROWN, Len Independent 105 221365 1

CHAPMAN, Hugh Independent 106 1878
CRAIG, Colin Independent 107 40483
DAVE, Nga Independent 108 840
FONG, Harry Independent 109 1434
GILLIES, Shannon 110 467
KAHUI, Vinnie 111 1120
MCCULLOCH, Alan Independent 112 1520
MCDONALD, Steve Independent 113 643
NEESON, Vanessa Independent 115 2885
O'CONNOR, Phil Christians Against Abortion 116 1209
PRAST, Simon Independent 117 3578
PRESLAND, Raymond 118 278
ROSS, Mark Independent 119 3076
VERMUNT, Annalucia Communist League 120 427
WILLIAMS, Andrew Independent Progressive Leadership 121 3813
WILLMOTT, David Roads First 122 519
YOUNG, Wayne 123 553
INFORMAL 124 1261
BLANK 125 3752

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