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Progressive election results for Horizons Regional Council


Monday 10 October


Progressive election results for Horizons Regional Council #4

Local body voting closed at 12 noon Saturday 8 October.

Progress results are available on Horizons Regional Council’s elections page at www.horizons.govt.nz.

Horizons electoral officer Craig Grant says that approximately 99 per cent of the votes have now been counted.

“While these results are not final, they give a good indication of results so far,” says Mr Grant.

“Once all special votes have been accounted for, a final declaration of results will posted around 13 October.

“Horizons inaugural Council Meeting will be held at 10am Thursday 20 October at Regional House.”

At this stage the results are as follows:



10 October 2016
8.00 am

PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF ELECTION – OCTOBER 2016

MANAWATU-WANGANUI REGIONAL COUNCIL
(trading as Horizons Regional Council)


MANAWATU-RANGITIKEI CONSTITUENCY (two members)
There was no election for this constituency as Bruce GORDON and Gordon MCKELLAR were elected unopposed.





PALMERSTON NORTH CONSTITUENCY (four members)
99% of votes counted
Rachel KEEDWELL 11,061
Pat KELLY 10,721
Paul RIEGER 10,492
Wiremu Kingi TE AWE AWE 10,011
Amey BELL-BOOTH 9,133
Ralph PUGMIRE 6,789
Blank Votes 1,629
Informal Votes 291


RUAPEHU CONSTITUENCY (one member)
99% of votes counted
Bruce ROLLINSON 2,122
John CHAPMAN 913
Blank Votes 478
Informal Votes 3


TARARUA CONSTITUENCY (one member)
99% of votes counted
John BARROW 3,107
Andrew DAY 1,604
Lorraine STEPHENSON 1,319
Blank Votes 394
Informal Votes 11


WANGANUI CONSTITUENCY (two members)
99% of votes counted
David COTTON 8,823
Nicola PATRICK 7,635
Jeremy AUSTIN 6,801
Allan WRIGGLESWORTH 4,846
Blank Votes 1,806
Informal Votes 44


HOROWHENUA-KAIRANGA CONSTITUENCY (two members)

99% of votes counted
Lindsay BURNELL 5,616
Colleen SHELDON 5,217
Sam FERGUSON 4,403
Geoffrey KANE 4,374
Christine MORIARTY 2,848
Blank Votes 1,104
Informal Votes 55

Craig Grant
Electoral Officer
Horizons Regional Council
Palmerston North


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