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Hastings District Council - final 2016 election results

Hastings District Council

2016 Triennial Elections

DECLARATION OF RESULT

The final result for the Hastings District Council elections held on Saturday 8th October is as follows.

Mayor Votes Received

YULE, Lawrence 11,533

WELLWOOD, Guy 7,988
PIERCE, Adrienne 5,053

INFORMAL 43
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 465

Lawrence Yule is declared elected.


Heretaunga Ward (2 vacancies) Votes Received

HEAPS, Rodney 2,357
REDSTONE, Ann 2,075

WHAITIRI, Jason 2,071

INFORMAL 5
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 131

Rodney Heaps and Ann Redstone are declared elected.


Hastings-Havelock North Ward (8 vacancies) Votes Received

HAZLEHURST, Sandra Independent 8,878
DIXON, Malcolm 8,336
HARVEY, Damon 7,915
WATKINS, Kevin 7,869
BARBER, Bayden 6,788
TRAVERS, Geraldine 6,678
PIERCE, Adrienne 6,324
NIXON, Simon JH 6,320

BRADSHAW, Wayne Lindsay 5,692
MACKINTOSH, David 5,644
PERLEY, Chris 4,206
MCHATTIE, Graeme 4,092
PORTER, John Independent 2,134

INFORMAL 19
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 414

Bayden Barber, Malcolm Dixon, Damon Harvey, Sandra Hazlehurst, Simon JH Nixon, Adrienne Pierce, Geraldine Travers and Kevin Watkins are declared elected.


Flaxmere Ward (2 vacancies) Votes Received

POULAIN, Jacoby 1,429
O'KEEFE, Henare Ngaera 1,210

AITCHESON-JOHNSON, Lynlee 632

INFORMAL 1
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 24

Henare Ngaera O'Keefe and Jacoby Poulain are declared elected.


Kahuranaki Ward (1 vacancy) Votes Received

LYONS, George 1,479

PERRY, Stuart 557

INFORMAL 0
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 178

George Lyons is declared elected.

The voter return was 46.78%, being 24,860 votes, plus special votes.


Jackie Evans
Electoral Officer
Hastings District Council
14 October 2016

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