Preliminary Wanaka Community Board Election Result
Declaration of Preliminary Wanaka Community Board Election
Friday 3 November 2017. For immediate release.
The Wanaka Community Board by-election to fill one
vacancy closed at noon on Friday 3 November 2017. Jane
Robertson, Electoral Officer for the Queenstown Lakes
District Council can advise that the preliminary result of
the election is as follows:
Wanaka Community Board
Jude Battson is therefore declared to
The voter return is currently 35.62%,
being 3,004 voting papers.
The final result will be
available early next week. It will include a small number
of special votes and 85 votes that were hand-delivered to
the Wanaka Council office which are in transit to the
Ms Battson will be sworn in as a
member of the Wanaka Community Board at the next Board
meeting to be held on Thursday 30 November 2017.
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