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QLDC triennial elections - final result

Mayoralty Votes Received
BOULT, Jim 6,175

KIDDLE, Nik Independent 3,999
ANGUS, Al Independent 1,344
INFORMAL 8
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 321
Jim BOULT is declared elected.

Queenstown-Wakatipu Ward (6 vacancies) Votes Received
FERGUSON, Craig (Ferg) 3,497
MILLER, Valerie 3,116
CLARK, Penny Independent 3,005
MACDONALD, John 2,833
GLADDING, Niki 2,346
MASON, AJ 2,184

LEWERS, Glyn 2,183
FAUL, Peter 2,054
GLOVER, John 2,021
SCANNELL, Grant Independent 1,373
INFORMAL 4
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 127
Penny CLARK, Craig (Ferg) FERGUSON, Niki GLADDING, John MACDONALD, AJ MASON and Valerie MILLER are declared elected.

Wanaka Ward (3 vacancies) Votes Received
SMITH, Quentin Independent 3,373
MACLEOD, Calum 2,663
SHAW, Niamh (Neeve) 2,522

BRUCE, Barry 1,970
HAWORTH, Lincoln 1,797
WALTHEW, Cherilyn 1,166
INFORMAL 20
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 70
Calum MACLEOD, Niamh (Neeve) SHAW and Quentin SMITH are declared elected.

Wanaka Community Board (4 vacancies) Votes Received
BRUCE, Barry 2,899
HADFIELD, Chris 2,778
BATTSON, Jude 2,601
TAYLOR, Ed 2,556

COCKS, Lyal 2,322
EAST, Barbara 2,186
INFORMAL 1
BLANK VOTING PAPERS 173
Jude BATTSON, Barry BRUCE, Chris HADFIELD and Ed TAYLOR are declared elected.

The voter return was 49.05%, being 11,522 votes, excluding special votes.

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