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Local body election candidates confirmed

Local body election candidates confirmed

16 August 2013

Nominations for the 2013 local elections closed at midday today.

The elections are being held on Saturday 12 October, 2013. This will be via postal voting, which will close at 12 noon on 12 October. The voting period starts on Friday 20 September 2013.

Voting documents will be sent by NZ Post to registered voters between between 20 September and 25 September 2013.

All Kāpiti residents aged 18 or older can vote so long as they are on the Residential Roll, or the Ratepayer Roll. You are automatically on the Residential Roll if you are on the Parliamentary Roll for an address within the Kāpiti Coast District Council area. There are several ways to be included on the Ratepayer Roll, but you must confirm your details each election year to remain on that roll.

The full list of people standing for the local body elections in Kāpiti is:

Mayor
Ross Church
Jackie Elliott
K (Guru) Gurunathan
Jenny Rowan
Ivan Sage
David John Scott
Gavin Welsh

District Wide (At Large – 5 vacancies)
Diane Ammundsen
Roger Booth
Mike Cardiff
Jackie Elliott
Peter Ellis
Maggie Harris
Brandon Holman
Brian Hooper
Naera Pomare
Ivan Sage
David Scott
Harold Thomas
Fiona Vining
Gavin Welsh
Jo Wypych

Otaki Ward (1 vacancy)
Penny Gaylor
David Mitchell
Colin Pearce

Waikanae Ward (1 vacancy)
Eric Gregory
Tony Lloyd
Aylwyn Patterson
Quentin Poole

Paraparaumu Ward (2 vacancies)
Murray Bell
K (Guru) Gurunathan
Tony Lester
Tim Parry

Paekākāriki-Raumati Ward (1 vacancy)
Janet Holborow

Otaki Community Board (4 vacancies)
James Cootes
Louise Dench
Rob Kofoed
Christine Papps
Colin Pearce
Marilyn Stevens

Waikanae Community Board (4 vacancies)
Eric Gregory
Tony Lloyd
Jocelyn Prvanov
Michael Scott
Jeremy Seamark
Harold Thomas
James Westbury

Paraparaumu-Raumati Community Board (4 vacancies)
Jonny Best
Trevor Daniell
Deborah Morris-Travers
Bernie Randall
David Scott
Kathy Spiers
Fiona Vining

Paekākāriki Community Board (4 vacancies)
Sam Buchanan
Steve Eckett
Philip Edwards
Jack McDonald
Graeme Tuckett

For more information look at the Elections section on Council’s home page at www.kapiticoast.govt.nz.

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