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Progress election results for Nelson City Council

Progress election results for Nelson City Council
8 October 2016
The progress result for the Nelson City Council elections held on Saturday 8th October is as follows.

The progress result does not include some special votes and voting papers returned today that are still in transit to the processing centre. The outcome of these elections may change once all voting papers have been counted.

Mayoralty
Rachel REESE (Independent) 10,611
Pete RAINEY 4,500
Graeme O'BRIEN (Independent) 1,714
Richard OSMASTON (Money Free Party New Zealand) 397
Informal 30
Blank voting 385


At Large (12 vacancies) * denotes sitting Councillor
* SKINNER, Tim 8,185
* MCGURK, Brian 8,029
RUTLEDGE, Mike 7,979
* MATHESON, Paul 7,442
* LAWREY, Matt (Independent) 7,354
* NOONAN, Gaile (Independent) 7,300
DAHLBERG, Bill 7,125
* ACLAND, Luke 6,674
* BARKER, Ian 6,646
WALKER, Stuart Keith 6,619
COURTNEY, Mel 6,358
BRAND, Trudie (A Strong Voice for Nelson) 6,242

* FULTON, Kate (Independent) 6,101
* DAVY, Eric 6,048
DOUGLAS, Kindra 5,786
* COPELAND, Ruth 5,424
SHAW, Derek 5,347
BATT, Cindy 5,339
O'BRIEN, Graeme (Independent) 5,034
GARDENER, Kevin 4,940
MCCONVILLE, Cynthia 4,868
NEES, Derek 4,505
ALDER, Stephen 4,262
BRYANT, Heather (Caring Communities & A Vibrant City) 3,915
CORNELISSEN, Rosina (Independent) 2,131
DAIKEE, Glen 2,106
DALY, Sunny (Independent) 1,998
KAVANAGH, Robbie (Leading Nelson Forward) 1,748
Informal 56
Blank voting 213

The voter return was 48.35% being 17,488 voting papers, excluding voting papers in transit to the processing centre and special votes.


Warwick Lampp
Electoral Officer
Nelson City Council
8 October 2016

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