Elections 2019 - Final Results
Final results for the 2019 Local Body Elections in the Western Bay of Plenty have been confirmed (as at 10:10am Friday, 18 October).
Please click here for the Declaration of Results of Elections for the Western Bay of Plenty District Council 2019 Elections.
Council and Community Board members will be sworn in at the Inaugural Meeting of Council at 1pm on Thursday, 7 November 2019. The first business meeting of the new Council is to be held on Thursday, 5 December.
Mayor (1 vacancy)
Garry Webber is therefore elected as Mayor.
Councillor - Te Puke-Maketu Ward (4 vacancies)
Grant Dally, Monique Lints, Kevin Marsh and John Scrimgeour are therefore elected as Te Puke-Maketu Ward Councillors.
Councillor - Kaimai Ward (4 vacancies)
Mark Dean, Murray Grainger, Margaret Murray-Benge and Don Thwaites are therefore elected as Kaimai Ward Councillors.
Councillor - Katikati-Waihi Beach Ward (3 vacancies)
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James Denyer, Anne Henry and Christina Humphreys are therefore elected as Katikati-Waihi Beach Ward Councillors.
Maketu Community Board – Member (4 vacancies)
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William Ra Anaru, Shane Beech, Laura Rae and Stephan Simpson are therefore elected as Maketu Community Board Members.
Te Puke Community Board – Member (4 vacancies)
Richard Crawford, Kassie Ellis, Tupaea Rolleston and Dale Snell are therefore elected as Te Puke Community Board Members.
Omokoroa Community Board – Member (4 vacancies)
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John Evans, Peter Presland, Derek Sage and Teresa Sage are therefore elected as Omokoroa Community Board Members.
Katikati Community Board – Member (4 vacancies)
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Neil Harray, Christina Humphreys, Kate Sutherland and Ben Warren are therefore elected as Katikati Community Boards Members. However, as Christina Humphreys has been elected a Councillor to the Katikati-Waihi Beach Ward, her name has been withdrawn and the next highest polling candidate John Clements is elected.
Waihi Beach Community Board – Member (4 vacancies)
The following candidates have been automatically elected as the number of candidates matched the number of vacancies.