Wellington City mayoral election, 2004

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Wellington City mayoral election, 2004
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Candidate Kerry Prendergast Bryan Pepperell
Party Independent Independent
Popular vote 27,002 18,115
Percentage 59.85% 40.15%

Mayor before election

Kerry Prendergast

Elected Mayor

Kerry Prendergast

The Wellington City mayoral election, 2004 was part of the New Zealand local elections, 2004. On 9 October 2004, elections were held for the Mayor of Wellington plus other local government roles. Kerry Prendergast was re-elected for a second term as mayor of Wellington.[1] This was the first Wellington mayoral election to be held under the Instant runoff voting system.

Results[edit]

e • d Summary of the 9 October 2004 election results
Candidates – Parties 1st round last round
Votes % Votes %
Kerry Prendergast 22,069 42.39% 27,002 59.85%
Bryan Pepperell 7,993 15.35% 18,115 40.15%
Rob Goulden 7,703 14.79%
Timothy O'Brien 6,560 12.60%
Jack Ruben 6,547 12.57%
Stephen Hay 1195 2.30%
Total 52,067 100% 45,117 100%

Ward results[edit]

Candidates were also elected from wards to the Wellington City Council.

Party/ticket Councillors
Independent 11
Labour 1
Greens 1
Alliance 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Election Results - 2004 Results". Wellington City Council. Retrieved 17 May 2010.