Extraordinary Election - North Ward
On Friday 14 September the North Ward Extraordinary Election was held.
Michelle Sutherland has been elected as a North Ward Councillor for a term until 19 October 2019.
Official results are:
The City of Bayswater is made up of eleven Councillors representing four Wards, including the Mayor and Deputy Mayor who are elected to the positions by the Council.
Ordinary Local Government Elections are held every two years. At each Ordinary Election, at least half the City of Bayswater Councillors are elected for a term of four years. A Mayor and Deputy Mayor are voted into office by Elected Members at a special meeting of Council, held post-election, for a two year term.
The City's elections are conducted as postal elections by the Western Australian Electoral Commission. The Commission appoints a Returning Officer who oversees the elections which includes taking candidate nominations and supervising the count on election night.
Results of the 21 October 2017 Election can be found on the WA Electoral Commission website
To see which ward you are located in check out the following link
WAEC Call Centre phone: 1300 661 136
Department of Local Government https://www.dlgc.wa.gov.au/AdviceSupport/Pages/Local-government-elections.aspx
Department of Local Government Election Fact Sheets https://www.dlgc.wa.gov.au/Publications/Pages/Local-Government-Elections-Fact-Sheets.aspx
Department of Local Government FAQs https://www.dlgc.wa.gov.au/Pages/FAQ.aspx
WA Electoral Commission https://www.elections.wa.gov.au/elections/local
WA Electoral Commission forms and guides https://www.elections.wa.gov.au/elections/local-government-elections/local-government-forms-and-guides
FAQs Political Signage
FAQs Disclosure of Gifts