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Local elections

Local elections for the Auckland region are held every three years by postal vote. These elections determine who will become the mayor, councillors, and local board members and make decisions on behalf of all Aucklanders.

Voting closed in Aotea / Great Barrier by-election

Voting in the Aotea / Great Barrier by-election closed at 12 noon on Friday 24 February 2023.

Final results have been officially declared in a public notice.

Local elections 2022

Voting in the local elections 2022 closed at 12 noon on Saturday 8 October.

Visit the Vote Auckland website to find out all you need to know about the 2022 local elections.

On Vote Auckland, you can:

  • read the daily vote count report
  • find out what happened on the last day of voting
  • view the final count and official election results .

Local elections 2022 official results

Visit the Vote Auckland website to find the final count and official results for:

View the final count and official results now

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