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Election results for the City of Armadale ordinary elections held Saturday 19 October 2019

Ballot draw

At the close of nominations, which occurred 4pm on 12 September 2019, 23 candidates were accepted by the Returning Officer for the City of Armadale ordinary elections.

Shortly after the close of nominations, the draw for positions on the ballot paper was conducted by the Returning Officer within the City of Armadale Council Chambers, 7 Orchard Avenue.

The list below shows the candidates, as drawn by the Returning Officer in the order they will appear on the ballot paper:

Ward Candidate
Heron SECKER Steven, KLEYN Arthur, STEWART James, FLYNN Emma
Hills SCIDONE Laurie, GIUMELLI Zaneta, NIXON Grant, THOMPSON Mark
Lake PIIPPONEN Samuel, VIRK Sam Singh, SHAH Naresh, SILVER Michelle
Minnawarra MARSIGLIO Margaret, BUSBY Kerry
Palomino NORTHCOTT Melissa, SARGESON Laurence, HETHERINGTON Paul
Ranford PETER Shanavas, PIIPPONEN Jasmine, PARNABAS John (Basker), GEARY Mark
River SCOTT Barry, JONES Hugh

Election results 2019

On 19 October 2019 elections were held for the City of Armadale resulting in the following candidates being elected for a four year term ending October 2023:

Ward Candidate
Heron FLYNN, Emma
Hills NIXON, Grant
Lake SILVER, Michelle
Minnawarra BUSBY, Kerry
Palomino NORTHCOTT, Melissa
Ranford PETER,Shanavas
River JONES, Hugh

The first Council meeting

At the first Council Meeting after the election, held Monday 21 October 2019, the following occured:

  • Newly elected councillors made their 'Declaration of Office'
  • Councillors elected Mayor (Cr Ruth Butterfield) and Deputy Mayor (Cr Carole Frost) for a term of two years and ending October 2021.
  • Councillors were also appointed by Council to the City's various committees and groups.

This public meeting was held in the Council Chambers at the City’s Administration Centre, 7 Orchard Avenue Armadale.

Previous election results

Previous City of Armadale election results can be found on the Western Australian Electoral Commission website.

Page Last Reviewed 29 October 2019