City of Mandurah council elections 2017 results, the new councillors

Following the announcement of Rhys Williams wining Mandurah’s top job, vote counting continued to find out who will be joining Mr Williams as elected members.

Mandurah, meet your new elected members: 

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Coastal Ward

Candidate Merv Darcy has secured a spot in the Coastal Ward with 1360 votes. 

The Coastal Ward includes the suburbs of Clifton, Herron, Bouvard, Dawesville, Wannanup, Falcon and Erskine. 

North Ward

Mayoral hopeful Peter Jackson has secured a spot in the North Ward as councillor with 1892 votes. 

The North Ward includes the suburbs of Madora Bay, Lakelands, Meadow Springs, San Remo, Parklands, Silver Sands and part of Greenfields and part of central Mandurah. 

East Ward

Councillors Darren Lee and Lynn Rodgers have both been re-elected to represent Mandurah’s East Ward with 2306 and 2401 votes respectively. 

The East Ward includes the suburbs of Coodanup and Dudley Park and part of Greenfields. 

Town Ward 

Serving councillor Dave Schumacher has been re-elected to represent Mandurah’s Town Ward with 1916 votes, with first-time-runner Matt Rogers also securing a spot with 1818 votes. 

The Town Ward includes the suburbs of central Mandurah and Halls Head.