Interesting result in Mangere

Thought you might be interested in this particular result in Mangere for the Community Board.
It says a lot when Labour does so poorly in their former "stronghold"
MANGERE COMMUNITY BOARD (5 vacancies)
RANK CANDIDATE NAME AFFILIATION VOTES
1 TAYLOR, Ken Mangere Residents &
Ratepayers
6492
2 DIXON, Les Mangere Residents &
Ratepayers
5615
3 SKELTON, Leau
Peter
Labour 5581
4 PAYNE, Val Mangere Residents &
Ratepayers
5377
5 LAUESE, Tafafunai
Tasi
Labour 5089
6 TOGIAMUA, Togiatolutama Walter Labour 5081
7 IKINOFO, Sally Labour 4545
8 TAWA, Koro Labour 4537
9 PO-WIHONGI, Tapu Anne Independent 3945
10 RICHARDS, Donna Puao . 3337

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