Local government elections are held every three years. The last local elections were on Saturday 12 October 2019. In this section: 2019 election - final results 2019 Local Elections Information and Pre-Election Report Election Candidates 2019 Who Can Vote? More about the services Council delivers 2016 election - final results 2013 election - final results For Thames-Coromandel District Council elections, the electors vote for the Mayor, the councillor(s) in their Ward, Community Board members in their Community Board area and for the Coromandel's representative to the Waikato Regional Council. Voting opened on 20 September and closes at noon on 12 October. Get your vote in the post by 8 October at the latest, or earlier to be sure it is counted. After 8 October, you can hand deliver your vote to any of our Council offices. If you haven't received your voting pack in the post, or you're not a registered voter, contact our election office on 0800 922 822 to get a special vote, or come by any of our Council offices. Read the Candidate Information Handbook (download from the right side of this page) to find out more about how Council works, the roles and workload of elected members, the legislative environment local government works in, and more. Property owners who normally live outside the district may be entitled to vote here too, check the Who can vote page below for more information. You may need to register on the Ratepayer Electoral Roll. In the Thames-Coromandel District, we operate a first-past-the-post electoral system, which means that a candidate needs to get the majority of the votes to win a place at the Council or Community Board. The Pre-Election Report is prepared as an easy reference document to provide information about topical issues, including an overview of the district, financial information and a summary of major projects underway or planned for the next three years. Essential reading for voters as well as people considering running as a candidate. The report is prepared independent of elected members and is not a political document.