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Māori District Council election results updated: Raukawa, Mataatua, Aotea, Te Arawa and Te Tairawhiti

From late February to May 2015 elections were held across the Māori District Councils.  To view the election results for Raukawa District Māori Council, Mataatua District Māori Council, Aotea Māori District Council, Te Arawa Māori District Council, Te Tairawhiti, Tamaki ki te Tonga District Māori Council, Tauranga Moana District Māori Council, Te Waipounamu Māori District Council and Te Tau Ihu Māori District Council view the links below.

To view the full results from the Raukawa elections view the Raukawa District Māori Council District Māori Council page here

To view the full results from the Mataatua elections view the Mataatua District Māori Council District Māori Council page here

To view the full results from the Aotea elections view the Aotea District Māori Council District Māori Council page here

To view the full results from the  Te Arawa elections view the Te Arawa District Māori Council District Māori Council page here

To view the full results from the  Te Tairawhiti elections view the Te Tairawhiti District Māori Council District Māori Council page here

To view the full results from the  Tamaki ki te Tonga  elections view the Tamaki ki te Tonga District Māori Council District Māori Council page here

To view the full results from the  Tauranga Moana elections view the  Tauranga Moana District Māori Council page here

To view the full results from the Te Tau Ihu elections view the Te Tau Ihu Māori District Council page here

To view the full results from the Te Waipounamu elections view the Te Waipounamu Māori District Council page here

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