Council Elections

​​2018 Extraordinary Election​

An extraordinary election was held on the 17 August 2018 to fill a vacany on the North Ward. The election was held via​​ postal vote and was run by the Western Australian Electoral Commission.

The results of the election are as follows:

​Mary Nixon
​32 votes
​Vicki Eatts
​45 votes
​Sam Karamfiles
​89 votes
​Kim Skoss
​101 votes
​Elected
​Carla Logan
​16 votes

​2017 Ordinary Election

The 2017 Local Government Elections were held on Saturday, 21 October 2017. Full results can be found here.

The Shire of Manjimup has historically run in person elections, however in an effort to improve voter participation, the Election was conducted via postal votes. This also gives people with mobility issues the opportunity to receive the Candidate profiles and ballot paper in their own home and arrange for it's delivery. Find out more about postal voting in our FAQs.

Ward Representation

Your Councillors are elected​ by the community via the Local Government Elections. Elections are held every 2 years on the third Saturday of October. Councillors serve a 4 year term, thus at each ordinary election, approximately half of the eleven positions are up for election. This also means that for wards with only 1 elected member, ordinary elections only happen once every 4 years.

Each Councillor is elected to represent a ward in the district. The Shire of Manjimup is divided into 6 wards with the following division of labour;

​Central​5​Coastal​1​East​1
​North​1​South​1​West​2

To find out which ward you are in, check your rate notice or go here for ward maps.

Election Results

17 October 2015

19 October 2013

Page reviewed: 28 Aug 2018 3:39pm