Seeing now that I will not be voting for myself, I would like to let my supporters know that I will be giving my mayoral vote to Annette Main and I believe that the "Main for Mayor" campaign is an honest one and if successful Wanganui will have a leadership style capable of heading this City into the future.
I now relish the opportunity to serve on council and use my skills, qualities, attributes and experience to work with Annette Main as our City civic leader.
Annette is an accepting person and very diverse with the capability to act and represent Wanganui. This City will be in safe hands if she is elected and I have the confidence that she can lead.
Interesting and strong personalities talked about how they can lead Wanganui !
In this photo, you can see the following candidates from left to right - Philipa, Jevan and Annette Main
During the debate, Goulter flicked his long brunette wig and waved his hot pink nails around, telling two of the candidates they were wasted votes and nothing but puppets", another that she has no personality and telling the council CEO "you're fired when I get in".
A total of 2.956 million people are enrolled to vote in the local elections, or 91.3 percent of the eligible population.
The electoral rolls for the 2010 local elections closed on Friday 20 August.
The Electoral Enrolment Centre has provided the details of these people to electoral officers around the country to send out voting papers in the mail for the local council and district health board elections.
2010 Local Elections enrolment numbers
91.3 percent of eligible voters enrolled (91.8 percent in 2007)
2,956,531 people enrolled (2,850,998 in 2007)
Main centre city council enrolment numbers
Auckland Council - 961,536 or 90.1 percent enrolled
Hamilton City Council - 93,112 or 89.2 percent enrolled
Wellington City Council - 136,098 or 87.9 percent enrolled
Christchurch City Council - 256,645 or 89.0 percent enrolled
Dunedin City Council - 86,400 or 86.9 percent enrolled