The City of Greater Geelong was sacked in April 2016 and replaced by administrators. Initially the term of administrators was to be until 2020 but this was subsequently reduced to see councilors elected in 2017.
The 2017 elections saw a new ward structure replacing single-councilor wards with four multi-councilor wards. The 2017 boundaries will not be changed for the 2020 election.
Mayors in the City of Greater Geelong are appointed by their fellow councillors for two years. Cr Bruce Harwood served as mayor from 2017-2019 and then Cr Stephanie Asher was appointed mayor.
Voting has closed. This page will be updated as results are received from the VEC and scrutineers watching the count.
Voter Turnout: 155,048 (75.97% of total enrolment)
Informal Votes: 7,474 (4.82% of total votes)
Formal Votes: 147,574
|Bellarine (Greater Geelong)|
|Brownbill (Greater Geelong)|
|Kardinia (Greater Geelong)|
|Windermere (Greater Geelong)|
1 seat in doubt.
|Animal Justice Party||0||3,408||2.31%|
9 candidates, 3 vacancies. Bellarine (Greater Geelong) electorate profile and candidates
|Naomi Adams||Animal Justice Party||View|
12 candidates, 3 vacancies. Brownbill (Greater Geelong) electorate profile and candidates
12 candidates, 3 vacancies. Kardinia (Greater Geelong) electorate profile and candidates
|Jen Gamble||Animal Justice Party||View|
5 candidates, 2 vacancies. Windermere (Greater Geelong) electorate profile and candidates
|Sarah Hathway||Socialist Alliance||View|
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