Canning Council

Mayor: Patrick Hall
Deputy Mayor: Ben Kunze

Bannister Ward:​ Ben Kunze (declared Deputy Mayor) and Amanda Spencer-Teo (re-elected)
Beeliar Ward:  Lindsay Holland and Paul Tucek
Beeloo Ward:  Mark Bain and Sara Saberi (re-elected)
Mason Ward:  Jesse Jacobs and Hardeep Singh
Nicholson Ward: Craig Sweeney and Steve Parkinson

2021 Local Government Election

The City of Canning held an ordinary election for five vacant seats on Saturday 16 October 2021. 17,629 people voted in the recent election representing 31.49% of Canning's voting population. The newly elected Council was sworn in on Monday 18 October 2021 when Cr Ben Kunze was also declared Deputy Mayor.

2020 Extraordinary Election

The City of Canning held an extraordinary election for one vacant seat in Bannister Ward on Friday 13 March 2020. This seat (previously held by current Mayor Patrick Hall) expires 16 October 2021. Amanda Spencer-Teo is the successful candidate. Only residents and ratepayers in the Bannister Ward (who were on the electoral roll) could vote in this election. ​To view the boundary map for the Bannister Ward, please​ click here

2019 Election

16,439 people voted in the recent election representing 30.69% of Canning's voting population. Voter participation was down by 2.51% from the 2017 election.
The newly elected Council was sworn in on Tuesday 22 October 2019 when Jesse Jacobs was also declared Deputy Mayor.


 
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