According to the iteration report on the KCDC website, these were:
Iride McCloy : 1431 (27.5%)
Michael Scott : 1416 (27.2%)
Geoffrey Churchman : 1362 (26.2%)
Tim Parry : 991 (19.1%)
We thought there wouldn’t be much in it between the first three, and we were right.
Obviously, Michael Scott got more second preference votes than Iride MCloy.
It’s worth noting that Iride’s main policy stance was disestablishing the water meters, while Tim Parry’s was starting the reservoir dam; both of which we agreed with and which by implication a majority of Waikanae people support — will Michael Scott take heed of that? Well, if he doesn’t, next time he shouldn’t expect re-election.