Mayor of Hamilton, New Zealand facts for kids
The incumbent is Andrew King, who was first elected in the 2016 local government elections.
Mayoral elections were originally held annually but have been triennial since 1935. Elections were initially held in December, in April or May from 1901–1947, and have most recently taken place in October.
In 1989, Evans was the first woman to be elected Mayor of Hamilton. Following her retirement in 1998, all subsequent incumbents were defeated at their next election until Julie Hardaker's 2013 re-election.
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