An extraordinary vacancy has occurred in Rosstown Ward due to the resignation of Cr Neil Pilling on Tuesday 29 March 2022. The vacancy will be filled through a countback of the formal ballot papers cast at the last general election in October 2020. Votes will be redistributed to candidates who were unsuccessful at that general election, and who remain eligible to participate in the countback, to fill the extraordinary vacancy.
The countback will take place at 11am on Wednesday 27 April 2022. The Victorian Electoral Commission will be hosting the countback online via a webinar from 10.45am on Wednesday 27 April 2022. Interested parties may observe the countback by visiting the Victorian Electoral Commission website. The result will be published online at the Victorian Electoral Commission following the countback.
This page is about the 2020 Council elections. Council elections will be held again in October 2024.
Council election results
Following the October 2020 elections, Glen Eira’s 2020–2024 Council was officially sworn in at a Special Council Meeting held on Monday 9 November 2020.
|Camden Ward||Rosstown Ward||Tucker Ward|
|Cr Sam Parasol||Cr Margaret Esakoff||Cr Anne-Marie Cade|
|Cr Simone Zmood||Cr Tony Athanasopoulos||Cr Jim Magee|
|Vale. Cr David Zyngier||Cr Neil Pilling||Cr Li Zhang|
For election result details, visit the Victorian Electoral Commission website.
Election campaign donation returns disclosure
Section 306(1) of the Local Government Act 2020 requires all candidates to submit an election campaign donation return to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) within 40 days after election day.
Section 307(1) requires the CEO to submit a written report to the Minister within 14 days after the period specified in section 306(1). It should specify the names of the election candidates and those who submitted Returns under section 306.
Section 307(2) of the Act requires the CEO to ensure that they publish a summary of each return on Council’s website, within 14 days after the period specified in section 306.
We must display this summary on its website until the close of the roll for the next general election.
Download the summary of the Election Campaign Donation Returns 2020 (PDF, 378KB).