As of 9am on Monday morning there had only been 4,356 formal votes tallied and no pre-poll votes reported dragging out the results of the Hilltops Council election that took place on Saturday.
At 9am the tally and percents sat at:
John Piper - 468 / 10.74 percent
Margaret Roles - 542 / 12.44 percent
Tony Hewson - 197 / 4.52 percent
John Niven - 123 / 2.82 percent
Tony Flanery - 371 / 8.52 percent
Greg Armstrong - 162 / 3.72 percent
Jo Mackay - 365 / 8.38 percent
Matthew Stadtmiller - 588 / 13.50 percent
Alison Foreman - 584 / 13.41 percent
Brian Ingram - 361 / 8.29 percent
John Horton - 176 / 4.04 percent
Mary Dodd - 222 / 5.10 percent
Patrick FitzGerald - 197 / 4.52 percent
The total number of votes both formal and other at 9am on Monday was 4,719.
The progressive quota is 364.
With preferences and pre-poll, mail in voting and iVote ballots to still be counted the results could still change, however if the election was to be called right now the 11 candidates elected would be:
Matthew Stadtmiller, Alison Foreman, Margaret Roles, John Piper, Greg Armstrong, Tony Flanery, Joanne Mackay, Brian Ingram, Mary Dodd, Tony Hewson and Patrick Fitzgerald.