Only 14 votes separate Hamilton mayoral hopefuls
Andrew King holds the narrowest of leads in the race to become Mayor of Hamilton.
As of Sunday morning, he's ahead of rival Paula Southgate 8676 to 8662 - only 14 votes separating the pair.
Whether he holds onto that lead won't be known until Thursday, but a recount could be on the cards if they remain close.
Mr King told supporters in a text message there were "hundreds" of special votes to be counted.
Ms Southgate is yet to concede.
Previous Mayor Julie Hardaker didn't run for re-election.