There were 4 elections held in Jersey in 2005.
- Trinity Connétable Election
1 seat · Uncontested
- Senators General Election
6 seats · 15 candidates · 42.6% turnout
- St Brelade Connétable Election
1 seat · 2 candidates · Turnout unknown
- Deputies General Election
29 seats (6 uncontested) · 56 candidates · 33.4% average turnout
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2005 Trinity Connétable Election
Election for the role of Connétable of Trinity (1 seat), .
John Gallichan was elected as Connétable of Trinity in 2005 unopposed.
2005 Senators Election
Election for the role of Senator (6 seats), .
|4||Terry Le Main||12,159||52.5%|
|5||Terry Le Sueur||9,976||43%|
|9||Paul Le Claire||Centre Party||5,413||23.4%|
|10||Denise Carroll||Jersey Democratic Alliance||5,081||21.9%|
|11||Kevin Lewis||Centre Party||5,028||21.7%|
|12||Guy de Faye||4,994||21.5%|
|13||Geoff Southern||Jersey Democratic Alliance||4,724||20.4%|
23,175 ballots (inc. 57 spoilt papers)
54,424 registered voters
2005 St Brelade Connétable Election
Election for the role of Connétable of St Brelade (1 seat), .
Mike Jackson was elected as Connétable of St Brelade in 2005.
Unknown registered voters
2005 Deputies Election
Election for the role of Deputy (29 seats), .
Grouville (1 seat)
Carolyn Labey was elected as Deputy of Grouville in 2005 unopposed.
St Brelade No 1 (1 seat)
Sarah Ferguson was elected as Deputy of St Brelade No 1 in 2005.
|2||Peter Le Maistre||232||27.6%|
840 votes (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
2,185 registered voters
St Brelade No 2 (2 seats)
1,910 votes (inc. 6 spoilt papers)
4,703 registered voters
St Clement (2 seats)
1,438 votes (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
5,306 registered voters
St Helier No 1 (3 seats)
|1||Paul Le Claire||Centre Party||644||58.4%|
|2||Judy Martin||Jersey Democratic Alliance||628||56.9%|
1,103 votes (inc. 5 spoilt papers)
4,289 registered voters
St Helier No 2 (3 seats)
|1||Shona Pitman||Jersey Democratic Alliance||625||53%|
|2||Geoff Southern||Jersey Democratic Alliance||547||46.4%|
|7||Stephen Beddoe||Centre Party||220||18.6%|
|9||Adrian Walsh||Centre Party||122||10.3%|
1,180 votes (inc. 6 spoilt papers)
4,032 registered voters
St Helier No 3 & 4 (4 seats)
|4||Guy de Faye||836||40.4%|
|5||Denise Carroll||Jersey Democratic Alliance||786||38%|
|6||Barry Shelton||Centre Party||685||33.1%|
|7||Darius Pearce||Centre Party||459||22.2%|
2,070 votes (inc. 7 spoilt papers)
7,586 registered voters
St John (1 seat)
Andrew Lewis was elected as Deputy of St John in 2005.
1,104 votes (inc. 6 spoilt papers)
1,769 registered voters
St Lawrence (2 seats)
|1||John Le Fondré||1,000||78.7%|
1,271 votes (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
3,149 registered voters
St Martin (1 seat)
Bob Hill BEM was elected as Deputy of St Martin in 2005 unopposed.
St Mary (1 seat)
Juliette Gallichan was elected as Deputy of St Mary in 2005.
528 votes (inc. 2 spoilt papers)
1,123 registered voters
St Ouen (1 seat)
James Reed was elected as Deputy of St Ouen in 2005 unopposed.
St Peter (1 seat)
Colin Egre was elected as Deputy of St Peter in 2005 unopposed.
St Saviour No 1 (2 seats)
894 votes (inc. 7 spoilt papers)
2,692 registered voters
St Saviour No 2 (2 seats)
|4||Stewart Le Breton||215||27.5%|
|5||Rosemary Pestana||Jersey Democratic Alliance||119||15.2%|
783 votes (inc. 8 spoilt papers)
2,473 registered voters
St Saviour No 3 (1 seat)
Roy Le Herissier was elected as Deputy of St Saviour No 3 in 2005 unopposed.
Trinity (1 seat)
Anne Pryke was elected as Deputy of Trinity in 2005 unopposed.