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St John Elections

States of Jersey elections held in St John since 2002:


Population of St John in 2011: 2,911
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Connétables Elections

There have been 5 elections (1 contested) for Connétable held in St John since 2003.


2003 St John Connétable Election

Election for the role of Connétable of St John (1 seat), .

Richard Dupré was elected as Connétable of St John in 2003.

NamePartyVotes
1 Richard Dupré 538 58.1%
2 Christopher Taylor 386 41.7%

926 votes (inc. 2 spoilt papers)
1,612 registered voters
57.4% turnout

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2008 Connétables Election

Election for the role of Connétable (12 seats), .

Graeme Butcher was elected as Connétable of St John in 2008 unopposed.

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2011 Connétables Election

Election for the role of Connétable (12 seats), .

Phil Rondel was elected as Connétable of St John in 2011 unopposed.

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2014 Connétables Election

Election for the role of Connétable (12 seats), .

Christopher Taylor was elected as Connétable of St John in 2014 unopposed.

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2018 Connétables Election

Election for the role of Connétable (12 seats), .

Christopher Taylor was elected as Connétable of St John in 2018 unopposed.

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Deputies Elections

There have been 6 elections (4 contested) for Deputy held in St John since 2002.


2002 Deputies Election

Election for the role of Deputy (29 seats), .

Phil Rondel was elected as Deputy of St John in 2002 unopposed.


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2005 Deputies Election

Election for the role of Deputy (29 seats), .

Andrew Lewis was elected as Deputy of St John in 2005.

NamePartyVotes
1 Andrew Lewis 524 47.5%
2 Christopher Taylor 290 26.3%
3 Michael Cotilliard 284 25.7%

1,104 votes (inc. 6 spoilt papers)
1,769 registered voters
62.4% turnout


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2008 Deputies Election

Election for the role of Deputy (29 seats), .

Phil Rondel was elected as Deputy of St John in 2008.

NamePartyVotes
1 Phil Rondel 678 62.9%
2 Patrick Ryan 396 36.7%

1,078 votes (inc. 4 spoilt papers)
1,923 registered voters
56.1% turnout


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2011 Deputies Election

Election for the role of Deputy (29 seats), .

Patrick Ryan was elected as Deputy of St John in 2011.

NamePartyVotes
1 Patrick Ryan 528 44.8%
2 Andrew Lewis 437 37.1%
3 Dave Ward 205 17.4%

1,179 votes (inc. 9 spoilt papers)
2,033 registered voters
58% turnout


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2014 Deputies Election

Election for the role of Deputy (29 seats), .

Tracey Vallois was elected as Deputy of St John in 2014 unopposed.


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2018 Deputies Election

Election for the role of Deputy (29 seats), .

Trevor Pointon was elected as Deputy of St John in 2018.

NamePartyVotes
1 Trevor Pointon 609 52.6%
2 Nigel Philpott 537 46.4%

1,157 votes (inc. 11 spoilt papers)
2,301 registered voters
50.3% turnout

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Senators Elections

There have been 10 elections for Senator held in St John since 2002.


2002 Senators Election

Election for the role of Senator (6 seats), — parish of St John.

Unfortunately, St John's voting records for this election are not currently available.

733 ballots (inc. 5 spoilt papers)
1,519 registered voters
48.3% turnout

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2003 Senator By-Election

By-election following the retirement of Ann Bailhache (1 seat), — parish of St John.

Ted Vibert was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Alastair Layzell 160 33.7%
2 Ted Vibert 152 32%
3 Ian McFirbishigh 85 17.9%
4 Geno Gouveia 44 9.3%
5 Harry Cole 24 5.1%

475 votes (inc. 10 spoilt papers)
1,559 registered voters
30.5% turnout

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2004 Senator By-Election

By-election following the resignation of Christopher Lakeman (1 seat), — parish of St John.

Unfortunately, St John's voting records for this election are not currently available.

447 votes (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
1,668 registered voters
26.8% turnout
Registered voters estimated.

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2005 Senators Election

Election for the role of Senator (6 seats), — parish of St John.

Freddie Cohen, Stuart Syvret, Ben Shenton, Terry Le Main, Terry Le Sueur and James Perchard were elected as Senators in 2005.

NamePartyVotes
1 Freddie Cohen 680 70%
2 Stuart Syvret 568 58.4%
3 Ben Shenton 562 57.8%
4 Terry Le Main 544 56%
5 Terry Le Sueur 485 49.9%
6 James Perchard 378 38.9%
7 Jerry Dorey 263 27.1%
8 Roy Travert 231 23.8%
9 Guy de Faye 229 23.6%
10 Kevin Lewis Centre Party 167 17.2%
11 Paul Le Claire Centre Party 156 16%
12 Denise Carroll Jersey Democratic Alliance 138 14.2%
13 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 128 13.2%
14 Roger Bisson 64 6.6%
15 Gino Risoli 32 3.3%

972 ballots (inc. 1 spoilt papers)
1,748 registered voters
55.6% turnout

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2008 Senators Election

Election for the role of Senator (6 seats), — parish of St John.

Ian Le Marquand, Alan Maclean, Paul Routier MBE, Sarah Ferguson, Philip Ozouf Jr and Alan Breckon were elected as Senators in 2008.

NamePartyVotes
1 Ian Le Marquand 663 70.4%
2 Alan Maclean 403 42.8%
3 Paul Routier MBE 394 41.8%
4 Sarah Ferguson 382 40.6%
5 Philip Ozouf Jr 378 40.1%
6 Alan Breckon 351 37.3%
7 Mike Higgins 287 30.5%
8 Mike Vibert 249 26.4%
9 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 197 20.9%
10 Montfort Tadier Time4Change 143 15.2%
11 Trevor Pitman Jersey Democratic Alliance 138 14.6%
12 Peter Troy 133 14.1%
13 Daniel Wimberley Jersey 2020 119 12.6%
14 Cliff Le Clercq 117 12.4%
15 Jeremy Maçon 105 11.1%
16 Chris Perkins 91 9.7%
17 Nick Le Cornu Time4Change 77 8.2%
18 Mark Forskitt Jersey 2020 66 7%
19 Adrian Walsh 64 6.8%
20 Nick Palmer Jersey 2020 54 5.7%
21 Mick Pashley 34 3.6%

942 ballots (inc. 5 spoilt papers)
1,906 registered voters
49.4% turnout

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2010 Senator By-Election

Stuart Syvret lost his seat in the house after being absent from Jersey, resulting in a by-election for Senator (1 seat), — parish of St John.

Francis Le Gresley MBE was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Patrick Ryan 246 35.5%
2 Francis Le Gresley MBE 234 33.8%
3 Stuart Syvret 120 17.3%
4 Gerard Baudains 66 9.5%
5 Nick Le Cornu 13 1.9%
6 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 11 1.6%
7 Gino Risoli 1 0.1%
8 Peter Whorrall 1 0.1%
9 Philip Maguire Votes Unknown

692 votes
2,030 registered voters
34.1% turnout
Registered voters estimated.

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2011 Senators Election

Election for the role of Senator (4 seats), — parish of St John.

Sir Philip Bailhache, Ian Gorst, Francis Le Gresley MBE and Lyndon Farnham were elected as Senators in 2011.

NamePartyVotes
1 Sir Philip Bailhache 821 70.8%
2 Ian Gorst 737 63.6%
3 Francis Le Gresley MBE 593 51.2%
4 Lyndon Farnham 450 38.8%
5 Freddie Cohen 395 34.1%
6 Rose Colley 332 28.6%
7 Stuart Syvret 193 16.7%
8 Mark Forskitt 90 7.8%
9 Darius Pearce 69 6%
10 David Richardson 66 5.7%
11 Linda Corby 65 5.6%
12 Chris Whitworth 34 2.9%
13 Sylvia Lagadu 33 2.8%

1,159 ballots (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
2,033 registered voters
57% turnout

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2014 Senators Election

Election for the role of Senator (8 seats), — parish of St John.

Sir Philip Bailhache, Ian Gorst, Andrew Green MBE, Alan Maclean, Lyndon Farnham, Paul Routier MBE, Philip Ozouf Jr and Zoe Cameron were elected as Senators in 2014.

NamePartyVotes
1 Sir Philip Bailhache 586 64.8%
2 Ian Gorst 559 61.8%
3 Andrew Green MBE 549 60.7%
4 Alan Maclean 471 52%
5 Lyndon Farnham 434 48%
6 Paul Routier MBE 405 44.8%
7 Sarah Ferguson 396 43.8%
8 Philip Ozouf Jr 383 42.3%
9 Zoe Cameron 373 41.2%
10 Malcolm Ferey 297 32.8%
11 Sean Power 291 32.2%
12 John Young 253 28%
13 Geoff Habin 213 23.5%
14 Guy de Faye 128 14.1%
15 Chris Magee 102 11.3%
16 Anne Southern Reform Jersey 86 9.5%
17 Konrad Kruszynski 74 8.2%
18 David Richardson 65 7.2%

905 ballots (inc. 2 spoilt papers)
2,158 registered voters
41.9% turnout

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2016 Senator By-Election

Following the resignation of Zoe Cameron on 12th July 2016, the Royal Court called a senatorial by-election (1 seat), — parish of St John.

Sarah Ferguson was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Sarah Ferguson 141 30.6%
2 Christian May 99 21.5%
3 Sam Mézec Reform Jersey 93 20.2%
4 Hugh Raymond 56 12.1%
5 John Young 44 9.5%
6 Guy de Faye 12 2.6%
7 Mary O’Keefe-Burgher 8 1.7%
8 Alvin Aaron 3 0.7%
9 Nick Le Cornu 3 0.7%
10 Mike Dun 1 0.2%
11 Stevie Ocean 1 0.2%

461 votes
2,162 registered voters
21.3% turnout

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2018 Senators Election

Election for the role of Senator (8 seats), — parish of St John.

Tracey Vallois, Kristina Moore, John Le Fondré, Steven Pallett, Lyndon Farnham, Ian Gorst, Sarah Ferguson and Sam Mézec were elected as Senators in 2018.

NamePartyVotes
1 Tracey Vallois 829 71.7%
2 Kristina Moore 683 59%
3 John Le Fondré 675 58.3%
4 Steven Pallett 561 48.5%
5 Lyndon Farnham 555 48%
6 Ian Gorst 542 46.8%
7 Moz Scott 529 45.7%
8 Sarah Ferguson 483 41.7%
9 Anthony Lewis 457 39.5%
10 Simon Brée 453 39.2%
11 Sam Mézec Reform Jersey 362 31.3%
12 Gerard Baudains 275 23.8%
13 Gordon Troy 200 17.3%
14 Frank Luce 90 7.8%
15 Gino Risoli 49 4.2%
16 Philip Maguire 38 3.3%
17 Stevie Ocean 30 2.6%

1,157 ballots (inc. 4 spoilt papers)
2,301 registered voters
50.3% turnout

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