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St Lawrence Elections

States of Jersey elections held in St Lawrence since 2002:


Population of St Lawrence in 2011: 5,418
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Connétables Elections

There have been 4 elections (2 contested) for Connétable held in St Lawrence since 2008.


2008 Connétables Election

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

Deidre Mezbourian was elected as Connétable of St Lawrence in 2008.

NamePartyVotes
1 Deidre Mezbourian 1,300 76.6%
2 Tim Tindall 382 22.5%

1,697 votes (inc. 15 spoilt papers)
3,403 registered voters
49.9% turnout
Registered voters estimated.

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2011 Connétables Election

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

Deidre Mezbourian was elected as Connétable of St Lawrence in 2011.

NamePartyVotes
1 Deidre Mezbourian 969 53.7%
2 James Le Feuvre 836 46.3%

1,805 votes
3,736 registered voters
48.3% turnout

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2014 Connétables Election

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

Deidre Mezbourian was elected as Connétable of St Lawrence in 2014 unopposed.

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2018 Connétables Election

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

Deidre Mezbourian was elected as Connétable of St Lawrence in 2018 unopposed.

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Deputies Elections

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


2002 Deputies Election

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


Gerald Voisin and Maurice Dubras were elected as Deputies of St Lawrence in 2002.

NamePartyVotes
1 Gerald Voisin 877 70.9%
2 Maurice Dubras 743 60.1%
3 Deidre Mezbourian 550 44.5%
4 Peter Whorrall 66 5.3%

1,237 ballots
2,893 registered voters
42.8% turnout


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2005 Deputies Election

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


John Le Fondré and Deidre Mezbourian were elected as Deputies of St Lawrence in 2005.

NamePartyVotes
1 John Le Fondré 1,000 78.7%
2 Deidre Mezbourian 610 48%
3 Hugh Gill 435 34.2%
4 Julian Corbet 335 26.4%

1,271 ballots (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
3,149 registered voters
40.4% turnout


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2008 Deputies Election

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


John Le Fondré and Eddie Noel were elected as Deputies of St Lawrence in 2008.

NamePartyVotes
1 John Le Fondré 918 78.6%
2 Eddie Noel 518 44.3%
3 Hugh Gill 462 39.6%
4 Nick Palmer 274 23.5%

1,168 ballots (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
3,429 registered voters
34.1% turnout


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2011 Deputies Election

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


John Le Fondré and Eddie Noel were elected as Deputies of St Lawrence in 2011 unopposed.


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2014 Deputies Election

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


John Le Fondré and Eddie Noel were elected as Deputies of St Lawrence in 2014 unopposed.


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2018 Deputies Election

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


Kirsten Morel and Gregory Guida were elected as Deputies of St Lawrence in 2018.

NamePartyVotes
1 Kirsten Morel 1,499 86.9%
2 Gregory Guida 1,194 69.2%
3 Sarah Westwater Reform Jersey 299 17.3%

1,725 ballots (inc. 4 spoilt papers)
3,924 registered voters
44% turnout

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Senators Elections

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


2002 Senators Election

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

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

1,316 ballots (inc. 2 spoilt papers)
2,852 registered voters
46.1% turnout

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2003 Senator By-Election

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

Ted Vibert was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Alastair Layzell 292 35.4%
2 Ted Vibert 272 32.9%
3 Ian McFirbishigh 133 16.1%
4 Geno Gouveia 93 11.3%
5 Harry Cole 29 3.5%

826 votes (inc. 7 spoilt papers)
2,785 registered voters
29.7% turnout

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2004 Senator By-Election

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

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

731 votes (inc. 4 spoilt papers)
3,001 registered voters
24.4% turnout
Registered voters estimated.

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2005 Senators Election

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

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 1,009 66.1%
2 Stuart Syvret 956 62.6%
3 Ben Shenton 933 61.1%
4 Terry Le Main 887 58.1%
5 Terry Le Sueur 752 49.3%
6 James Perchard 610 40%
7 Jerry Dorey 496 32.5%
8 Roy Travert 380 24.9%
9 Paul Le Claire Centre Party 330 21.6%
10 Guy de Faye 327 21.4%
11 Kevin Lewis Centre Party 318 20.8%
12 Denise Carroll Jersey Democratic Alliance 280 18.3%
13 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 242 15.9%
14 Roger Bisson 130 8.5%
15 Gino Risoli 68 4.5%

1,526 ballots
3,134 registered voters
48.7% turnout

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2008 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Ian Le Marquand 1,068 62.7%
2 Alan Maclean 683 40.1%
3 Alan Breckon 673 39.5%
4 Philip Ozouf Jr 670 39.3%
5 Paul Routier MBE 644 37.8%
6 Sarah Ferguson 638 37.4%
7 Mike Higgins 504 29.6%
8 Mike Vibert 485 28.5%
9 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 400 23.5%
10 Montfort Tadier Time4Change 306 18%
11 Peter Troy 265 15.6%
12 Trevor Pitman Jersey Democratic Alliance 260 15.3%
13 Daniel Wimberley Jersey 2020 259 15.2%
14 Cliff Le Clercq 224 13.1%
15 Nick Le Cornu Time4Change 214 12.6%
16 Chris Perkins 175 10.3%
17 Jeremy Maçon 160 9.4%
18 Mark Forskitt Jersey 2020 116 6.8%
19 Nick Palmer Jersey 2020 112 6.6%
20 Adrian Walsh 78 4.6%
21 Mick Pashley 50 2.9%

1,704 ballots (inc. 15 spoilt papers)
3,403 registered voters
50.1% 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 Lawrence.

Francis Le Gresley MBE was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Francis Le Gresley MBE 418 44.3%
2 Patrick Ryan 216 22.9%
3 Stuart Syvret 163 17.3%
4 Gerard Baudains 79 8.4%
5 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 39 4.1%
6 Nick Le Cornu 21 2.2%
7 Philip Maguire 4 0.4%
8 Gino Risoli 2 0.2%
9 Peter Whorrall 1 0.1%

943 votes
3,558 registered voters
26.5% turnout
Registered voters estimated.

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2011 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Sir Philip Bailhache 1,251 69.8%
2 Ian Gorst 1,063 59.3%
3 Francis Le Gresley MBE 1,010 56.4%
4 Lyndon Farnham 744 41.5%
5 Rose Colley 571 31.9%
6 Freddie Cohen 549 30.6%
7 Stuart Syvret 313 17.5%
8 Mark Forskitt 139 7.8%
9 Linda Corby 106 5.9%
10 David Richardson 103 5.7%
11 Darius Pearce 93 5.2%
12 Sylvia Lagadu 63 3.5%
13 Chris Whitworth 50 2.8%

1,792 ballots (inc. 10 spoilt papers)
3,736 registered voters
48% turnout

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2014 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Ian Gorst 922 64.4%
2 Sir Philip Bailhache 917 64%
3 Andrew Green MBE 816 57%
4 Alan Maclean 789 55.1%
5 Paul Routier MBE 700 48.9%
6 Zoe Cameron 649 45.3%
7 Lyndon Farnham 644 45%
8 Philip Ozouf Jr 622 43.4%
9 Sarah Ferguson 588 41.1%
10 Sean Power 516 36%
11 John Young 489 34.1%
12 Malcolm Ferey 401 28%
13 Geoff Habin 287 20%
14 Guy de Faye 182 12.7%
15 Anne Southern Reform Jersey 178 12.4%
16 Chris Magee 131 9.1%
17 David Richardson 108 7.5%
18 Konrad Kruszynski 105 7.3%

1,432 ballots (inc. 2 spoilt papers)
3,693 registered voters
38.8% 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 Lawrence.

Sarah Ferguson was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Sarah Ferguson 226 31.4%
2 Sam Mézec Reform Jersey 149 20.7%
3 Christian May 110 15.3%
4 John Young 102 14.2%
5 Hugh Raymond 73 10.2%
6 Guy de Faye 21 2.9%
7 Mary O’Keefe-Burgher 18 2.5%
8 Mike Dun 6 0.8%
9 Nick Le Cornu 6 0.8%
10 Alvin Aaron 4 0.6%
11 Stevie Ocean 4 0.6%

719 votes
3,757 registered voters
19.1% turnout

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2018 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 John Le Fondré 1,207 69.5%
2 Kristina Moore 1,062 61.1%
3 Tracey Vallois 997 57.4%
4 Ian Gorst 854 49.2%
5 Lyndon Farnham 838 48.2%
6 Steven Pallett 807 46.5%
7 Sarah Ferguson 792 45.6%
8 Moz Scott 785 45.2%
9 Simon Brée 738 42.5%
10 Anthony Lewis 667 38.4%
11 Sam Mézec Reform Jersey 545 31.4%
12 Gerard Baudains 405 23.3%
13 Gordon Troy 305 17.6%
14 Frank Luce 154 8.9%
15 Gino Risoli 78 4.5%
16 Stevie Ocean 50 2.9%
17 Philip Maguire 48 2.8%

1,737 ballots (inc. 9 spoilt papers)
3,924 registered voters
44.3% turnout

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