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St Martin Elections

States of Jersey elections held in St Martin since 2002:


Population of St Martin in 2011: 3,763
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Connétables Elections

There have been 5 elections (1 contested) for Connétable held in St Martin since 2006.


2006 St Martin Connétable Election

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

Silva Yates was elected as Connétable of St Martin in 2006.

NamePartyVotes
1 Silva Yates Votes Unknown
2 Peter Searle Votes Unknown
3 Roy Travert Votes Unknown

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2008 Connétables Election

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

Silva Yates was elected as Connétable of St Martin in 2008 unopposed.

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2011 Connétables Election

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

Michel Le Troquer was elected as Connétable of St Martin in 2011 unopposed.

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2014 Connétables Election

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

Michel Le Troquer was elected as Connétable of St Martin in 2014 unopposed.

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2018 Connétables Election

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

Karen Shenton-Stone was elected as Connétable of St Martin in 2018 unopposed.

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Deputies Elections

There have been 6 elections (3 contested) for Deputy held in St Martin since 2002.


2002 Deputies Election

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

Bob Hill BEM was elected as Deputy of St Martin in 2002.

NamePartyVotes
1 Bob Hill BEM 729 57.4%
2 Christopher Blackstone 539 42.4%

1,270 votes (inc. 6 spoilt papers)
2,248 registered voters
56.5% turnout


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2005 Deputies Election

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

Bob Hill BEM was elected as Deputy of St Martin in 2005 unopposed.


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2008 Deputies Election

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

Bob Hill BEM was elected as Deputy of St Martin in 2008.

NamePartyVotes
1 Bob Hill BEM 832 74.8%
2 Martin Greene 275 24.7%

1,112 votes (inc. 5 spoilt papers)
2,542 registered voters
43.7% turnout


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2011 Deputies Election

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

Steve Luce was elected as Deputy of St Martin in 2011.

NamePartyVotes
1 Steve Luce 1,008 58.6%
2 Bob Hill BEM 709 41.2%

1,720 votes (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
2,728 registered voters
63% turnout


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2014 Deputies Election

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

Steve Luce was elected as Deputy of St Martin in 2014 unopposed.


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2018 Deputies Election

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

Steve Luce was elected as Deputy of St Martin in 2018 unopposed.

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Senators Elections

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


2002 Senators Election

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

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

1,153 ballots (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
2,163 registered voters
53.3% turnout

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2003 Senator By-Election

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

Ted Vibert was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Alastair Layzell 255 35.2%
2 Ted Vibert 197 27.2%
3 Ian McFirbishigh 142 19.6%
4 Geno Gouveia 106 14.6%
5 Harry Cole 17 2.3%

725 votes (inc. 8 spoilt papers)
2,260 registered voters
32.1% turnout

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2004 Senator By-Election

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

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

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2005 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Freddie Cohen 887 69.4%
2 Ben Shenton 740 57.9%
3 Stuart Syvret 734 57.4%
4 Terry Le Main 722 56.5%
5 Terry Le Sueur 666 52.1%
6 James Perchard 594 46.4%
7 Jerry Dorey 441 34.5%
8 Guy de Faye 355 27.8%
9 Roy Travert 315 24.6%
10 Kevin Lewis Centre Party 223 17.4%
11 Denise Carroll Jersey Democratic Alliance 193 15.1%
12 Paul Le Claire Centre Party 193 15.1%
13 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 167 13.1%
14 Roger Bisson 94 7.3%
15 Gino Risoli 50 3.9%

1,279 ballots (inc. 1 spoilt papers)
2,400 registered voters
53.3% turnout

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2008 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Ian Le Marquand 845 66.1%
2 Philip Ozouf Jr 596 46.6%
3 Alan Maclean 571 44.6%
4 Paul Routier MBE 531 41.5%
5 Sarah Ferguson 495 38.7%
6 Alan Breckon 479 37.5%
7 Mike Vibert 373 29.2%
8 Mike Higgins 367 28.7%
9 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 298 23.3%
10 Peter Troy 212 16.6%
11 Montfort Tadier Time4Change 198 15.5%
12 Trevor Pitman Jersey Democratic Alliance 197 15.4%
13 Nick Le Cornu Time4Change 174 13.6%
14 Cliff Le Clercq 168 13.1%
15 Jeremy Maçon 137 10.7%
16 Daniel Wimberley Jersey 2020 131 10.2%
17 Chris Perkins 125 9.8%
18 Mark Forskitt Jersey 2020 82 6.4%
19 Nick Palmer Jersey 2020 80 6.3%
20 Adrian Walsh 50 3.9%
21 Mick Pashley 25 2%

1,279 ballots (inc. 6 spoilt papers)
2,530 registered voters
50.6% 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 Martin.

Francis Le Gresley MBE was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Francis Le Gresley MBE 336 36.1%
2 Patrick Ryan 310 33.3%
3 Stuart Syvret 138 14.8%
4 Gerard Baudains 75 8.1%
5 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 35 3.8%
6 Nick Le Cornu 24 2.6%
7 Philip Maguire 4 0.4%
8 Gino Risoli 2 0.2%
9 Peter Whorrall 1 0.1%

931 votes (inc. 6 spoilt papers)
2,697 registered voters
34.5% turnout
Registered voters estimated.

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2011 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Sir Philip Bailhache 1,191 71.5%
2 Ian Gorst 1,020 61.3%
3 Francis Le Gresley MBE 827 49.7%
4 Lyndon Farnham 754 45.3%
5 Freddie Cohen 567 34.1%
6 Rose Colley 510 30.6%
7 Stuart Syvret 262 15.7%
8 Mark Forskitt 140 8.4%
9 David Richardson 102 6.1%
10 Linda Corby 93 5.6%
11 Darius Pearce 66 4%
12 Sylvia Lagadu 54 3.2%
13 Chris Whitworth 47 2.8%

1,665 ballots (inc. 14 spoilt papers)
2,728 registered voters
61% turnout

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2014 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Ian Gorst 906 67.3%
2 Sir Philip Bailhache 897 66.6%
3 Alan Maclean 798 59.2%
4 Andrew Green MBE 793 58.9%
5 Philip Ozouf Jr 681 50.6%
6 Lyndon Farnham 655 48.6%
7 Paul Routier MBE 651 48.3%
8 Zoe Cameron 570 42.3%
9 Sarah Ferguson 550 40.8%
10 Sean Power 436 32.4%
11 John Young 364 27%
12 Malcolm Ferey 337 25%
13 Geoff Habin 286 21.2%
14 Guy de Faye 154 11.4%
15 Anne Southern Reform Jersey 143 10.6%
16 Chris Magee 131 9.7%
17 David Richardson 110 8.2%
18 Konrad Kruszynski 97 7.2%

1,347 ballots (inc. 7 spoilt papers)
2,767 registered voters
48.7% 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 Martin.

Sarah Ferguson was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Sarah Ferguson 252 35.9%
2 Sam Mézec Reform Jersey 133 18.9%
3 Christian May 115 16.4%
4 Hugh Raymond 75 10.7%
5 John Young 59 8.4%
6 Guy de Faye 31 4.4%
7 Mary O’Keefe-Burgher 24 3.4%
8 Nick Le Cornu 6 0.9%
9 Alvin Aaron 5 0.7%
10 Mike Dun 2 0.3%
11 Stevie Ocean Votes Unknown

702 votes
2,809 registered voters
25% turnout

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2018 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Kristina Moore 938 67.4%
2 John Le Fondré 869 62.5%
3 Tracey Vallois 830 59.7%
4 Ian Gorst 815 58.6%
5 Lyndon Farnham 797 57.3%
6 Steven Pallett 704 50.6%
7 Simon Brée 640 46%
8 Moz Scott 625 44.9%
9 Sarah Ferguson 594 42.7%
10 Anthony Lewis 584 42%
11 Sam Mézec Reform Jersey 420 30.2%
12 Gerard Baudains 289 20.8%
13 Gordon Troy 235 16.9%
14 Frank Luce 120 8.6%
15 Gino Risoli 51 3.7%
16 Stevie Ocean 37 2.7%
17 Philip Maguire 35 2.5%

1,391 ballots (inc. 4 spoilt papers)
2,782 registered voters
50% turnout

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