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St Saviour Elections

States of Jersey elections held in St Saviour since 2002:


St Saviour No 1 Elections

St Saviour No 2 Elections

St Saviour No 3 Elections


Population of St Saviour in 2011: 13,580
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Connétables Elections

There have been 4 elections for Connétable held in St Saviour since 2008.


2008 Connétables Election

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

Peter Hanning was elected as Connétable of St Saviour in 2008 unopposed.

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2011 Connétables Election

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

Sadie Rennard was elected as Connétable of St Saviour in 2011.

NamePartyVotes
1 Sadie Rennard 1,740 53%
2 Peter Hanning 1,542 47%

3,282 votes
8,377 registered voters
39.2% turnout

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2014 Connétables Election

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

Sadie Rennard was elected as Connétable of St Saviour in 2014 unopposed.

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2018 Connétables Election

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

Sadie Rennard was elected as Connétable of St Saviour in 2018 unopposed.

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Deputies Elections

There have been 6 elections for Deputy held in St Saviour since 2002.


2002 Deputies Election

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


St Saviour No 1 (2 seats)

Celia Scott-Warren and Rob Duhamel were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 1 in 2002.

NamePartyVotes
1 Celia Scott-Warren 531 57.9%
2 Rob Duhamel 519 56.6%
3 Kevin Lewis 374 40.8%
4 Bob Mason 240 26.2%

917 ballots (inc. 10 spoilt papers)
2,355 registered voters
38.9% turnout


St Saviour No 2 (2 seats)

Alan Breckon and Lyndon Farnham were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 2 in 2002 unopposed.


St Saviour No 3 (1 seat)

Roy Le Herissier was elected as Deputy of St Saviour No 3 in 2002.

NamePartyVotes
1 Roy Le Herissier 500 82.4%
2 Karen Stevens 104 17.1%

607 ballots (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
1,822 registered voters
33.3% turnout


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2005 Deputies Election

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


St Saviour No 1 (2 seats)

Rob Duhamel and Celia Scott-Warren were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 1 in 2005.

NamePartyVotes
1 Rob Duhamel 622 69.6%
2 Celia Scott-Warren 551 61.6%
3 Patrick Corkery 389 43.5%

894 ballots (inc. 7 spoilt papers)
2,692 registered voters
33.2% turnout


St Saviour No 2 (2 seats)

Alan Breckon and Kevin Lewis were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 2 in 2005.

NamePartyVotes
1 Alan Breckon 508 64.9%
2 Kevin Lewis 348 44.4%
3 Huw Shepheard 235 30%
4 Stewart Le Breton 215 27.5%
5 Rosemary Pestana Jersey Democratic Alliance 119 15.2%

783 ballots (inc. 8 spoilt papers)
2,473 registered voters
31.7% turnout


St Saviour No 3 (1 seat)

Roy Le Herissier was elected as Deputy of St Saviour No 3 in 2005 unopposed.


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2008 Deputies Election

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


St Saviour No 1 (2 seats)

Rob Duhamel and Jeremy Maçon were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 1 in 2008.

NamePartyVotes
1 Rob Duhamel 569 55.9%
2 Jeremy Maçon 448 44.1%
3 Tony Nightingale 424 41.7%
4 Celia Scott-Warren 388 38.2%

1,017 ballots (inc. 8 spoilt papers)
2,787 registered voters
36.5% turnout


St Saviour No 2 (2 seats)

Kevin Lewis and Tracey Vallois were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 2 in 2008.

NamePartyVotes
1 Kevin Lewis 509 67.8%
2 Tracey Vallois 277 36.9%
3 Glen George 260 34.6%
4 Christine Papworth 198 26.4%
5 Cliff Le Clercq 129 17.2%

751 ballots (inc. 5 spoilt papers)
2,636 registered voters
28.5% turnout


St Saviour No 3 (1 seat)

Roy Le Herissier was elected as Deputy of St Saviour No 3 in 2008 unopposed.


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2011 Deputies Election

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


St Saviour No 1 (2 seats)

Rob Duhamel and Jeremy Maçon were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 1 in 2011.

NamePartyVotes
1 Rob Duhamel 773 60.3%
2 Jeremy Maçon 621 48.5%
3 Hedi Green 462 36.1%
4 Isabella Lewis 400 31.2%

1,281 ballots (inc. 8 spoilt papers)
3,094 registered voters
41.4% turnout


St Saviour No 2 (2 seats)

Kevin Lewis and Tracey Vallois were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 2 in 2011.

NamePartyVotes
1 Kevin Lewis 732 69.1%
2 Tracey Vallois 680 64.2%
3 Shelley Rose 387 36.5%

1,060 ballots (inc. 8 spoilt papers)
2,979 registered voters
35.6% turnout


St Saviour No 3 (1 seat)

Roy Le Herissier was elected as Deputy of St Saviour No 3 in 2011.

NamePartyVotes
1 Roy Le Herissier 764 75.5%
2 Charles Gouyet 245 24.2%

1,012 ballots (inc. 3 spoilt papers)
2,304 registered voters
43.9% turnout


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2014 Deputies Election

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


St Saviour No 1 (2 seats)

Jeremy Maçon and Peter McLinton were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 1 in 2014.

NamePartyVotes
1 Jeremy Maçon 780 62.6%
2 Peter McLinton 656 52.6%
3 Rob Duhamel 630 50.6%

1,246 ballots (inc. 16 spoilt papers)
3,061 registered voters
40.7% turnout


St Saviour No 2 (2 seats)

Kevin Lewis and Louise Doublet were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 2 in 2014.

NamePartyVotes
1 Kevin Lewis 727 73.2%
2 Louise Doublet 632 63.6%
3 Maureen Morgan 285 28.7%

993 ballots (inc. 13 spoilt papers)
2,923 registered voters
34% turnout


St Saviour No 3 (1 seat)

Terry McDonald was elected as Deputy of St Saviour No 3 in 2014 unopposed.


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2018 Deputies Election

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


St Saviour No 1 (2 seats)

Jeremy Maçon and Kevin Pamplin were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 1 in 2018.

NamePartyVotes
1 Jeremy Maçon 793 68.8%
2 Kevin Pamplin 509 44.1%
3 Isabella Lewis 395 34.3%
4 Fiona O’Sullivan Reform Jersey 339 29.4%

1,153 ballots (inc. 5 spoilt papers)
2,946 registered voters
39.1% turnout

St Saviour No 2 (2 seats)

Louise Doublet and Kevin Lewis were elected as Deputies of St Saviour No 2 in 2018.

NamePartyVotes
1 Louise Doublet 874 71.9%
2 Kevin Lewis 858 70.6%
3 Jaime Boylan Reform Jersey 334 27.5%

1,216 ballots (inc. 4 spoilt papers)
3,090 registered voters
39.4% turnout

St Saviour No 3 (1 seat)

Jess Perchard was elected as Deputy of St Saviour No 3 in 2018.

NamePartyVotes
1 Jess Perchard 528 49.3%
2 Mary O’Keefe-Burgher 266 24.8%
3 Andrew Le Quesne 161 15%
4 Tom Coles Reform Jersey 100 9.3%

1,072 ballots (inc. 17 spoilt papers)
2,447 registered voters
43.8% turnout

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Senators Elections

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


2002 Senators Election

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

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

2,784 ballots (inc. 4 spoilt papers)
6,238 registered voters
44.6% turnout

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2003 Senator By-Election

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

Ted Vibert was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Ted Vibert 476 30.2%
2 Alastair Layzell 428 27.2%
3 Ian McFirbishigh 329 20.9%
4 Geno Gouveia 248 15.7%
5 Harry Cole 82 5.2%

1,575 votes (inc. 12 spoilt papers)
6,320 registered voters
24.9% turnout

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2004 Senator By-Election

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

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

1,439 votes (inc. 8 spoilt papers)
6,311 registered voters
22.8% turnout
Registered voters estimated.

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2005 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Stuart Syvret 2,057 67.8%
2 Ben Shenton 1,850 61%
3 Freddie Cohen 1,622 53.5%
4 Terry Le Main 1,562 51.5%
5 James Perchard 1,229 40.5%
6 Terry Le Sueur 1,185 39.1%
7 Roy Travert 858 28.3%
8 Kevin Lewis Centre Party 803 26.5%
9 Jerry Dorey 802 26.5%
10 Paul Le Claire Centre Party 773 25.5%
11 Denise Carroll Jersey Democratic Alliance 768 25.3%
12 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 710 23.4%
13 Guy de Faye 602 19.9%
14 Roger Bisson 286 9.4%
15 Gino Risoli 171 5.6%

3,032 ballots (inc. 10 spoilt papers)
7,236 registered voters
41.9% turnout

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2008 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Ian Le Marquand 1,683 55.1%
2 Alan Breckon 1,589 52%
3 Philip Ozouf Jr 1,086 35.5%
4 Paul Routier MBE 1,082 35.4%
5 Alan Maclean 1,012 33.1%
6 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 999 32.7%
7 Sarah Ferguson 979 32%
8 Mike Higgins 879 28.8%
9 Trevor Pitman Jersey Democratic Alliance 689 22.5%
10 Mike Vibert 683 22.3%
11 Montfort Tadier Time4Change 677 22.1%
12 Jeremy Maçon 462 15.1%
13 Cliff Le Clercq 446 14.6%
14 Peter Troy 432 14.1%
15 Nick Le Cornu Time4Change 399 13.1%
16 Daniel Wimberley Jersey 2020 399 13.1%
17 Chris Perkins 374 12.2%
18 Mark Forskitt Jersey 2020 241 7.9%
19 Nick Palmer Jersey 2020 189 6.2%
20 Adrian Walsh 160 5.2%
21 Mick Pashley 79 2.6%

3,057 ballots (inc. 15 spoilt papers)
7,443 registered voters
41.1% 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 Saviour.

Francis Le Gresley MBE was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Francis Le Gresley MBE 743 39.2%
2 Stuart Syvret 475 25%
3 Patrick Ryan 296 15.6%
4 Geoff Southern Jersey Democratic Alliance 144 7.6%
5 Gerard Baudains 138 7.3%
6 Nick Le Cornu 50 2.6%
7 Philip Maguire 15 0.8%
8 Gino Risoli 11 0.6%
9 Peter Whorrall 3 0.2%

1,897 votes (inc. 22 spoilt papers)
8,014 registered voters
23.7% turnout
Registered voters estimated.

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2011 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Sir Philip Bailhache 1,981 59.3%
2 Francis Le Gresley MBE 1,852 55.4%
3 Ian Gorst 1,784 53.4%
4 Lyndon Farnham 1,301 38.9%
5 Rose Colley 998 29.9%
6 Freddie Cohen 920 27.5%
7 Stuart Syvret 823 24.6%
8 Linda Corby 333 10%
9 Mark Forskitt 317 9.5%
10 Darius Pearce 203 6.1%
11 Chris Whitworth 195 5.8%
12 Sylvia Lagadu 187 5.6%
13 David Richardson 173 5.2%

3,343 ballots (inc. 13 spoilt papers)
8,377 registered voters
39.9% turnout

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2014 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Andrew Green MBE 1,660 54%
2 Ian Gorst 1,592 51.8%
3 Sir Philip Bailhache 1,569 51%
4 Paul Routier MBE 1,420 46.2%
5 Alan Maclean 1,379 44.8%
6 Zoe Cameron 1,323 43%
7 Lyndon Farnham 1,259 40.9%
8 Philip Ozouf Jr 1,164 37.8%
9 Sarah Ferguson 1,157 37.6%
10 Sean Power 994 32.3%
11 Malcolm Ferey 967 31.4%
12 John Young 873 28.4%
13 Geoff Habin 702 22.8%
14 Anne Southern Reform Jersey 608 19.8%
15 Guy de Faye 483 15.7%
16 Chris Magee 436 14.2%
17 Konrad Kruszynski 295 9.6%
18 David Richardson 242 7.9%

3,076 ballots (inc. 20 spoilt papers)
8,369 registered voters
36.8% 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 Saviour.

Sarah Ferguson was elected as Senator.

NamePartyVotes
1 Sam Mézec Reform Jersey 498 33.5%
2 Sarah Ferguson 408 27.5%
3 Christian May 247 16.6%
4 John Young 117 7.9%
5 Hugh Raymond 108 7.3%
6 Mary O’Keefe-Burgher 43 2.9%
7 Guy de Faye 19 1.3%
8 Nick Le Cornu 17 1.1%
9 Alvin Aaron 14 0.9%
10 Mike Dun 8 0.5%
11 Stevie Ocean 7 0.5%

1,486 votes
8,721 registered voters
17% turnout

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2018 Senators Election

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

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

NamePartyVotes
1 Tracey Vallois 2,193 61.2%
2 Kristina Moore 1,902 53.1%
3 John Le Fondré 1,684 47%
4 Lyndon Farnham 1,572 43.9%
5 Sam Mézec Reform Jersey 1,542 43%
6 Anthony Lewis 1,494 41.7%
7 Ian Gorst 1,451 40.5%
8 Steven Pallett 1,439 40.2%
9 Sarah Ferguson 1,418 39.6%
10 Simon Brée 1,289 36%
11 Moz Scott 1,249 34.8%
12 Gerard Baudains 814 22.7%
13 Gordon Troy 653 18.2%
14 Frank Luce 300 8.4%
15 Gino Risoli 204 5.7%
16 Philip Maguire 168 4.7%
17 Stevie Ocean 150 4.2%

3,584 ballots (inc. 9 spoilt papers)
8,482 registered voters
42.3% turnout

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