Vote.je is the official guide to voting and standing for election to the States Assembly – Jersey’s elected parliament.

Jersey’s next election: 22 June 22

The countdown has officially begun…

VOTING: What, Who, How and Where

We are aware that some households have been delivered the wrong constituency booklet by Jersey Post. To check your constituency, simply enter your postcode, select your address from the drop-down list and you will find your constituency, the full list of Deputies and Connétables candidates in your constituency, how many candidates you can vote for and the polling station to use on 22 June '22.

Connétables

St Mary: David Johnson 400 in favour 

Trinity: Philip Le Sueur 736 in favour and NOTC 295 

St John: Andy Jehan 1080 in favour and NOTC 44

St Martin: Karen Shenton Stone 1119 in favour

2022 Elected Candidates: Connétables

St Mary: David Johnson: 400 votes in favour 

St Ouen:

St Peter:

St Brelade:

St John: Andy Jehan: 1080 votes in favour

St Lawrence:

Trinity: Philip Le Sueur: 736 votes in favour 

St Helier:

St Saviour:

St Clement:

Grouville:

St Martin: Karen Shenton Stone: 1119 votes in favour

VOTING: What, Who, How and Where

We are aware that some households have been delivered the wrong constituency booklet by Jersey Post. To check your constituency, simply click the button below, enter your postcode, select your address from the drop-down list and you will find your constituency, the full list of Deputies and Connétables candidates in your constituency, how many candidates you can vote for and the polling station to use on 22 June '22.

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Return of postal votes:

If you are in receipt of a Postal Vote ballot, the sooner you are able to return the ballot to the Judicial Greffe, the smoother the voting process will be for those administering the votes. The information around Postal Voting encourages you to return your Postal Votes by the 17 June 2022 for that very reason. However, the most important point is that your votes are received and counted.

All Postal Votes received at the Judicial Greffe by no later than 12 noon on the 22 June 2022 will be passed on to the Returning Officer at your allocated Polling Station and included in the count.

If you have received a postal vote and will not be able to return it in the post to the Judicial Greffe by noon on the 22 June 2022, you can take your Ballot paper to your allocated Polling Station on polling day. You will need to tell the officers at the Polling Station that you are a postal vote candidate and, if the Returning Officer is satisfied that it is appropriate, we will be allowed to vote using your postal Ballot paper.

Election '22 Timeline

Return of postal votes:

If you are in receipt of a Postal Vote ballot, the sooner you are able to return the ballot to the Judicial Greffe, the smoother the voting process will be for those administering the votes. The information around Postal Voting encourages you to return your Postal Votes by the 17 June 2022 for that very reason. However, the most important point is that your votes are received and counted.

All Postal Votes received at the Judicial Greffe by no later than 12 noon on the 22 June 2022 will be passed on to the Returning Officer at your allocated Polling Station and included in the count.

If you have received a postal vote and will not be able to return it in the post to the Judicial Greffe by noon on the 22 June 2022, you can take your Ballot paper to your allocated Polling Station on polling day. You will need to tell the officers at the Polling Station that you are a postal vote candidate and, if the Returning Officer is satisfied that it is appropriate, we will be allowed to vote using your postal Ballot paper.

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How to vote

Election Day is just around the corner. Whether you're voting by post, at pre-poll or on Election Day, please head to our 'how to vote' page for all the information you need to be able to cast your vote on 22 June '22.

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Jersey’s next Election will take place on Wednesday 22 June 2022.

All of the 9 constituencies are listed below and include everything you need to be able to vote.

Each constituency page includes:

  • The number of representatives in your constituency
  • The constituency finder, which includes what, who, how and where you can vote
  • The list of polling station(s) in your constituency
  • The candidate manifesto booklet for your constituency

Election '22 Timeline

Election '22 Timeline

  • All Election ’22 candidates announced on Vote.je and to the media

    18 May

  • Registration for Postal Voting closes

    1 June

  • Booklets to all households with details of the candidates in their district

    Early June

  • Pre-poll open at St Paul’s Centre, St Helier

    13 – 17 June

  • Deadline to register for the supplementary register

    15 June at 12pm

  • The completed ballot papers and other documentation must be returned to the Judicial Greffe in order for the vote to be included in the count

    17 June at 12pm

  • Hustings

    June

  • Election Day

    22 June

  • Successful candidates are sworn in at the Royal Court

    27 June

  • Nominations close for Chief Minister

    27 June

  • States Assembly for the Chief Minister take place

    5 July

  • Ministerial nominations tabled by the Chief Minister designate and election of Scrutiny Chairs

    11 – 12 July

  • States Assembly election for Members of Scrutiny Panels and Committees take place

    19 – 21 July

  • States Assembly election for Members of Scrutiny Panels and Committees take place

    19 – 21 July

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