You have to be registered in order to vote. By registering now it means that you’ll be able to vote on election day or earlier at pre-poll stations, in the weeks leading up to the election.
Register to vote
If you want to vote in the States of Jersey elections, you need to make sure you are registered. You can register to vote by downloading a voter registration form and returning it to your Parish Hall.
If you don’t qualify to register to vote until after registration closes, you can apply for advance registration. This means that, if you turn 16, or if you will have been resident in Jersey for either:
- the last 2 years, or
- the last 6 months plus any other period(s) which total five years
by election day, then you can register in advance to vote in this year’s elections.
Registering to vote for the first time
The main Electoral Register will close at a given time and date, so if you don’t return your registration form before that date, you can apply to be included on the Supplementary Register. This means that you will not be able to pre-poll or postal vote, but you will be able to vote on election day. Your name will be added to the main electoral register after the elections.
If your name is not on any electoral register in force in the Island then you have a given deadline that will be announced once the election date has been set to return your registration form for inclusion on the Supplementary Register.