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Candidates elected unopposed

Candidates elected unopposed

Candidates for Deputy

More than 60 people have put themselves forward to become candidates for Deputy in Jersey.

Just as you thought it was all over - the elections in Jersey are set to get underway all over again.

This time you'll be voting for the Deputies, well unless you're in Grouville, St Ouen, St Saviour 3 or Trinity as the candidates in those districts were elected unopposed.

Nomination meetings took place in all the parishes on 4 November.

There are 29 Deputies seats available in the States and 67 islanders said they were running for them.

Of those seats 25 will be decided at the elections in 13 districts later this month while four were elected unopposed.

Candidates elected unopposed

Candidates elected unopposed

Just over a quarter of the candidates for Deputy are female and 22 are existing States members.

Ten of the candidates stood in the recent Senatorial poll and are hopeful of success this time round in the Deputies elections.

Voting takes place on Wednesday the 26 November.

 
HERE IS THE FULL LIST OF CANDIDATES
NOTE: The number under the district initials is the number of seats available in that district. Candidates in light grey were elected unopposed.
 
SB1
(1)
Alan
Beadle
Angela
Jeune
Mark
Sutton
 
SB2
(2)
Martha
Bernstein
Richard
de la Haye
Jeff
Hathaway
John
Le Galle
 
Mervyn
Le Masurier
Sean
Power
Montfort Tadier Graham
Truscott
 
SC
(2)
Gerard
Baudains
Anne
Dupre
Ian
Gorst
Phil
Maquire
Jeremy
Strickland
 
SJ
(1)
Phil
Rondel
Patrick
Ryan
 
SL
(2)
Hugh
Gill
John
Le Fondre
Edward
Noel
Nick
Palmer
 
SM
(1)
Bob
Hill
Martin
Greene
 
SH1
(3)
Brian
Beadle
Paul
Le Claire
Nick
Le Cornu
Judy
Martin
 
Trevor
Pitman
(JDA)
Katy
Ringsdore
Chris
Whitworth
 
SH2
(3)
Giffard
Aubin
Rob
Bryans
Debbie
de Sousa
(JDA)
Shona
Pitman
(JDA)
 
Geoff
Southern
(JDA)
Sue
Stoker
Adrian
Walsh
 
SH3
(4)
Steve
Beddoe
David
Beuzeval
Gil
Blackwood
Guy
de Faye
Ben
Fox
Andrew
Green
Suzette
Hase
Mike
Higgins
Jackie
Hilton
Jacqui
Huet
Colin
Russell
 
SS1
(2)
Rob
Duhamel
Jeremy
Macon
Tony
Nightingale
Celia
Scott Warren
 
SS2
(2)
Glen
George
Cliff
Le Clercq
Kevin
Lewis
Christine
Papworth
(JDA)
Tracey
Vallois
 
SS3
(1)
Roy
Le Herissier
G
(1)
Carolyn
Labey
SM
(1)
Robert David
Johnson
David
Richardson
Daniel
Wimberley
 
SO
(1)
James
Reed
SP
(1)
Collin
Egre
Julie
Rabet
 
T
(1)
Anne
Pryke
 

ST BRELADE 1 (1)
Alan Beadle
Angela Jeune
Mark Sutton

ST BRELADE 2 (2)
Martha Bernstein
Richard de la Haye
Jeff Hathaway
John Le Galle
Mervyn Le Masurier
Deputy Sean Power
Montfort Tadier
Graham Truscott

ST CLEMENT (2)
Deputy Gerard Baudains
Anne Dupre
Deputy Ian Gorst
Phil Maguire
Jeremy Strickland

ST JOHN (1)
Phil Rondel
Deputy Patrick Ryan

ST LAWRENCE (2)
Hugh Gill
Deputy John Le Fondre
Edward Noel
Nick Palmer

ST MARTIN (1)
Deputy Bob Hill
Martin Greene

ST HELIER 1 (3)
Brian Beadle
Deputy Paul Le Claire
Nick Le Cornu
Deputy Judy Martin
Trevor Pitman
Katy Ringsdore
Chris Whitworth

ST HELIER 2 (3)
Giffard Aubin
Rod Bryans
Debbie de Sousa
Deputy Shona Pitman
Deputy Geoff Southern
Sue Stoker
Adrian Walsh

ST HELIER 3 (4)
Steve Beddoe
David Beuzeval
Gil Blackwood
Deputy Guy De Faye
Deputy Ben Fox
Andrew Green
Suzette Hase
Mike Higgins
Deputy Jackie Hilton
Deputy Jacqui Huet
Colin Russell

ST SAVIOUR 1 (2)
Deputy Rob Duhamel
Jeremy Macon
Tony Nightingale
Deputy Celia Scott Warren

ST SAVIOUR 2 (2)
Glen George
Cliff Le Clercq
Deputy Kevin Lewis
Christine Papworth
Tracey Vallois

ST SAVIOUR 3 (1)
Deputy Roy Le Herissier (re-elected unopposed)

GROUVILLE (1)
Deputy Carolyn Labey (elected unopposed)

ST MARY (1)
Robert David Johnson
David Richardson
Daniel Wimberley

ST OUEN (1)
Deputy James Reed (re-elected unopposed)

ST PETER (1)
Deputy Collin Egre
Julie Rabet

TRINITY (1)
Deputy Anne Pryke (re-elected unopposed)

 

last updated: 05/11/2008 at 11:16
created: 05/11/2008

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siobhan
I think that whey should be island wide actually John. People in other parishes should get to vote in.

kelly
i think that there is too many deputies... there should be one for each parish district and no more.

Rhona
A deputy does represent a particular parish, but they still have the chance to vote on issues which affect the whole island.

Proxy vote
I can't understand why Jersey people can't understand why they can't vote for representatives in other parishes? because that's they way other countries do it. For instance what's the point in someone voting for a politician in cumbria if you live in kent? I was wondering that as a former resident of Jersey if you can vote for a representative if you are away from the island?

John
Howard - before you start accusing people of missing the point, you should atleast understand why deputy elections aren't Island wide! - you are picking people to represent your parish in the states... therefore it should not be up to someone in St Ouens to say who they'd like to see in St Saviour or wherever. Therefore it should not be an Island wide vote for the deputy elections...I'll admit it can be annoying to see certain people get in when there's nothing i can do about it - but it definitely should not be Island wide voting!

howard
You Are all missing the point,they should all be an Island wide vote!

John
Yes, but i think you have slightly missed the point. They may have got 7000 votes but that is not the majority of voters - and how many of those were as a 6th choice to keep out the idiots? I also think it is often better to start out as a deputy - if your good you get well known for a good reason and can then have a good chance in the senatorial elections. Otherwise you can vote someone in as a senator who you don't really know and that is far more dangerous!The worst thing for me is there is nothing that i can do about candidates in other parishes - where it is blatantly obvious they will get in comfortably when no other parish majority would vote for them. Manipulating small people's minds with promises of lower taxes and scrapping GST... it's those people who will finish off Jersey...

Paul Johnson
John, your comments seem quite baffling. Those unsuccessful candidates at the Senatorial Elections got more votes islandwide than the candidates that did not stand. If someone got 7000 votes, but did not get elected, that is still 7000 people that want him in the States.I think it should be compulsory for anyone who wants to become deputy to run as Senator first - if he really wants to serve the island there is no reason not to.

John
It all seems quite worrying yet again! Some good strong candidates in certain parishes which would be of excellent value to the States - but a large ammount of idiots to go with them.Particularly worried about the urban parishes and districts as many of the senetorial rejects will be going for second best - seems they don't understand why they were rejected - however, it's not in the hands of the whole island which makes the danger a complete possibility!

Matt C
Can't believe there out trying to get our votes. Message at 0915 from on nominee and the reason i didn't answer. The fact I work shifts and prefer not to be disturbed. Do they have no consideration!!!!1

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