The members of a panel - that will decide which campaign groups will be given official status and taxpayers' money ahead of Guernsey's first referendum in October - have been suggested.
Former bailiff Sir de Vic Carey, Jurat Stephen Jones and Graham Daldry, the Creative Director of Specsavers, have been put forward by the States Assembly and Constitution Committee.
The referendum will consider options for electoral reform including island-wide voting and a mixture of island-wide and district or parish based elections.
There are five options due to be considered in the vote on 10 October and the official campaign group is entitled to a £5,000 grant as part of the campaign for their preferred option.
There can only be one official campaign group for each of the options.
- Option A: One island-wide district, elections held every four years. All 38 deputies elected at same time
- Option B: Seven electoral districts, elections every four years. Each district elects five or six deputies
- Option C: One island-wide district to elect 10 island-wide deputies and seven districts to elect remaining 28. Elections every four years with island-wide held before district
- Option D: Four electoral districts, with elections every four years. Each district elects nine, 10 or 11 deputies
- Option E: One island-wide district with successful candidates serving six years. Elections held every two years for a third of deputies so 12 or 13 elected each time