Most Guernsey parish elections to be uncontested
Just 13 of the 43 Guernsey parish posts up for election in November are to be contested.
All other elections, for douzeniers, constables, procureur of the poor and school committees, have the same number of nominees as seats.
Eleven douzenier posts and two seats on Les Beaucamps High School Committee will be decided on 2 November.
The contested elections are due to be discussed at the parish meetings of the Castel, St Peter Port and St Saviour.
The elections will either be decided at those meetings or a polling date will be set.
Castel douzeniers (three seats): John Ashby, David Chester, Beverley Holliday and Tony Luscombe.
St Peter Port douzeniers (five seats): Alan Fisher, Robert Grant, Richard Lord, Lester Queripel, Jenny Tasker and Peter Wilson.
St Saviour douzeniers (three seats): Jeffrey Brache, Mark de Garis, Edward Higgins and Elizabeth Pirouet-Douglas.
Castel representatives on Les Beaucamps High School Committee (two seats): Jonathan Beausire, Beverley Holliday and Christopher Le Page.
Castel constable Robert Falla and Castel Primary School Committee members Jonathan Beausire, Andrew Duquemin, Paul Ferdenzi and Kevin Walsh.
Forest douzeniers Susan Ephgrave, David Gorvel and Pierre Paul.
St Andrew constable Jonathan Barrett and douzeniers Nicholas Barton, Stephen Harvey and Alasdair McLaren.
Also Les Beaucamps High School Committee member Godfray Guilbert and St Andrew's Primary School Committee members Richard Best, John Domaille, Peter Jones and Brian Rumens.
St Martin douzeniers Russell Clarke, Richard Strappini and Gerald Tattersall.
St Peter Port procureur of the poor Richard Barneby.
St Pierre du Bois constable Francis Jeffery and douzeniers Gloria Dudley-Owen, Shane Langlois and Peter Martel.
St Sampson douzeniers David Corson, John Foster, Thomas Oliver (all to serve four years), Philip de Carteret and Valerie Scowen (both to serve two years).
St Saviour constable Peter Moffatt and La Hougette School Committee member Helen Bonner-Morgan.
Torteval constable Peter Ferguson anddouzeniers Gary Cook, Daniel de Garis de Lisle, Christopher Tostevin.
Vale constable Colin Bond, douzeniers Brian de Jersey, Andre Goubert, Jeremy Smithies and Tony Spruce and St Sampson's High School Committee member Jane Mahy.