Find your polling station

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ISLANDERS registered to vote will be heading to their relevant polling stations tomorrow to select the 49 candidates who will form the next States Assembly. Polling stations will be open between 8 am and 8 pm and Islanders will have to bring a form of ID with them in order to cast their vote. A total of 14 States Members have already been elected unopposed.


The polling stations are:


*Grouville Parish Hall

St Brelade No 1

*St Brelade Parish Hall

St Brelade No 2

*Communicare Centre

St Clement


*St Clement Parish Hall

St Helier No 1

*St Helier Town Hall

St Helier No 2


*Springfield Stadium

St Helier No 3

*Rouge Bouillon School

St Helier No 4

*First Tower School

St John

*St John Parish Hall

St Lawrence

*St Lawrence Parish Hall

St Martin

*St Martin Parish Hall

St Mary

*St Mary Parish Hall

St Ouen

*St Ouen Parish Hall

St Peter

*St Peter Parish Hall

St Saviour No 1

*Georgetown Methodist Church Hall

St Saviour No 2

*St Saviour Parish Hall

St Saviour No 3

*Maufant Youth Centre


*Trinity Parish Hall

Members elected unopposed:

Grouville Constable John Le Maistre; Grouville Deputy Carolyn Labey; St Brelade Constable-elect Mike Jackson; St Brelade No 1 Deputy-elect John Young; St Clement Constable Len Norman; St Helier Constable Simon Crowcroft; St John Constable Chris Taylor; St Lawrence Constable Deidre Mezbourian; St Martin Constable-elect Karen Shenton-Stone; St Martin Deputy Steve Luce; St Ouen Constable-elect Richard Buchanan; St Peter Constable-elect Richard Vibert; St Saviour Constable Sadie Le Sueur-Rennard; Trinity Constable Philip Le Sueur.


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