Guernsey Election 2020
How To Vote
The way islanders elect our Deputies has changed since 2016.
This year, there are no districts and 38 politicians will be elected to represent the whole island.
Registering to vote
To cast your vote, you need to make sure your name is on the Electoral Roll by 30th April 2020. You can do this online or by filling out a household registration form sent to every home in Guernsey.
You will need to register again for 2020, even if you were able to vote in previous elections.
Casting your vote
Islanders will go to the polls over four days. Votes can be cast between 8am and 8pm on Saturday 13th, Sunday 14th, Tuesday 16th or Wednesday 17th June 2020.
A 'super-polling station' will be open at Beau Sejour for all islanders registered to vote, as well as 14 polling stations in the parishes.
Find your nearest one by clicking on your parish:
You can also apply for a postal vote, where your ballot paper will be sent out to you ahead of polling days. These can be posted back, or handed in to any polling station on the days.
Find out more
All the information you need about the island's upcoming election can be found on the States of Guernsey's dedicated website - Election2020.gg.