Election: Where Can I Vote?

There is exactly one week to go until election day and organisers have set out where islanders should go on Wednesday 22 June to have their say on who forms the next States Assembly.

37 Deputies and 12 Constables will be chosen to form nine new 'super constituencies'.

Each constituency has at least one polling station. For those that have more than one, parishioners can click here and enter their postcode to see which one they should go to.

St Ouen: St Ouen's Parish Hall

St Mary: St Mary's Parish Hall

St Peter: St Peter's Parish Hall

St Brelade: St Brelade's Parish Hall / Communicare

St John: St John's Parish Hall

St Lawrence: St Lawrence Parish Hall

Trinity: Trinity Youth Club

St Helier North: First Tower School / Jersey Badminton Association

St Helier Central: Springfield Stadium / Rouge Bouillon School

St Helier South: St Helier Town Hall

St Saviour: Georgetown Methodist Church / St Saviour's Parish Hall / Maufant Youth Centre

St Clement: St Clement's Parish Hall

Grouville: Grouville Parish Hall

St Martin: St Martin's Public Hall

For people who haven't yet registered to vote, the deadline is midday today (Wednesday 15 June).

Those who have registered for postal voting have to return their ballot papers in the sealed envelope to the Judicial Greffe by midday on Wednesday 22 June.

Some islanders have already voted by going to the pre-poll station at St Paul's Centre.

It's open between 8:30am and 5pm until Thursday 16 June and between 8:30am and 4pm on Friday 17 June. Photo ID is required.

'None of the Candidates' will feature on eight ballot papers for candidates standing in:

  • St Ouen
  • St Peter
  • St Brelade
  • St John
  • Trinity
  • St Saviour
  • St Clement
  • St Martin

If 'None of the Candidates' receives more votes than the standing candidate, then a by-election will be held a short time after the election.

"Election Day is just around the corner. We want to make sure that all Islanders are confident in where to go, when to go and what to expect when they vote, however they are choosing to do so.

We are delighted to share our updated constituency finder, which now shows Islanders not only which constituency they can vote in, but who their candidates are, how many seats are available and which polling station they should go to if voting in-person on 22 June.

We’d also like to remind Islanders that if they are not already, it’s not too late to use your voice to have a say in our Island’s future – simply register to vote before 12 noon (15 June)." - Jenny O'Brien, Head of Digital and Public Engagement.

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