Fewer islanders are registered to vote in this year's election compared to the last one in 2018.
60,701 people can have a say on who forms the next States Assembly.
Four years ago, 62,123 were able to vote.
Election organisers say this reflects a reduction in the population size since 2018.
The latest census shows that 103,267 residents were living in Jersey. It was estimated that around 106,800 people were living in Jersey in 2018.
St Mary is the parish with the highest percentage of registered voters. Of those who can vote, 96.49% are registered.
St Helier has the lowest percentage of registered voters per population at 59.83%.
96 people who had wanted to register to vote left it too late. Their applications were submitted after the midday deadline on Wednesday 15 June, so they can't be added to the supplementary register for this year's election.
They have been added to the electoral register for future elections.
Jersey Post is urging voters to check which constituency they're living in.
It's after reports of the wrong manifesto booklets being delivered to some homes in the island.
Islanders have between 8am and 8pm tomorrow (22 June) to cast their votes at their local polling station. You can find yours here.
After the 8pm deadline, the votes will be counted and the results will be announced. The locations of the declarations will be:
- Constable of Grouville - Grouville Parish Hall
- Constable of St Martin - St Martin's Parish Hall
- Deputies of Grouville and St Martin - Grouville Parish Hall
- Constable of St John - St John's Parish Hall
- Constable of St Lawrence - St Lawrence Parish Hall
- Constable of Trinity - Trinity Parish Hall
- Deputies of St John, St Lawrence and Trinity - Trinity Parish Hall
- Constable of St Clement - St Clement's Parish Hall
- Deputies of St Clement - St Clement's Parish Hall
- Constable of St Brelade - Communicare
- Deputies of St Brelade - Communicare
- Constable of St Mary - St Mary's Parish Hall
- Constable of St Ouen - St Ouen's Parish Hall
- Constable of St Peter - St Peter's Parish Hall
- Deputies of St Mary, St Ouen and St Peter - St Peter's Parish Hall
- Constable of St Saviour - St Saviour's Parish Hall
- Deputies of St Saviour - St Saviour's Parish Hall
- Constable of St Helier - St Helier Town Hall
- Deputies of St Helier South - St Helier Town Hall
- Deputies of St Helier Central - Springfield Stadium
- Deputies of St Helier North - The Badminton Centre, La Pouqelaye
"With polls opening in less than 24 hours, we want to remind Islanders that they can cast their vote between 8am and 8pm at their local polling station, the precise location of which can be easily checked by entering in your postcode to our constituency finder on Vote.je.
As soon as the deadline to vote closes at 8pm, the count will begin. Keep an eye on Vote.je and social media channels, where the results of the elected candidates will be announced." -Jenny O'Brien, Head of Digital and Public Engagement.