ISLANDERS voted 22 new faces into the States yesterday and in the process ousted 12 sitting deputies. Deputy chief minister and Public Services minister Bernard Flouquet, who polled just 778 votes in losing his seat in the Castel, was the highest profile casualty in a night that saw the highest turnaround yet under the system of government introduced in 2004. Turnouts were up on 2008 – with an average of 70.8% across the districts.
Chief Minister Lyndon Trott only just survived in St Sampson’s by taking the sixth seat and is willing to stand for the top job again.
- Today's Press includes a free 20 page election supplement containing the full results and reaction from around the island.
- This page has links to our online results for each district.