The results of the Jersey election 2022 have come to a close.
Twenty-eight men and twenty-one women will move forward to represent the government of Jersey.
Eleven sitting States Members lost their seats - most notably John Le Fondre, the Chief Minister.
Twenty-one members of Jersey's new government will be women, compared to 14 currently.
A total of 35 independent members were voted into government.
The Reform Jersey party have 10 members in government, compared to five in 2018.
Jersey Alliance put forward 14 members, with only one succeeding.
One Progress party member made it into the States, alongside two Jersey Liberal Conservatives members.
That's it from us.
Kevin Lewis has been elected as Constable of St Saviour, but only by a small majority.
The current deputy received 1,552 votes. The "none of the above" option received 1,446 (42% of the votes).
This is the final result of the Jersey General Election 2022.
As it heads to 03:00 BST, the final result of St Saviour Constable is still pending.
Kevin Lewis is the only islander standing for constable in this parish, standing against a "none of the above" option.
Philip Ozouf has returned to States as a St Saviour Deputy, supported by 1,000 votes.
Independent Tom Binet topped the polls with 1,541 votes.
Current members Kevin Pamplin and Jeremy Macon lost their seats.
A total of 10,748 parishioners voted, resulting in a 42.6% turnout.
The results in order were:
- Tom Binet (Independent) - 1,541
- Malcolm Ferey (Jersey Liberal Conservatives) - 1,320
- Louise Doublet (Independent) - 1,272
- Raluca Kovacs (Reform Jersey) - 1,032
- Philip Ozouf (Independent) - 1,000
- Suzanne Webb (Independent) - 946
- Sophie Walton (Progress Party) - 770
- Lee Cornick (Independent) - 693
- Jonathan Channing (Independent) - 606
- Mary O'Keeffe (Jersey Alliance) - 590
- Kevin Pamplin (Independent) - 567
- Jeremy Macon (Independent) - 411
Suzanne Webb has a 24-hour window to request a recount due to the the difference in her votes and the lowest of the successful candidates being less than 1% of the total number of votes.
Marcus Troy received 2,039 votes to retain his position as Constable in St Clement. He was first elected in July 2021.
"None of the above" received 291 votes out of the 2,330 total votes cast. Eighteen ballots were invalid.