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More parish election success

 

There were eleven seats available in the St Martin’s and St Peter Port parish elections and female candidates took four of them.

 

Zoe Lihou won her St Peter Port Constable contest by a landslide, with 350 votes to Rosie Henderson’s 90.

Odette Duerden topped the poll for St Peter Port Douzenier with 303 votes. She was also the clear choice for both Schools’ Committees.

Dr Nichola Lloyd took the fifth Douzenier place in St Peter Port with 212 votes, ahead of five other candidates.

Carla Bauer came second in the St Martin’s Douzenier election with 205 votes, polling more than two current Douzeniers, one of whom lost his seat.

 

 

Zoe has been a Douzenier for two years but Odette and Nichola are both new candidates. Carla is also new to the Douzaine but you may remember her as a St Peter Port South Deputy and Commerce and Employment Minister.

Adding Odette, Nichola and Carla to the female Douzeniers already elected two weeks ago brings the total number of new women elected to twelve out of nineteen.

Full St Peter Port and St Martin’s results.