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Voter Info Hub for parish elections

 

Most parishes held their elections at their parish meetings on Wednesday 3 November 2021.  Election results.

But St Peter Port and St Martin voted to ‘defer’ their elections so that everyone on the electoral roll in the parish could vote at a polling station, if they wished.

Their new election date was Wednesday 17 November 2021.  Deferred election results.

 

Candidates

 

Choose your parish below for all your candidate’s contact details, campaign materials and social media:

St Peter Port

St Martin

 

Voting and polling stations

 
St Peter Port polling stations

The Constables’ Office in Lefebvre Street (open from 10am to 8pm).

Reception at Beau Sejour (open from 10am to 8pm).

St Martin’s polling station

St Martin’s Parish Hall (open from 8am to 8pm). Map and access guide.

It is not possible to postal vote in a parish election. If you live in St Peter Port or St Martin, you must go to a designated polling station in your parish on Wednesday 17 November 2021 during the opening hours listed above.

Polling station officials will check that you are on the electoral roll and give you a ballot paper to fill out in a private booth. You’ll put the completed ballot paper in a secure ballot box to be counted when the polling station closes. The results will be announced at the end of the count.

If you are not currently on the electoral roll, it is too late to be included for this election. But fill in the form now to make sure you can vote next year. To check whether you are on the roll, email elections@gov.gg.

Want to find out more about how elections work? You could volunteer for a two hour stint at a St Peter Port polling station.

 

Additional information

 
What do Douzeniers and Constables do?
 

Events

 
St Peter Port

St Peter Port Constables hosted a ‘Meet the Candidates’ Drop-In Session on Saturday 13 November 2021 from 10am to 12 noon at the Constables Office in Lefebvre Street.

St Martin

No ‘Meet the Candidates’ events announced.

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Miriam Makeba - South Africa

Nominated by: Christine James

Zenzile Miriam Makeba (1932 to 2008), nicknamed Mama Africa, was a South African singer, songwriter, actress, United Nations goodwill ambassador, and civil rights activist. Associated with musical genres including Afropop, jazz, and world music, she was an advocate against apartheid and white-minority government in South Africa. In 2020 she was named one of Time magazine’s 100 women of the century. 

South Africa is ranked 12th in the world for percentage of women in national parliament: 45.8% (source: data.ipu.org) 

Are you from South Africa? Please email hello@womeninpubliclife.gg if there is a social or cultural group for people from South Africa in Guernsey.

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The original image “The Hague Jazz 2008 – Miriam Makeba” by Haags Uitburo is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0. 

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Jacinda Ardern - New Zealand

Nominated by: Martin Lock

Jacinda Ardern (born 1980) has served as prime minister of New Zealand and leader of the Labour Party since 2017. In 2019, she led the country through the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque shootings, rapidly introducing strict gun laws in response, and throughout 2020 she directed the country’s widely praised response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ardern was the world’s second elected head of government to give birth in office when her daughter was born in 2018. ‘An inspiring Prime Minister who brought a nation together with true leadership, empathy and compassion.’

New Zealand is ranked 4th in the world for percentage of women in national parliament: 48.3% (source: data.ipu.org) 

Other iconic women: Dame Whina Cooper, nominated by Claire Fisher, and Kate Sheppard, nominated by Anna Cooper.

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