2004 Guernsey general election

2004 Guernsey general election

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45 of the 47 seats in the States of Guernsey
Turnout65%[1]

The 2004 Guernsey general election was held on 21 April 2004 to elect 45 members of the States of Guernsey. All 45 elected members were independents.

The Elections Ordinance, 2004 [2]

There was a by-election in September 2005 to fill a vacancy in the district of St Peter Port South.

Results

Castel

Castel district[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Stuart Falla 2,219 74.2%
Independent Mark Dorey 1,875 62.7%
Independent Eric Walters (incumbent) 1,840 61.6%
Independent Jonathan Le Tocq (incumbent) 1,602 53.6%
Independent Bernard Flouquet (incumbent) 1,593 53.3%
Independent Alexander Hunter Adam (incumbent) 1,462 48.9%
Independent Thomas Le Pelley (incumbent) 1,081 36.2%
Independent Gillian Tidd 976 32.7%
Independent Michael Garrett 925 30.9%
Independent Mark Bisson 560 18.7%
Total valid votes 14,133
Rejected ballots 2
Turnout 2,989 65.3%
Registered electors 4,594

South East

South East district[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Michael Torode (incumbent) 1,902 59.9%
Independent Charles Parkinson 1,688 53.2%
Independent William Bell (incumbent) 1,526 48.1%
Independent Francis Quinn (incumbent) 1,439 45.4%
Independent Janine Le Sauvage (incumbent) 1,281 40.4%
Independent Mike O'Hara (incumbent) 1,233 38.9%
Independent Robert Gregson 1,209 38.1%
Independent John Cleal (incumbent) 1,132 35.7%
Independent Cynthia Cormack 1,027 32.4%
Independent David Gorvel 839 26.4%
Independent Aidan Matthews 804 25.3%
Independent Hugh Bougourd 687 21.7%
Independent John McQuaigue 501 15.8%
Total valid votes 15,268
Rejected ballots 0
Turnout 3,173 68.78%
Registered electors 4,619

St Peter Port North

St Peter Port North district[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Leon Gallienne (incumbent) 1,232 55.3%
Independent Jack Honeybill 1,068 48.0%
Independent Rhoderick Matthews (incumbent) 1,027 46.1%
Independent Jean Pritchard (incumbent) 982 44.1%
Independent Chris Brock 931 41.8%
Independent Wendy Morgan 820 36.8%
Independent Diane Lewis 804 36.1%
Independent John Guilbert 760 34.1%
Independent Peter Wilson 620 27.8%
Independent Barry Cash 579 26.0%
Independent Anthony Webber (incumbent) 542 24.3%
Independent Sean McManus 530 23.8%
Independent Thomas Reynolds 494 22.2%
Independent Leigh Haines 322 14.5%
Independent Philip Capper 139 6.2%
Total valid votes 10,850
Rejected ballots 0
Turnout 2,227 57.5%
Registered electors 3,873

St Peter Port South

St Peter Port South district[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Laurie Morgan (incumbent) 1,074 60.8%
Independent Brian Gabriel (incumbent) 999 56.6%
Independent John Gollop (incumbent) 974 55.2%
Independent Carla McNaulty Bauer 854 48.4%
Independent Barry Brehaut 759 43.0%
Independent Michael Burbridge (incumbent) 758 42.9%
Independent Roy Bisson (incumbent) 744 42.2%
Independent Gloria Dudley-Owen 553 31.3%
Independent Jan Kuttelwascher 468 26.5%
Independent Alan Thoume 291 16.5%
Independent Dave Allen 287 16.3%
Total valid votes 7,761
Rejected ballots 4
Turnout 1,765 59.27%
Registered electors 2,969

St Sampson

St Sampson district[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Lyndon Trott (incumbent) 1,707 60.4%
Independent Daniel Le Cheminant (incumbent) 1,669 59.0%
Independent Sam Maindonald (incumbent) 1,620 57.3%
Independent Scott Ogier 1,439 50.9%
Independent Ivan Rihoy (incumbent) 1,359 48.1%
Independent Ron Le Moignan 1,212 42.9%
Independent Michelle Levrier (incumbent) 1,120 39.6%
Independent Peter Bougourd (incumbent) 980 34.7%
Independent Harold Allen 680 24.1%
Independent Keith Tostevin 650 23.0%
Independent John O'Neill 355 12.6%
Total valid votes 12,791
Rejected ballots 6
Turnout 2,827 64.26%
Registered electors 4,405

Vale

Vale district[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent Geoff Mahy 2,277 64.7%
Independent Peter Roffey (incumbent) 2,073 58.9%
Independent David Jones (incumbent) 2,008 57.0%
Independent Mary Lowe (incumbent) 1,878 53.3%
Independent Graham Guille (incumbent) 1,796 51.0%
Independent Brian De Jersey (incumbent) 1,492 42.4%
Independent Duncan Staples 1,448 41.1%
Independent Peter Derham (incumbent) 1,302 37.0%
Independent Paul Mees 1,259 35.8%
Independent Richard Brache 1,243 35.3%
Independent Peter Leigh 581 16.5%
Total valid votes 17,357
Rejected ballots 1
Turnout 3,521 67.7%
Registered electors 5,205

West

West district[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Independent David Grut 1,860 65.2%
Independent Martin Ozanne (incumbent) 1,780 62.4%
Independent David De Lisle 1,581 55.4%
Independent Claire Le Pelley (incumbent) 1,344 47.1%
Independent Peter Sirett (incumbent) 1,239 43.4%
Independent Al Brouard 1,230 43.1%
Independent Michael Best (incumbent) 1,202 42.1%
Independent Shane Langlois 1,095 38.4%
Independent Susan Ephgrave (incumbent) 947 33.2%
Independent Ann Robilliard (incumbent) 876 30.7%
Independent Michael Bourgaize 510 17.9%
Total valid votes 13,664
Rejected ballots 3
Turnout 2,854 64%[4]
Registered electors 4,470

See also

References

  1. ^ "Election turnout of 65% – in Guernsey". Jersey Evening Post. 22 April 2004. Archived from the original on 3 September 2020. Retrieved 3 September 2020.
  2. ^ "Ordinance of the States VI 2004".
  3. ^ a b c d e f g "Election Results". States of Guernsey. Archived from the original on 21 June 2004. Retrieved 14 September 2020.
  4. ^ "Election 2008: West Results". BBC News. Archived from the original on 13 September 2020. Retrieved 13 September 2020.
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