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Elections in Guernsey gives information on election and election results in Guernsey.

Guernsey elects on national level a legislature. The Guernsey States of Deliberation consists of 45 elected members (know as Deputies)and 2 representatives of Alderney with the Bailiff (or his Deputy) acting as Presiding Officer with neither a casting nor original vote. In addition the Law Officers of the Crown are members of the States of Deliberation but they may not vote and by convention only address the assembly when answering questions or offering legal advice on matters under debate. Guernsey is a state in which political parties don't play an important role. The deputies were last elected 21 April 2004. The latest election was held on 23 April 2008 to elect the States of Deliberation.

Latest election

e • d  Summary of the 21 April 2004 States of Guernsey election results
Candidates Seats
Elected non-partisans 45
Representatives of the parish authorities 0
Representatives of the States of Alderney 2
Total 47

Past elections

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