The next General Election is due to be held in October 2020.
All Election 2020 information, can be found here: www.election2020.gg
- Following the October 2018 referendum on Island-wide voting the 2020 General Election will class the whole Island as one electoral district. This means electors will have a greater choice of candidates to consider. It also means there will be some changes to how the election is run. All Election 2020 information can be found here: www.election2020.gg
- The Electoral Roll for the 2020 General Election has now closed.
- In the 2020 General Election each voter will be able to select up to 38 candidates on the ballot paper. This can be done either in person at a designated polling station or at home by opting for a postal vote. It is likely that polling stations will be open for more than one day. Full details on how and where to vote are available at: www.election2020.gg
- In Guernsey, the details on the Electoral Roll are not supplied to credit reference agencies. To prove that you are on the Electoral Roll, you may request confirmation of your registration from the Electoral Roll Office by completing the form available for download on this page.
Results of the election on 27th April 2016