One of islanders' favourite parts of election season - and candidates' least favourite - is here.
It's time for hustings - the opportunity to grill each candidate on how they will work for YOU, if elected.
This year, there'll be grilling opportunities both online and offline. Here's when and where you can get involved...
St. Martin (uncontested)
St. John (uncontested)
St. Lawrence (contested)
St. Mary (contested)
St. Peter (uncontested)
St. Ouen (uncontested)
On Monday 30 May, Jersey Zoo is hosting a "green hustings" chaired by Durrell CEO Dr Lesley Dickie where members of the public will have the opportunity to meet Jersey's Deputy candidates and assess their knowledge and potential ability to deliver on green policies.
Candidates will be asked environmental and sustainability-related questions, so they can put forward their position on the environment and help islanders make informed decisions and vote for an Assembly that is committed to shaping a sustainable Island.
It will be taking place from 18:00 to 21:00 in the Durrell Discovery Centre at Jersey Zoo, but islanders will also be able to watch online.
Find out more here.
The Jersey Youth Parliament and Jersey Youth Service have partnered up to deliver hustings for young people:
St. Brelade: Tuesday 31 May at 19:00, St. Brelade's Youth Project
St. Helier North: Thursday 9 June at 19:00, First Tower Youth Project
St. Ouen, St. Mary, St. Peter: Monday 13 June at 19:00, St. Peter's Youth Project.
St. John, St. Lawrence, Trinity: Wednesday 15 June at 19:00, Trinity Youth Project
St Helier Central and South: Thursday 16 June at 19:00, Youth Arts Jersey at St. James' Centre.
Family Nursing and Home Care (FNHC) are inviting all candidates to take part in a 'Community Health Hustings' "to facilitate discussions in relation to the future of community care in Jersey, enabling members of the community and prospective election candidates to share their views and intentions in this regard."
"We understand that this care needs to be sustainable and sustainably financed and that we need to deliver the greatest good for the greatest number of people. We want to provide a platform to communicate the voice of islanders in this regard and to provide an opportunity for those who wish to stand as our future elected representatives to share their views and plans in relation to Community Health in the event that they are elected," they said.
The session will follow the traditional hustings format with all of the community welcome to attend.
It is taking place on Monday 6 June at 17:30 in Highlands College Great Hall.
The teaching unions and public service unions (NAHT; NASUWT; NEU; Prospect; Unite) are inviting all candidates to take part in an Education Hustings on 20 June. For those up for election, there will be the opportunity to speak about the unions' key educational priorities:
The event will be held at d’Auvergne Primary School in St. Helier, 20 June at 18:30.
Jersey's key business lobby group, the Chamber of Commerce, is holding a series of online hustings for Chamber members between Monday 6 June and Wednesday 15 June.
Members will get the opportunity to hear from each of the different manifestos in each of the constituencies and ask questions during a 1.5 hour hustings, starting with a two-minute introduction from each candidate.
While only Members will be allowed to take part, videos will later be added to Chamber's YouTube page.
The first, at 09:00 on Monday 6 June, will be for St. Saviour.
Previous online hustings can be watched HERE.
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