Former Bailiff Sir Philip Bailhache is returning to the States Assembly as Deputy of St. Clement, alongside independent candidates Alex Curtis, Barbara Ward, and Karen Wilson.
Sir Philip Bailhache and Sir Mark Boleat, party leaders of the Jersey Liberal Conservatives and the Jersey Alliance party respectively, were both running for election in St. Clement.
However, out of the two of them, only Sir Philip Bailhache was successful in getting elected. Sir Mark Boleat received the lowest number of votes in this constituency.
Deputy Lindsay Ash, also of the Jersey Alliance alongside Sir Mark, lost his seat.
The three other elected deputies are independent candidates, with Alex Curtis aligning himself with the Better Way movement.
The results were announced following a recount.
Ken Addison (Reform Jersey) - 929
Lindsay Ash (Jersey Alliance) - 779
Sir Philip Bailhache (Party leader, JLC - JLC-Progress) - 1251
Sir Mark Boleat (Party leader, Jersey Alliance) - 721
Alex Curtis (Better Way movement) - 1485
Barbara Ward - 1415
Karen Wilson - 979
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