Three out of four seats in St Helier South have been won by Reform Jersey party members - while Ministers Judy Martin and Russell Labey have lost their seats.
This was all of the candidates that Reform put forward in this district.
Party Leader, Sam Mézec, was elected as Deputy alongside fellow Reform Jersey members Tom Coles and Beatriz Porée.
Pictured: Beatriz Porée is the first black candidate elected to the States Assembly.
The fourth Deputy seat was won by David Warr, an independent candidate who has aligned himself with the Better Way movement.
Tom Coles (Reform Jersey) - 713
Chris Hopkins - 247
Angela Jeune (JLC-Progress) - 277
Russell Labey - 591
Nick Le Cornu - 418
Jo Luce (Jersey Alliance) - 220
Bernie Manning - 276
Judy Martin - 496
Sam Mézec (Party leader, Reform Jersey) - 955
Beatriz Porée (Reform Jersey) - 679
David Warr (Better Way movement) - 616
Votes cast - 1139
Votes spoilt - 22
Turnout - 34.61%
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