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Tuesday, 6 September 2011
"Who's Ya Man? - Names To Avoid Are In Black"
Nomination night for Senators in Jersey
It is nomination night for Senators in Jersey.
So far nine candidates have announced they are standing for the four places but others could come forward at the nomination meeting at the Town Hall at 7.30pm.
The nine that have announced their candidacy so far are:
Sir Philip Bailhache- former Bailiff and judge
Senator Freddie Cohen- current Senator and former Planning Minister
Advocate Rose Colley- new candidate and advocate Lyndon Farnham- former Deputy (1999-2005) and hotelier
Mark Forskitt- new candidate and environmentalist
Deputy Ian Gorst- current Deputy and Minister for Social Security
Senator Francis Le Gresley- current Senator
Darius Pearce- new candidate and town jeweller
Stuart Syvret- former Senator and Health Minister
Sitting Senators who are not seeking re-election are current Chief Minister Terry Le Sueur, Senator Ben Shenton and Senator Jim Perchard.
Senator Terry Le Main has announced he will not be standing for a senatorial seat, but will run as a candidate for Deputy of St Helier no 3.
The nomination meetings for constables and deputies will take place at parish halls across the island on Wednesday.