Select your district from the links below to view the candidates and where they stand on cannabis reform:
From our interactions with Jersey's political parties during our campaign, we understand their stance on cannabis reform to be as follows:
|Jersey Liberal Conservatives||Receptive|
Of the 49 newly elected States Members, the 10 members of the Reform Jersey party are supportive of decriminalising cannabis, as stated in their party manifesto. We are confident that a further 24 States Members are receptive to undertaking a progressive approach to cannabis, while 1 is opposed to cannabis reform. The stances of the remaining 14 States Members were unknown at the time of the elections.
92 candidates stood for election – 76 for Deputy and 16 for Constable.
37 candidates were members of a political party and 55 stood independently. 36 acting States Members sought re-election.
End Cannabis Prohibition Jersey engaged with 55 candidates and met with 24 of them – including all 4 of the political parties.
Cannabis was mentioned in the manifestos of 2 of the candidates and 1 of the political parties.
We believe that 14 candidates are supportive of either decriminalising or legalising cannabis, 55 are receptive to a progressive approach, and 2 are opposed to cannabis reform based upon our interactions, their party allegiances or recent public statements. The opinions of the remaining 21 candidates are unknown.