Tuesday 23 August 2011

First Blog

Welcome to my election Blog, I hope to keep you updated during the weeks leading to the election on Wednesday 19th October.

Having declared that I will be seeking re-election now is the time for preparation which includes drafting my election leaflet and calling on my Proposer and 9 Seconders to sign my Nomination paper.

The Nomination Meeting will be held at St Martin’s Public Hall on Wednesday 7th September at 730pm. The meeting will also include the nomination for the position of Vingtenier and  for Connétable where at present only Michel Le Troquer has indicated his intention to stand.

If you have not yet registered to vote please remember that your registration form must be returned to the Public Hall by on Monday 5th September. The forms are available for collection at St Martin’s Public Hall and other Parish Halls. However should you require a form please email me at b.hill@gov.je and I will forward you a copy.

It is worth visiting   http://www.vote.je/ which provides valuable election information.


  1. Great to see you are blogging deputy Hill and look forward to reading your posts.

  2. You are one of the extremely few good guys who's work ethic is exemplary. So glad you are standing and hope you get re-elected.

  3. Deputy.

    Nice to see you Blogging. Have added your Blog to my Bloglist.

  4. Nice one Deputy Hill good luck with both


  5. I was very pleased to hear you are standing for re-election, I wish you all the best and hope to see you back in for a few more years at least.

  6. Bob, I am so please you are standing again.

    I entirely agree with anonymous's comment...'You are one of the extremely few good guys who's work ethic is exemplary.'

    Good luck and thank you for all you hard work to date.

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  8. Great to see you blogging Bob and thank you for all your help over the last couple of years. I cannot vote for you but wish you good luck with the election.


  9. Nice to see you blogging :-) Wishing you all the best for the elections!

  10. May I add my wish that you succeed in the coming elections. As so many people above have expressed their views that you are a steady, loyal, good politician you deserve to retain your place in the 'good' house.


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