We currently have four candidates that have now declared with more announcing over the coming weeks as we get closer to the election date.


Click on your district to see the Candidates committed to working together in a Better Way:

District 1 - St Mary, St Ouen & St  Peter

District 6 - St Helier South 

District 7 - St Saviour

District 8 - St Clement

Supporting Team

 

DISTRICT 1 - ST MARY, ST OUEN & ST PETER

Better Way Independents in your District

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KRISTINA MOORE

Former journalist and a states member since 2011, Kristina is currently a Senator and will stand for re-election in district 1.


Currently the President of the Scrutiny Liaison Committee, Kristina has previously served as Home Affairs Minister (2014-2018) & Chair of the Health, Social Security & Housing Scrutiny Panel (2011-2014)

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LUCY STEPHENSON

Assistant editor at the Jersey Evening Post, Lucy is currently on maternity leave and would resign from her job if elected. She is standing in District 1 and passionately believes in the need for greater diversity in the States Assembly. She is a founding governor of infertility charity Tiny Seeds, is one half of the team behind Genuine Jersey gifts and events styling business All About Love and during the pandemic set up the St Ouen, Jersey - residents Facebook page, which now has more than 2,300 members.

 

DISTRICT 6 - ST HELIER SOUTH

Better Way Independents in your District

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DAVID WARR

I’m the owner of Cooper & Co. a locally owned family run business that consists of 3 cafes, a shop, on-line presence and major wholesale operation.


I have been running the business for the past 30 years, I’m married to Pam and have 2 grown up sons both of whom are currently working in London.

 

DISTRICT 7 - ST SAVIOUR

Better Way Independents in your District

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SUZANNE WEBB

Suzanne is standing in her home Parish of St Saviour.   


Her background is in further education for 16 to 18-year-olds and she held a management position in Uxbridge College, London, responsible for overseeing OFSTED inspections, as well as teaching in Spanish Universities and Highlands College. 


She passionately believes in the need for greater diversity in the States Assembly and would love to be a part of the next assembly in finalising local issues which have remained unresolved for years. 


Suzanne did not want to be part of a political party with the restraints that entails but welcomed the opportunity of joining A Better Way 2022 – where candidates can maintain their independence but be part of a group of likeminded individuals working together.  

 

DISTRICT 8 - ST CLEMENT

Better Way Independents in your District

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ALEX CURTIS

Alex is currently a Data Scientist at Microsoft.

He is the founder of and distiller at La Cote Distillery, which produces "Genuine Jersey" artisanal spirits. Alex has been interested in politics for a number of years.


He is passionate about making Jersey a sustainable island that offers and supports meaningful work and opportunities for islanders.


Alex is standing in his family parish of St. Clement where he hopes to engage with all parishioners in shaping our future.

 

SUPPORTING TEAM

Not everyone can stand but we have an ever growing team of supporters who want to actively encourage and support Independent Candidates that share the key Principles adopted by Better Way 2022.

 
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WANT TO JOIN US IN SUPPORTING BETTER WAY 2022?

Marissa Warren

Having returned to the island after a number of years working in London, Marisa felt passionately that she wanted to be involved in a positive way with the upcoming election. 


Not being ready to stand herself, and not feeling like she could align with any one party’s way of thinking, she looked to find people who shared her values of being able to retain independence of thought but working in collaboration with others.


She likes nothing more than walking along the beach or cliff paths enjoying what makes Jersey (in her eyes) such a beautiful place to call home.


Robert Surcouf

Robert is an accountant running a risk and enterprise management business and is married with two school aged children and is active in his Parish as one of the two Procurer du Bien Public.


Whilst not able to stand due to his current commitments he strongly believes in the importance of independents and is keen to help support Independents that are committed to a more positive form of Government for all in our community without being tied to one common political ideology.

Toni Roberts

Toni managed the fiduciary business of an international bank in Jersey travelling extensively to meet with clients in the Americas, Europe and Asia and has also worked with local charities and as a Jersey Overseas Aid Commissioner leading a number of JOA working parties.


The upcoming election, in Toni's view,  is very important because of external issues which may affect the Island and local issues which have remained unresolved for a number of years.