Len Norman

Connétable, St. Clement

Minister for Home Affairs



First elected to the States on 17th June 1983 as Deputy of St Clement. Re-elected as Deputy of St Clement in 1987, 1990 and 1993. Elected as Senator in 1996 and re-elected on 12th December 2002. Sworn in as Connétable of St Clement on 8th December 2008 and re-elected in 2011, 2014 and 2018.


L'Abri
La Rue du Hocq
St Clement
Jersey
JE2 6LF

Voting summary

How is this calculated?

Connétable Len Norman voted pour, contre, or abstained for 632 of 785 votes (80.5%) in the States Chamber. The average voting record for politicians is 88.5%.

This voting record is ranked 43rd of 49 politicians.

Their voting breakdown for votes other than pour, contre, or abstained: Not present (14.3%), Ill (2.9%), Excused (2.3%)

Voting Record Definitions

At the start of each meeting of the states there is a roll call. Each members voting record can be broken down into those times where they were present for the roll call, and those where they were not.

Member present

Pour: Voted for the proposition
Contre: Voted against the proposition
Abstained: Chose to abstain from voting
Declared an Interest: Did not vote due to declaring a conflict of interest
Not Present: Did not vote on the proposition

Member not present

Ill: Did not vote due to illness
Out of Island: Did not vote due to being out of the island on States business
Excused: Did not vote for a valid reason, E.g. hospital appointment
En Defaut: Were not present for the vote and did not have a valid reason

Voting patterns

Name Percent voted the same way Sample Size
Ian Gorst * 92.2% 459
Lyndon Farnham * 92.5% 597
Sarah Ferguson 87.8% 451
John Le Fondré * 93.8% 516
Tracey Vallois * 86.3% 505
Kristina Moore 77.5% 568
Steve Pallett * 86.7% 548
Sam Mézec * 74.6% 591
Simon Crowcroft 84.1% 555
Deidre Mezbourian 84.3% 530
Sadie Le Sueur-Rennard 79.6% 490
Mike Jackson 83.7% 595
John Le Maistre 86.9% 548
Philip Le Sueur 88.2% 558
Richard Vibert 84.0% 551
John Le Bailly 87.2% 537
Richard Buchanan * 90.8% 595
Karen Shenton-Stone 82.4% 591
Judy Martin * 92.7% 550
Geoffrey Southern * 64.9% 461
Carolyn Labey * 91.3% 572
Kevin Lewis * 93.7% 618
Montfort Tadier * 67.7% 535
Mike Higgins 74.3% 534
Jeremy Maçon * 88.0% 576
Susie Pinel * 94.5% 584
Stephen Luce 87.0% 563
Richard Renouf * 92.4% 590
Louise Doublet 75.5% 568
Russell Labey 86.2% 572
Scott Wickenden 88.0% 548
David Johnson 89.9% 566
Graham Truscott 91.9% 615
John Young * 85.7% 565
Lindsay Ash * 91.4% 624
Kirsten Morel 79.2% 587
Gregory Guida * 92.2% 606
Rowland Huelin 91.5% 620
Hugh Raymond * 93.8% 564
Trevor Pointon 78.0% 599
Mary Le Hegarat 82.8% 580
Steve Ahier 83.8% 631
Jess Perchard 74.6% 480
Robert Ward 71.5% 599
Carina Alves 72.3% 592
Kevin Pamplin 78.4% 616
Inna Gardiner 79.9% 531
Andy Jehan 78.3% 23

* Holds a ministerial position

All voting data

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