The man in the role at the moment is Home Affairs Minister Andrew Lewis. But he’s stepping down.
Phil Rondel is looking to make his political comeback.
He was the parish’s deputy for 11 years before retiring in 2005 because of ill-health in the family.
He says he’s got a record of putting parishioners first and campaigning on their behalf.
Patrick Ryan has been a deputy for six years, representing St Helier number 1 district.
He’s decided to stand for election in St John this time.
He wants to keep the community going by not allowing over-development and re-investing in the recreation centre.
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