Just waking up and catching up on a night of election drama? Here's what you need to know...
- Deputy Tracey Vallois topped the island-wide senatorial poll. She got 15,518 votes, more than 10% of all votes cast
- It's the first time two women have occupied the top two spots, with Home Affairs Minister Kristina Moore second with 15,292 votes
- Jersey's Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst, has kept his seat as a senior politician. He got the sixth highest number of votes, with just under 8% of the island-wide vote
- The island's only political party, Reform Jersey, increased their number of seats from three to five, including a clean sweep in St Helier two
- Party Chairman Sam Mezec was elected a senator in the eighth and final seat, sealing the place in dramatic fashion as he won the final St Helier poll to pip Moz Scott by just 123 votes
- The three St Helier deputies who advertised themselves as a "team" were all re-elected