A hearing is due to be held in Jersey today to find out whether an error made by the Town Hall during the elections was a technical mistake or if it is serious enough to call for a new election.
All the six candidates who ran in St Helier Number One will be expected to make statements as well as the Constable of St Helier, Simon Crowcroft and the Attorney General.
The Royal Court will also set a date for the next hearing.
Jersey's Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst will reveal his preferred choices for ministerial jobs today, ahead of States vote on Thursday.
The positions aren't up to him, however and will need to be passed by vote in the States Chamber on Thursday.
There could be a complete re-run of the election in St Helier's No 1 district over what two losing candidates are calling "irregularities and manipulations".
It follows the revelation that the paperwork of one of the winners, Scott Wickenden, wasn't properly completed.
Today Deputy Nick Le Cornu, who's set to leave the States on Monday when the island's election victors are sworn in, and fellow candidate Gino Risoli, presented their case to the Royal Court.
They used the occasion to flag up wider concerns about the whole General Election, comparing them to anomalies you would expect to find in Russia or Ukraine.
In a joint statement released by Deputy Le Cornu and Mr Risoli they said, “Of particular concern to us is that Scott Wickenden was allowed to stand as a candidate and end up being elected a Deputy in District No.1, when his nomination form was defective by virtue of not having 9 seconders, all capable of voting for him in that election.
Two men, who failed to win seats in Jersey's government are challenging the General Election - saying it's been marred by 'high levels of electoral irregularities and manipulations'.
Deputy Nick Le Cornu and Gino Risoli both failed to get enough votes in St Helier District 1 on October 15th and will today ask the Royal Court to declare it void and call a new election.
It's been claimed that one of ten signatories on Deputy-elect Scott Wickenden's nomination paper lives in St Helier District No.2, not District No.1 where he was elected.
In a statement, sent to the media this morning, Deputy Le Cornu said he was fulfilling his mandate as Deputy by challenging the way things have been done in the past.
Outgoing Senator Sarah Ferguson has failed to secure a seat in Jersey's new government despite a recount.
There were a few marginal changes after the recount, but not enough for her to beat Senator Philip Ozouf to the 8th senatorial seat.
Originally in the election, Sarah Ferguson had 9,800 votes. In the recount, she has 9,809.
Philip Ozouf had 10,062. After the recount, he has 10,080 - a difference of 12 votes, increasing the gap between himself and Ferguson and securing his position as Senator for another term in the states.
More than one hundred people in Jersey are conducting a re-count of the islandwide Senatorial votes today.
It is since Senator Sarah Ferguson contested the result which saw her lose her job in the States.
There were just 262 votes between her and Treasury Minister Philip Ozouf who came 8th in the poll.
The recount is taking place in the St Helier Town Hall from 9.30am.
The recount of the Senatorial votes from last week's General Election will take place this Saturday.
It was requested by Senator Sarah Ferguson who lost her seat in government by 262 votes.
Jersey's Treasury Minister has responded to calls for an election recount by praising the work of Jurats and Parish Officials.