The poor turnout could spell the end of the new law which made the vote a full parish election.
Under the new law, instead of Procureurs being elected at a parish assembly, a full election between noon and 8 pm took place.
Of the 15,400 entitled to vote just 350 turned out.
Sitting Procureur Clive Barton was re-elected for a third term and former parish greffier Patrick Freeley won the other seat vacated by Stewart Mourant.
Mr Barton received 247 votes, Mr Freeley 239, and the other candidate Peter Pearce had 104.
St Helier Constable Simon Crowcroft opted for four polling stations because he said that, as it was a full election, parishioners would expect to be able to vote at their local depot.