HERTFORDSHIRE PCC ELECTION (Standings after first count)
David Lloyd (C) 54,686 (45.89%)
Sherma Batson (Lab) 34,528 (28.98%)
Christopher Townsend (LD) 16,790 (14.09%)
Marion Mason (Ukip) 13,154 (11.04%)
Eliminated: Marion Mason, Christopher Townsend
Electorate 845,253; Turnout 119,158 (14.10%)
BEDFORDSHIRE PCC ELECTION (Standings after first round of voting)
Olly Martins (Lab) 27,947 (34.03%)
Jas Parmar (C) 26,226 (31.93%)
Linda Jack (LD) 11,205 (13.64%)
Kevin Carroll (Brit Freedom) 8,675 (10.56%)
Mezanur Rashid (Ind) 8,076 (9.83%)
Eliminated: Kevin Carroll, Linda Jack, Mezanur Rashid
Electorate 462,823; Turnout 82,129 (17.75%)
It's voting day across the East today as the Police Commissioner elections are being held in each county - but it seems turn-out hasn't been high. Even in Corby, where there's a by-election to find a new MP, potential voters are finding other things to do, as Neil Bradford reports.
Some have said it's the biggest change in police accountabilty for nearly 200 years as on Thursday we all get to vote for new Police and Crime Commissioners.
Each police force will get one and they'll set crime-fighting priorities and budgets against a background of police cuts. There are four candidates standing in Suffolk.
The county has one of the smaller forces with nearly 1,200 police officers. It has a higher crime rate than either Essex or Norfolk with 61 crimes per 1,000 population. The Constabulary costs £166 each for every man, woman and child in Suffolk.