Almost a third of voters turned out for the local county council elections held across Cumbria yesterday (2nd May).
Turnout figures show that 32.1% attended the polling stations across the county.
South Laklenad came out on top with 39.8% of people in the district voting, closely followed by Allerdale (34.4%), and Eden (32.4%).
Turnout in Carlisle was 30.6% and in Copeland it was 27.2%.
The latest results for the Cumbria county council elections.
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