It turns out Nottingham City doesn't want a Mayor.
It was a low turn out - just less than 24 percent - but of the of the nearly 50 thousand people who did vote the 'No' campaign was victorious by 57 percent to to 43 percent.
David Cameron's dream of elected mayors in Britain's major cities looks to be in tatters after the the idea was rejected in referendums.
People in Nottingham, Coventry and Birmingham will this week get the chance to decide whether they want mayors to lead their cities.
Liam Byrne the Birmingham Hodge Hill MP is to resign from the shadow cabinet to stand for mayor in Birmingham.