Elections tomorrow, across Kent, Essex, and Sussex, could go into the record books. Some experts believe it could be the lowest turnout ever in electoral history.
And yet - it's for the men and women who will oversee our police forces - the Police & Crime Commissioners. Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby reports from Sussex on what's been called "the invisible election".
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